Dr. Sisneros joins Oklahoma State University in 2018 after holding a visiting position at University of Utah, three years as an assistant professor position at Wichita State University, and eight years at University of Colorado Denver which culminated in award of tenure and promotion to associate professor. His teaching experience includes financial and managerial accounting at the introductory and intermediate levels as well as financial statement analysis. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree summa cum laude from Metropolitan State College of Denver and a Ph.D. from Arizona State University, both with majors in Accountancy the latter with a minor in Finance. His research projects include the market valuation of accounting earnings components, earnings manipulation, and the organizational choices of distressed companies and he has been published in The Accounting Review and Advances in Accounting. Dr. Sisneros previously worked as a controller for Central City Opera House Association and the CCOHA Endowment Fund. His service to the community includes serving as a Planning Committee member for the PHD Project, as Faculty Advisor for Beta Alpha Psi- Theta Sigma Chapter at CU Denver where he was named Outstanding Faculty Advisor in 2017, as Treasurer and Chair of the Education Committee for the Wichita Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, as Executive Director for the Accounting Career Awareness Program, and as Co-chair of the Minority Affairs Committee at CU Denver. Dr. Sisneros and his wife Greta have two daughters, Sydnee and Danee. He enjoys golf, basketball, racquetball, camping and other outdoor activities.
EducationPh D, Arizona State University, Accounting, 2006
BS, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Accounting, 2000
Craig A. Sisneros, Robert Gary, Jared Moore & Bill Terando. (2016). "The Impact of Tax Rate Changes on Intercorporate Investment". Advances in Accounting. 34 (September), 55-63.
Craig A. Sisneros, Dahlia Robinson & Michael Robinson. (2012). "Board composition, outside director ownership, and bankruptcy outcomes.". Advances in Accounting. 28 (December), 270-278.
Craig A. Sisneros, Bill Cready & Tom Lopez. (2012). "Negative Special Items and Future Earnings: Expense Transfer or Real Improvements?". Accounting Review (The), 87 (July), 1165-1195.
Bill Cready, Tom Lopez & Craig A. Sisneros. (2010). "The Persistence and Market Valuation of Recurring Nonrecurring Items". Accounting Review (The), 85 (Septetember), 1577-1615.