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  1. 1. 1 JENICE J. PRATHER-KINSEY, PhD., CPA, CGMA Professor and Sallie W. Dean Scholar Department of Accounting and Finance University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) PHONE: Bus: 205-934-8828 ADDRESS: Home: 5272 Greystone Way Home: 205-437-3256 Birmingham, AL 35242 Cell: 573-424-3483 Office: Department of Accounting and Finance Fax: 205-975-4429 BEC 308B E-mail: jpratherkinsey@yahoo.com 1530 3rd Avenue South pratherkinsey@uab.edu Birmingham, AL 35294-4460 ACADEMIC GOAL I desire to be an ethical, collegial and productive academic in enhancing student learning and supporting faculty development at a comprehensive academic AACSB University. EDUCATION ACADEMIC DEGREES Ph.D., Business Administration, Accounting major, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1985. MAS, Masters in Accounting Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL, 1976. B.S., Business Administration and Education, Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO, 1975. ADMINISTRATION AND LEADERSHIP CERTIFICATES HERS Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration Certificate, Nominated by the Chancellor and Vice Provost of International Programs at The University of Missouri (MU), Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, (June- July, 2006). Harvard University, Executive Leadership Development Institute Certificate, Sponsored by the National Association of Black Accountants, Boston, Massachusetts (July, 2003). University of Missouri System President’s Academic Leadership Institute Certificate, Appointed by President Manuel Pacheco of the University of Missouri System, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri (2002-2003). PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIAL & EXPERIENCE Certified Public Accountant, State of Tennessee, 1979. Joseph Decosimo and Company CPAs, Junior Accountant, Chattanooga, 1976-1977. Chartered Global Management Accountant, 2014.
  2. 2. 2 WORK EXPERIENCE ADMINISTRATION Chairperson of the Department of Accounting and Finance at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB), 2010-2012. Oversaw more than twenty faculty in managing activities to promote the department’s and school’s missions. President, American Accounting Association International Accounting Section (AAA IAS), 2007-2008. Oversaw and coordinated activities to promote scholarly exchange across national borders and faculty development of the AAA membership. HERS Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education Administration, Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, June 25-July 21, 2006. I participated in intense- study seminars and case analyses on university administrators’ life and challenges. These seminars were conducted by presidents and upper level administrators of higher education (private and public). Vice Chairperson of Faculty Council at MU and Intercampus Faculty Council Member of the University of Missouri System, 2006-2007. Developed and facilitated policies to promote the advancement of faculty and students at MU. Administrative Faculty Fellow in the Office of the Vice Provost for International Programs, MU, Columbia, Missouri, 2005-2006. Developed international webpage content, researched and analyzed data for the Vice Provost, and designed a campus-wide international continuous quality initiative. Harvard University Executive Leadership Development Institute Participant, July 2003. One week of intensive studies taught by Harvard Business School Faculty. We analyzed real world and controversial case studies about administrators in higher education. Leadership Development Program, appointed by President Manuel Pacheco of the University of Missouri System, University of Missouri System, 2002-2003. I participated in team building techniques, role playing and case study analyses to enhance understanding of the university’s organization structure. State of Missouri Gaming Commission, Commissioner, 1993-1999. We oversaw a staff of 102 employees and approximately $60,000,000 in annual tax revenues. We monitored, investigated and audited bingo, horse racing and river boat gambling activities. Price Waterhouse National Advisory Board, New York, 1990-1994.
  3. 3. 3 ADMINISTRATION—CIVIC Missouri Credit Union Board of Directors, Board Member (1990-2011). We oversaw over 50 staff and $161,000,000 in assets. Chairperson of the MIZZOU Credit Union Supervisory Committee (2000-2006). We established internal control procedures for executive staff and led a search to hire a national auditing firm specializing in credit union audits. Missouri United Methodist Church Foundation, Treasurer (1999-2002). I managed approximately $1.2 million dollars in foundation assets. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Treasurer (1986-1990). Established internal control procedures and brought the Sorority out of the red. ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Professor and Sallie W. Dean Scholar, May 15, 2012 to present. Professor and Chairperson, Accounting and Finance Department, May 2010 to May 2012, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Associate Professor, 1990 to 2010, MU, Columbia, Missouri. Research Associate, August 1990 to July 1992, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri. Assistant Professor, August 1984 to August 1990, MU, Columbia, Missouri. Assistant Professor, Fall 1976 to Spring1979, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Courses taught or coordinated: Cost and Managerial Accounting, Cultural Significance of Accounts (Ph.D. Seminar), International Accounting Research (Ph.D. seminar at Washington University), International Accounting with a 2 ½-week experience in Europe, International Accounting (online at UAB), Topics-in International and Behavioral Accounting Research (Ph.D. seminar). HONORS UAB President’s Outstanding Diversity Award, Spring 2014. Nominated for the Alabama Society of CPAs’ Outstanding Educator Award, Spring 2012. Outstanding International Scholar Award, School of Accountancy, MU, nominated in March, 2009. Best Paper Award from the 10th World Congress of Accounting Educators from over 300 papers considered, “The Value Relevance of Accounting Income Reported by DAX- 30 German Companies,” Istanbul, Turkey, November 11, 2006. Difficult Dialogues Fellow in the Office of the Chancellor, MU, 2006-2007. MU Council on International Initiatives, Internationalizing the Curriculum Award, May 2002, 2004. Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants, Outstanding Educator of the Year Award, 2001.
