Service and the American Accounting Association are nothing new to Professor of Accounting Christopher J. Wolfe, but his role with the international accounting education, research and practice association just got bigger. Starting this August, Wolfe will serve as the AAA’s Vice President-Finance Elect, becoming a full voting member in August 2008.

Wolfe, whose research delves into judgment and decision making in relation to accounting, auditing, and systems issues, has served in a number of AAA roles including a stint on the program advisory committee and time as treasurer for the AAA Information Systems Section.

His teaching and professional interests include security in automated environments, IT audit, and the use of database/ERP technology in accounting. Wolfe’s research interests are primarily focused on judgment and decision making in relation to accounting, auditing, and systems issues.