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About Benjamin L. Huegel

Ben Huegel is an assistant professor of accounting who arrived at St. Norbert College in 2014 after earning his D.B.A. in management from St. Ambrose University. In the classroom, Ben is a student-centered professor who works to engage students with in-class experiences and challenges designed to provide growth opportunities in skill areas necessary to prepare them for successful careers in accounting. His commitment to student development and serving the accounting profession has extended beyond the classroom through the creation of a leadership- development course for accounting majors and the annual SNC accounting networking event that is held during the fall semester.

Scholarship and research interests

Ben’s research interests include human resource issues and training and development in public accounting, factors influencing student perceptions of the CPA exam, issues in accounting education, and case writing. In addition to presenting at regional and national conferences, his articles have been published in Advances in Business Research, the Journal of Contemporary Business Issues, and the Journal of Critical Incidents. Ben also enjoys engaging with the local business community to explore the applicability of new technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and robotic process automation.

Prior to coming to SNC, Ben taught at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota for 13 years. A native of Alta Vista, Iowa, he enjoys spending free time with his wife and daughter. He is an avid golfer and a fan of all sports, especially the Minnesota Twins and the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Education

B.A., Accounting, St. Mary’s University
M.A., International Business, St. Mary’s University
M.Acc., Emporia State University
D.B.A., Management, St. Ambrose University

Courses Taught

ACCT 205 Financial Accounting
ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting
ACCT 305 Accounting Information Systems
ACCT 315 Managerial Cost Accounting

About
About Benjamin L. Huegel

Ben Huegel is an assistant professor of accounting who arrived at St. Norbert College in 2014 after earning his D.B.A. in management from St. Ambrose University. In the classroom, Ben is a student-centered professor who works to engage students with in-class experiences and challenges designed to provide growth opportunities in skill areas necessary to prepare them for successful careers in accounting. His commitment to student development and serving the accounting profession has extended beyond the classroom through the creation of a leadership- development course for accounting majors and the annual SNC accounting networking event that is held during the fall semester.

Scholarship and research interests

Ben’s research interests include human resource issues and training and development in public accounting, factors influencing student perceptions of the CPA exam, issues in accounting education, and case writing. In addition to presenting at regional and national conferences, his articles have been published in Advances in Business Research, the Journal of Contemporary Business Issues, and the Journal of Critical Incidents. Ben also enjoys engaging with the local business community to explore the applicability of new technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and robotic process automation.

Prior to coming to SNC, Ben taught at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota for 13 years. A native of Alta Vista, Iowa, he enjoys spending free time with his wife and daughter. He is an avid golfer and a fan of all sports, especially the Minnesota Twins and the Iowa Hawkeyes.

Education

B.A., Accounting, St. Mary’s University
M.A., International Business, St. Mary’s University
M.Acc., Emporia State University
D.B.A., Management, St. Ambrose University

Courses
Courses Taught

ACCT 205 Financial Accounting
ACCT 206 Managerial Accounting
ACCT 305 Accounting Information Systems
ACCT 315 Managerial Cost Accounting

Benjamin L. Huegel
Benjamin L. Huegel
Assistant Professor of Business Administration - Accounting
Emailben.huegel@snc.edu
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