Wallace Lockhart

Associate Professor (Accounting)
CTL Scholar

E-mail: Wallace.Lockhart@uregina.ca
Phone: 306-337-2394

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Ph.D., Interdisciplinary, University of Saskatchewan, 2007
FCMA, Society of Management Accountants of Canada, 2008
CMA, Society of Management Accountants of Alberta, 1992
MBA, University of Saskatchewan, 1990
B. Comm, University of Saskatchewan, 1982

BUS 100 Introduction to Business
BUS 285 Introduction to Financial Accounting
BUS 288 Introduction to Managerial Accounting
BUS 388 Cost Accounting

Dr. Lockhart's health systems research examines the effectiveness of regionalization, both in terms of stewardship and measurable system performance.  Stewardship research examines the perceived strengths and weaknesses of health system managers given their evolving roles as stewards and their agency relationship with provincial governments.  Health system performance indicators compare the performance of regional and provincial health systems in both process measures and the achievement of health outcomes.  These indicators are used by health systems officials as performance benchmarks and identification of performance leaders.
The scholarship of teaching and learning is emerging as a vital requirement in post-secondary education.  Dr. Lockhart's research interests include the role of online tools for student engagement, and more recently the introduction of a comprehensive long-term study of first year student experience.  This student-focused research is vital for universities as our student mix becomes more diverse - in terms of academic preparedness, maturity, cultural & linguistic differences, and student expectations.