Chris Andrews is an Associate Professor of Instruction in the Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy, teaching courses in financial, managerial and cost accounting. She has led the accounting study-abroad trips to London and Dublin.
Andrews has been published more than 20 times, including in the Journal of Accountancy and the CPA Journal. Her research interests lie in fraud hotline effectiveness, accounting for environmental liabilities and other financial accounting issues.
Andrews has more than 25 years' experience as an educator, in addition to a previous career as a CPA. Before joining USF, she taught at Salem State University in Massachusetts, Florida Gulf Coast University and SUNY Fredonia, and received several teaching awards. She earned a Doctorate of Business Administration from Cleveland State University and an MBA and a bachelor's degree from the University of Buffalo.
- ACG 2071- Principles of Managerial Accounting
- ACG 3074 - Managerial Acc for Non-Bus Majors
- ACG 6346- Contemp Issues in Managerial Accounting
- Myers, K. and Andrews, C. (2016), "A Practitioner's Guide to the Florida Cyber Breach Notification Statute," Florida CPA Today.
- Desmarais, E. and C. Andrews, (2014), "Breakfast Hill Golf Course," Entrepreneurial Finance: Finance for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management.
- LeBlanc, B. and C. Andrews, (2014), "Retroactive Tax Planning After Windsor," The Tax Adviser (AICPA).
- LeBlanc, B. and C. Andrews, (2013), "Fraud Hotlines: Don't Miss That Call!" Journal of Accountancy. 216:2, p. 32-36.
- Andrews, C. and J. Bandyopadhyay, (2012), "Water Resources: Reporting and Contingency Disclosures," Competition Forum. 10:1, p. 231-243.
- Fernandez, D., Andrews, C. and Conrecode, J., (2012), "Reporting Contingencies: Environmental Liabilities," Journal of Business Case Studies. 8:2. p. 123-134.
- Member, Muma College of Business Graduate Program Committee, 2017-present
- Chair, Lynn Pippenger School of Accountancy Graduate Committee, 2016-present
- Member – USF Global Citizens Project, 2015-2017