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2020

  • Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting, earned a Certificate of Completion from Institute of Management Accountants and University of Illinois for successfully completing "Beyond the Basics: Data Analytics and Visualization for Accounting Professionals." November 13, 2020.
  • Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting, earned a Certificate of Completion from Institute of Management Accountants for successfully completing "IMA Data Analytics & Visualization Fundamentals" September 22, 2020.
  • Faculty presentation: Timothy Bryan, D.B.A., Marshall University | Mark A. McKnight, Ph.D., University of Southern Indiana virtually presented "Earnings Management through Bad Debt: A Study of Bad Debt Expense in Chemical and Allied Products Manufacturers" at inaugural Marshall Business Research Conference, November 6, 2020.
  • Faculty presentation: Mark McKnight, Ph.D. | Andrew Dill, Ph.D., virtually presented "Trump Tax Cuts: Does Name Recognition Impact Taxpayer Perceptions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act?" at inaugural Marshall Business Research Conference, November 6, 2020.
  • Dr. Brett Bueltel's Acct 304 Intermediate Accounting II course was accepted and approved by Quality Matters.
  • Research article accepted: Dr. Brett Bueltel, assistant professor of accounting. Feeling GILTI: Tax strategies for U.S. multinational corporations to navigate the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research.
  • Faculty publication: Ryle, P., Bueltel, B., Walker, A. K., Gabrini, C., & McKnight, M. (2020). The impact of the Facebook court order & CCPA 2020: Helping businesses and accountants meet the challenge of the new era of privacy compliance. Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy, 21(2), 247-262. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3615422.
  • (2020). McKnight, M.A., Robey, S. L., McKnight, J. L., & Marcuson, M. R.  Applying the Phillips Evaluation Model to the Balanced Scorecard:  Measuring an organization’s learning & growth (innovation) perspective.  Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research, 16(1), pp 144-161. 
  • Faculty publication: Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting, interviewed on CourseHero
  • Jeanette Maier-Lytle, instructor in accounting, recipient of Dean's Award for Excellence in Service
  • Dr. Brett Bueltel, assistant professor of accounting, recipient of Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching
  • Faculty publication: Ryle, P., Bueltel, B., Walker, A., Gabrini, C. and McKnight, M., "The Impact of the Facebook Court Order & CCPA 2020: Helping Businesses and Accountants Meet the Challenge of the New Era of Privacy Compliance" (June 1, 2020). Journal of Accounting, Ethics and Public Policy 21(2): 247-262 (2020). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3615422 
  • Publication by Dr. Brett Bueltel and Dr. Mark McKnight titled “The Impact of the Facebook Court Order and CCPA 2020: Helping Businesses and Accountants Meet the Challenge of the New Era of Privacy Compliance*” has made several Top Ten download lists on the SSRN website including: Applied Accounting - Practitioner eJournal Top Ten, CGN: Disclosure & Accounting Decisions (Topic) Top Ten, Corporate Law: Practitioner eJournal (Forthcoming) Top Ten and LSN: Other Regulation of Information & Privacy Issues Involving Consumers (Sub-Topic) Top Ten.
  • Faculty presentation: Dr. Andrew Dill, assistant professor of accounting. Research/Conference Presentation Delivered: "Applying the Phillips Evaluation Model as a set of standardized metrics for the learning and growth perspective of the Balanced Scorecard Approach" at the  Academy of Business Research Virtual Spring 2020 Conference*.
  • Dr. Mark McKnight, associate professor of accounting, virtually presented "Applying the Phillips Evaluation Model as a Set of Standardized Metrics for the Learning and Growth Perspective of the Balanced Scorecard Approach" (McKnight, Robey, Dill) and "Reaching the YouTube generation: Using Hobbies, the Gig Economy and YouTube to Teach Basic Managerial Accounting Concepts" at the Academy of Business Research e-conference in New Orleans, Louisiana, in March.
  • Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting. Research article accepted: "Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 whistleblower protection provisions: An empirical examination of effectiveness using the theory of planned behavior." Management Accounting Quarterly.
  • Faculty presentation: Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting. "Could Accounting Be for You?" delivered to: Southridge High School, Huntingburg, Indiana.
  • (2020). McKnight, M.A., Robey, S. L., McKnight, J. L., & Marcuson, M. R.  Applying the Phillips Evaluation Model to the Balanced Scorecard:  Measuring an organization’s learning & growth (innovation) perspective.  Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research, 16(1), pp 144-161.   

