The intent of the Innovation in Accounting History Education Award is to encourage innovations in accounting history education. The award (a plaque) will be presented to an individual(s) who has developed and implemented an innovative technique/method for incorporating accounting history topics into undergraduate or graduate accounting courses.
Examples of innovative techniques/methods include, but are not limited to:
To be eligible, the innovation must have been used in a course that the applicant has taught or is currently teaching. Electronic submissions only should include the following items (as applicable):
Deadline for Nominations: June 2, 2014
Send nomiations to: Academy Executive Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donald L. Ariail (Southern Polytechnic State University)
Joseph Durden (Nova Southeastern University)
Marilyn Leathart (Texas A&M University - Central Texas)
Lynette Capman Vasill (Texas A&M University - San Antonio)
For their work on the historical case study published in the area of governmental accounting, “Avondale Estates: A Case Study in Governmental Accounting and Auditing – A Historical Approach”.
From the case study abstract: The seventy-seven years of accounting evolution that separates the audits of 1928 and 2005 under different accounting and auditing standards is examined through a cross-disciplined case study that compares the historical 1928 and the contemporary 2005 financial statements and the accompanying audit reports of Avondale Estates, Georgia.
Past recipeints of the Award:
|2013||Donald Ariail, Southern Polytechnic State University; Joseph Durden, Nova Southeastern University; Marilyn Leathart, Texas A&M University - Central Texas; Lynette Capman Vasill, Texas A&M University - San Antonio|
|2012||No Award Presented|
|2011||Bob van den Brand, Eddy Cardinaels, Gert Jan Luijten, Ivo van Amelsfoort and Edith Leung, Tilburg University|
|2010||Thomas Tyson, St. John Fisher College|
|2009||Jayne Bisman, Charles Sturt University and Ellen Uppman, Univerity of Portland|
|2008||Robert Bloom, John Carroll University|
|2006||No Award Presented|
|2004||David Oldroyd, University of Newcastle|
|2003||William Samson, University of Alabama|
|2001||David S. Deines and David R. Vruwink, Kansas State University|