Hired in 2003, Dr. Theresa F. Henry, CPA, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Accounting and Taxation. She teaches financial accounting, managerial accounting and intermediate accounting and has been involved in many major curriculum developments in all three courses. Dr. Henry is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of New Jersey and has experience in both public (PricewaterhouseCoopers) and private practice. Dr. Henry’s research interests include executive compensation, internal controls, financial and non-financial disclosures, and accounting education. Her works have been published in outlets including Accounting Perspectives, Bank Accounting & Finance, Research in Accounting Regulation, Journal of International Technology and Information Management, The Journal of Accountancy, and The CPA Journal. In addition, in 2011, Dr. Henry earned the Emerald Literati Outstanding Author Contribution Award for her publication, “Does Equity Compensation Induce Executives to Maximize Firm Value or Their Own Personal Wealth?” which was published in Advances in Public Interest Accounting.
- Ph.D., New York University
- Henry, Theresa F.; David P. Mest and Mona L Safar. 2019. "Pirate Wireless: Revenue Recognition in the Telecommunications Industry." Accounting Perspectives 18(1): 7-12.
- Henry, Theresa F.; David A. Rosenthal and Rob R. Weitz. 2017. "Recent Trends in Reporting Non-GAAP Income: an Example from Social Media Companies." The CPA Journal (June): 58-62.
- Henry, Theresa F. 2015. "Are Public University Executives Paid for Their Performance?" Advances in Public Interest Accounting 18: 161 – 181.
- Henry, Theresa F.; Athar Murtuza and Renee Weiss. 2015. "Accounting as an Instrument of Social Justice." Journal of Social Sciences 3 (January): 66-81.
- Henry, Theresa F.; David A. Rosenthal and Rob R. Weitz. 2014. "Limitations of Nonfinancial Metrics Reported by Social Media Companies." Journal of International Technology and Information Management 23 (3/4): 11-44.
- Henry, Theresa F.; David A. Rosenthal and Rob R. Weitz. 2014. "Socially Awkward: Social Media Companies’ Non-financial Metrics Can Send a Mixed Message." Journal of Accountancy 218(3): 52-58.