During my time at Michigan Ross, I taught the following courses:
ACC 471, Principles of Accounting, Winter 2022 - Lead Instructor
Course Evaluation: 4.9/5.0
FIN 302, Making Financial Decisions, Fall 2013 - Teaching Assistant (Led weekly discussion section)
Course Evaluation: 4.7/5.0
While at Michigan Ross, I had the following additional teaching experience:
ACC 555, Corporate Financial Research and Reporting, Fall 2021, 2022, 2023 - Ad hoc lecturer (Select lectures on Lease Accounting)
ACC 564, Corporate Financial Reporting, Fall 2019 - Teaching assistant
ACC 501, Accounting for Decision Making, Summer 2021, 2022 - Teaching assistant (Held weekly office hours)
ACC 300, Financial Accounting, Fall 2014 - Graduate Student Instructor (Held weekly office hours)
ACC 301, Managerial Accounting, Winter 2015 - Graduate Student Instructor (Held weekly office hours)
Select comments from ACC 471 evaluations:
What were the strengths of this course?
"Kendall Lynch. Before this course, I had absolutely no interest in Accounting at all and had to take this course for my minor. Because of her enthusiasm, positivity, and care, this class ended up being one of my favorites. The structure of the course was very accommodating and she answered all questions with respect. Thank you for an incredible semester Kendall <3"
"This is the best course that I’ve taken at UMich. Kendall is one of the best teachers I’ve ever had. Incredibly caring and good at teaching. Checks every box 10/10. Michigan Ross is lucky to have someone like Kendall teaching its courses."
"Well–organized, interactive, welcoming, and informative. I like how Kendall talked about fraud cases in real life and she always recommended out–of–class resources for students to learn more about accounting."