Christian E. Wurst Associate Professor of Instruction Office: Alter Hall 442 Phone: Email: [email protected] Research Interests: Ubiquitous computing in the classroom, large classroom teaching techniques Wurst joined the accounting department in 1998. His current research interests include assessing the impact of ubiquitous computing in the university classroom and effective teaching methods for large sections. He coordinates the accounting 2101 courses and the Fox School Accounting Tutoring Center.
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