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Biographical Sketch
December 31, 2007
Robert E. Jensen
http://WWW.Trinity.edu/rjensen/
The above web site featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education, August
14, 1998, Page A25
On August 15, 2002, Professor Jensen received the American Accounting
Association\'s Outstanding Accounting Educator Award from the American
Accounting Association. In 2004, he received the AI/ET Section Outstanding
Educator Award for 2002-2003 Year. The AI/ET Section is the Artificial
Intelligence/Emerging Technologies Section of the American Accounting
Association. He has been an invited speaker at over 350 colleges and
universities. He has a Ph.D. in accounting from Stanford University
(1966). On May 14, 2006 he retired as the Jesse H. Jones Distinguished
Professor of Business Administration at Trinity University in San Antonio.
He was formerly the Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co. Professor of Accounting
and Department Chairman at The Florida State University (1978-82), the
Nicholas M. Salgo Professor of Accounting at the University of Maine (1968-
78), and Associate Professor at Michigan State University (1966-68). He
also worked as a CPA for Ernst & Ernst in Denver, Colorado (1959-61).
After stepping down as Department Chairman at Florida State University in
1982, he returned to full-time teaching and research at Trinity University.
He has lectured extensively both inside and outside the United States. In
November 2000 he was an invited to speak at the National Taiwan University.
In June 2001, he is invited to lecture at the Globalization of Business
Conference in Berlin. In October, he is invited to lecture on
International Accounting Issues in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In Fall of 1998
he lectured in New Zealand at the University of Canterbury, Lincoln
University and the University of Auckland. In 1993 he conducted a
multimedia lecture tour in Finland, Sweden, the U.K., and Germany, and was
the 1993/94 British Accounting Association\'s Distinguished International
Visiting Scholar. For Summer 1983, he received a Visiting Scholar Award
from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. He
conducted research seminars at the University of Waterloo. He received a
similar award for Summer 1984 from the University of Manitoba. In the
Summer of 1988, he was invited to lecture at an Advanced Studies Institute
(in Portugal) sponsored by NATO. He has lectured at the London School of
Economics, Manchester Business School, University of Lancaster, University
of Glasgow, Strathclyde University, Uppsula University, Skovide University,
South Bank University, Southampton Institute, University of Warwick, and
the North Atlantic Accounting Conference in Amsterdam. In the past decade
he has been an invited speaker at numerous universities and research
conferences, including the 1992 Nissan Summer Institute for Historically
Black Colleges. He has been an invited speaker at nearly 400 colleges and
universities.
Professor Jensen has made nearly 400 presentations on wide ranging
research topics in accounting theory and education technology. In
retirement his road shows focus especially upon education technology,
accounting for derivative financial instruments (FAS 133 and IAS 39),
accounting for intangibles and environmental contingencies, and fair value
accounting (FAS 155, 157, and 159). His longer resume is available at
http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/resume.htm
His accounting theory and other Web documents are linked at
http://www.trinity.edu/rjensen/Threads.htm
Professor Jensen has spent two years in \"think-tank\" research on the
campus of Stanford University: 1971/72 as a Fellow at the Center for
Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and 1973/74 as a Guggenheim
Fellow. He was named recipient of The University of Maine Presidential
Research Award in 1976 and in 1978 was voted Outstanding Professor by the
Graduate Business Student Association at the University of Maine. He was
also voted Outstanding Professor by the Minority Business Association at
Florida State University in 1982. His publications are mainly devoted to
research papers and monographs. A 1994 book co-authored with Petrea
Sandlin is entitled Electronic Teaching and Learning: Trends in Adapting
to Hypertext, Hypermedia, and Networks in University Accounting Education.
His first monograph was entitled Phantasmagoric Accounting published in
1977 by the American Accounting Association. Another research monograph on
futurism and assumption analysis was also funded by the American Accounting
Association. A second monograph entitled Review of Forecasts: Scaling and
Analysis of Expert Judgments Regarding Cross-Impacts of Assumptions on
Business, Forecasts and Accounting Measures appeared in 1983. In addition
to research papers, he also has two mystery novels near completion. In
August 1988, he was elected to a two-year term as Academic Vice President
of the American Accounting Association. He was the 1989/90 Vice President
of the South Texas Chapter of the Financial Executives Institute and became
its President for the 1990/91 term.
A major interest in teaching and research in recent years has been
the future of education in the electronic classroom without walls via
computer networking. He has programmed over 2,000 hours of lecture and
case material. His website has won prizes as an education portal. In 1995
he was selected for the Irwin Technology in Education Advisory Board. In
July of 1996, he was appointed to the American Accounting Association
Committee on Electronic Materials and Dissemination. In 1996, he received
the $1,000 CETA Technology in Education Award. In 1997, he received a
$41,500 software grant from Microsoft Corporation, a $5,000 Mellon
Foundation Grant, and a $1,500 research grant from Irwin Publishing
Company.

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