Ph.D. University of Washington, 2001
BSBA University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 1988
Certified Public Accountant
At DePaul, Dr. Sedor teaches introductory and advanced auditing, an area in
which she has extensive professional experience. She is an award-winning
educator who has been recognized for teaching excellence throughout her academic
career. Dr. Sedor has been awarded the Driehaus College of Business Lawrence W.
Ryan Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching and the Quality of Instruction Council
Excellence in Teaching Awards at DePaul. Dr. Sedor has also received the Gerald
D. Paetsch Academic Advising Award in recognition of her dedication to and
mentorship of students.
Dr. Sedor’s research focuses on cognitive psychology applied in financial
reporting and disclosure contexts. She is an award-winning scholar whose
research has been published in prestigious academic journals including: The
Accounting Review, Contemporary Accounting Research, and
Behavioral Research in Accounting. Prior to joining the faculty in the
School of Accountancy & MIS, Dr. Sedor was a faculty member at the University of
Notre Dame and the University of Washington.