2019

  • Jeanette Maier-Lytle, instructor in accounting, featured in USI's illume magazine
  • Faculty publication: Dr. Jack Smothers, associate professor of management, Jeanette Maier-Lytle, instructor in accounting, Dr. Manfen Chen, associate professor of finance, and Dr. Kevin Celuch, professor of marketing, co-authored the article, "Engaging Students Through Activity Design: A Service-Dominant Logic Perspective," which was published in the Journal of the Academy of Business Education.
  • Faculty presentation: Mr. Brian Routh, instructor in accounting, was a speaker at the Course Hero Education Summit 2019.
  • Mr. Brian Routh, instructor in accounting, co-authored the article, "Bank Failures: A Study of Georgia Banks," which has been published in the Journal of Accounting and Finance Vol. 19(5) 2019.
  • Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting, presented, "Exploring the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 Whistleblower Provisions and Intentions to Blow the Whistle on Financial Statement Fraud: An Empirical Examination of the Factors that Influence Intent Using the Theory of Planned Behavior" in a roundtable discussion at the Institute of Management Accountants conference.
  • Dr. Brett Bueltel, assistant professor of accounting, received the 2019 JLTR Outstanding Paper Award for his article, "A Legal Analysis of State Tax Policy for Online Sales: The Recipe from Direct Marketing," published in the ATA Journal of Legal Tax Research (JLTR). He was recognized at the 2019 American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco. The AAA is the largest community of accountants in academia and the premier accounting organization in academia. 
  • Engagement: Dr. Andrew Dill discusses his research into Ethics & Fraud: Part 1 (youtube)
  • Three generations of IMA: Dr. Brian McGuire and son Andrew '17 M'19 featured in Strategic Finance's IMA Connections: All in the Family
  • Dr. Brian McGuire, interim dean of Romain College of Business, receives Lybrand Certificate of Merit.
  • Dr. Mark McKnight, associate professor of accounting, Mr. Brian Routh, instructor in accounting, and Alyssa Moore, graduate assistant, co-authored "Disclosing Tax Consequences of a LIFO Repeal: Considerations Toward an Ethical Decision-Making Model Based on Potential Convergence of IFRS and U.S. GAAP", which was published by the Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research.
  • Faculty award: Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting, has received a grant award for her proposal, "The Impact of Employee Loyalty on Potential Whistleblower's Intent to Externally Report Financial Statement Fraud."
  • Faculty presentation: Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting, presented "Exploring the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 Whistleblower Provisions and Intentions to Blow the Whistle on Financial Statement Fraud: An Empirical Examination of the Factors that Influence Intent Using the Theory of Planned Behavior" to the University of Mobile auditing class.
  • Faculty presentation: Dr. Brett Bueltel, assistant professor of accounting, presented his paper, "Feeling GILTI: Tax Strategies for U.S. Multinational Corporations to Navigate the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act" at the 2019 American Taxation Association Midyear Meeting in Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Brett Bueltel, assistant professor of accounting, speaks with WEHT's Brad Byrd about tax reform
  • Faculty presentation: Mr. Timothy Bryan, instructor in accounting, presented to the Evansville Area Fundraising Council, discussing the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The talk focused on changes in the standard deduction and itemized deductions and their potential impact on charities receiving donations. He also expanded into strategies to mitigate any negative impact.
  • Faculty Publication: Dr. Brett Bueltel, assistant professor of accounting, and Dr. Jill Oeding, assistant professor of business law. Their article, "A Practical Guide to Interpreting Statutes for Business Professionals" was published in the Journal of Business Law and Ethics.
  • Faculty publication: Dr. Andrew Dill, assistant professor of accounting. His research article, "Towards an Understanding of the Dark Triad, Ethical Fading, and Ethicality of Behavior," was published in Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research.
  • Faculty presentation: Dr. Jamie Seitz, assistant professor of accounting, presented Would Your Employees Report Financial Fraud? at the Ethics Continuing Professional Education (CPE) event. The presentation was delivered to the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Evansville Chapter.
  • Faculty award: Dr. Brett Bueltel, assistant professor of accounting, receives the Dean's Award for Excellence in Service.

2018

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