Natalie Churyk
William F. Doyle Endowed Professor of Accountancy




  • Ph.D., University of South Carolina, Accounting
  • M.B.A., California State University - Long Beach, Finance
  • B.S., California State University - Long Beach, Accounting


Natalie T. Churyk, Ph.D., CPA is the William F. Doyle Endowed Professor of Accountancy at Northern Illinois University (NIU) and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Accounting Education. She joined NIU in 2001 after her doctoral studies and now teaches exclusively in NIU’s M.A.S. program. She developed and delivered continuing professional education in NIU’s CPA Review program until its closure in 2015. Significant service includes: editorial review board member of the Journal of Forensic & Investigative Accounting; President, AAA TLC (2016- present); Vice-President, AAA TLC 2014-2016; Past President of the AAA Midwest Region (prior acting President and Vice president); Treasurer of AAA TLC (2009 – 2013); Chair/Co-Chair – the TLC, FIA, and Midwest sections/region Membership Acquisition and Retention committees over the periods 2008-2012; and various other committee member appointments such as the AAA National Membership Committee (2011-2014 ) and AAA Regions Strategic Task Force (now known as Strategic Leader Region Committee) (2012 –present).

Her research contributes to topics in financial reporting, fraud/ethics and education. She has over 90 conference presentations and has amassed over 35 publications in professional and academic journals such as Journal of Business Research, Journal of Accounting Education, Strategic Finance, CPA Journal, Journal of Accountancy, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting and Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research. She is a co-author on three textbooks, Accounting and Auditing Research: Tools and Strategies, Mastering the FASB’s Codification and eIFRS: A Case Approach and Accounting & Auditing Research and Databases: Practitioner’s Desk Reference and past contributor (2012 - 2016) to Wiley CPA Exam Review: Financial Accounting and Reporting.

Natalie Churyk


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