  4. 4. 4 Visiting Scholar, University of the Western Cape and University of Cape Town; Cape Town, South Africa, Summer 1999. Faculty Diversity Enhancement Award, MU, March 1998. Visiting Scholar, University of Warwick, Coventry, England, May 1996. Outstanding Achievement Award in Education, National Association of Black Accountants, 1992. Outstanding Achievement in Education Award, National Association of Black Accountants, Central Region, 1992. Granted tenure and associate professor rank at MU, 1990. Appointed to MU Doctoral Faculty, 1989-2010. University of Alabama Outstanding Dissertation in Accounting Award, 1987. GRANTS UAB School of Business Type II Research Grant, 2013 and 2014. PNC Bank Grant ($25,000.00), to fund National Association of Black Accountants' (NABA) UAB Student Chapter Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Accounting Career Awareness Program activities, 2012. IMA Foundation for Applied Research Award/Grant, “The Effectiveness of Management Controls in Assessing Enterprise Risk Across Different African Cultures,” 2008. New South Africa Initiative Grant, 1999. Faculty Development Project Grant, 1998. MU Faculty Development Leave, “Cost/Managerial Information Systems of Multinational Corporations,” winter 1998. KPMG Peat Marwick Research Grant, Summer 1997. Provost Fund for Faculty International Development, 1997. College of Business International Grant, Summers 1997-2005. College of Business and School of Accountancy Grant, "Faculty Study Abroad" in Antwerp, Belgium, May 1994. Price Waterhouse Research Grant, 1993. MU and Stephens College New Europe Grant, 1993. MU Faculty International Travel Award, 1987, 1992, 1996, 1999, 2005, 2007. KPMG Peat Marwick Foundation Grant for International Research, 1988-90. MU Minority Research Fellowship, 1985, 1987. Trulaske College of Business and School of Accountancy Summer Research Fellowships, 1984-1989, 1992-1995, 1998, 2000, 2007. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Accounting Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Institute of Management Accountants, Alabama Society of Certified Public Accountants, National Association of Black Accountants.
  5. 5. 5 RESEARCH REFEREED JOURNALS “The Market Reaction to SEC IFRS-Related Announcements on American Deposit Receipt (ADR) Firms in the U.S.” Co-Author: Paul Tanyi, Accounting Horizons 28 (3):579- 604. “The Effect of Personality Type on Accountant’s Judgment: Implications for IFRS Application, “Co-Author: Scott Boyar, Journal of Accounting, Ethics, and Public Policy 14 (4): 881-897. “Out of Africa: Managing Risk in Global Business,” Co-Author: Patrick Wheeler, Strategic Finance (February 2012): 47-52. “Nationality and Differences in Auditor Risk Assessment: A Research Note with Experimental Evidence,” Co-Author: Ed O’Donnell, Accounting Organizations and Society, 35 (2010): 558-564. “An Additional Source of Financial Analysts’ Earnings Forecast Errors,” Co-Author: Myungsun Kim, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, 25:1 (winter, 2010): 27-51. “Discussion of IFRS Adoption in Europe and Investment-Cash Flow Sensitivity: Outsider versus Insider Economies, The International Journal of Accounting 45: (2010): 169- 172. “The Value Relevance of Accounting Income Reported by DAX-30 German Companies,” Co- Authors: Eva Jermakowicz, and Inge Wulf, Journal of International Financial Management and Accounting, 18 (3): 151-191. “Developing Countries Converging with Developed-country Accounting Standards: Evidence from South Africa and Mexico,” International Journal of Accounting, 41:2 (May 2006): 141-162. “Assessing the Quality of International Accounting Standards Disclosures across South Africa, the U.K. and the U.S.,” Co-Author: Sandra Shelton, Advances in International Accounting, 19 (2005): 155-170. “An Analysis of International Accounting Research in U.S. and Non-U.S. Based Academic Accounting Journals,” Co-Author: Norlin Rueschhoff, Journal of International Accounting Research, 3:1 (Spring 2004): 1-20. “The Effect of Revised IAS 14 on Segment Reporting,” Co-Author: Gary Meek, The European Accounting Review, 13:2 (2004): 213-234. “High-Tech Incorporated: A Strategic Cost Management Accounting Writing Intensive
  6. 6. 6 Case,” Institute of Management Accountants: e-journal, (2000), abridged version in Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal, (2001). “An Analysis of the Authorship of International Accounting Research in U.S. Journals and AOS: 1980-1996,” Co-author: Norlin Rueschhoff, International Journal of Accounting, (1999): 1-22. "Preliminary Support for the FASB’s Revised Segment Reporting Requirement,” Research in Accounting Regulation, 13 (1999): 43-53. "An Analysis of International Accounting Research in U.S. Academic Accounting Journals, 1980-1993," Co-Author: Norlin Rueschhoff, Accounting Horizons, and (March 1996): 1-17. "Accounting Program Augmentation: NABA Meets the Challenge," Co-author: Brenda Birkett, Accounting Education: A Journal of Theory Practice and Research, (1996): 137-145. "The Information Content of Geographic Segment Disclosures," Advances in International Accounting, (1995): 31-45. "Enhancing Students' "Professional Education" through the National Association of Black Accountants," Co-Author: Brenda Birkett, Issues in Accounting Education, (Spring 1995): 159-171. "DR Scott's Conceptual Framework," Co-Author: Carol Lawrence, Accounting Historians Journal, (December 1993): 95-116. "Using Case Studies in Teaching Cost Accounting: A Quasi-Experimental Study," Co- Author: Thomas Dougherty, Accounting Education: An International Journal, (June 1993): 1-10. "Municipal Financial Reporting and Competition among Under-writers for New Issues of General Obligation Bonds," Co-author: Earl Wilson, Contemporary Accounting Research, (Spring 1990): 573-592. "Income Disclosure, Descriptive Power and Cash Flows," Research in Accounting Regulation, (3) (1989): 153-182. "The Significance of an Orientation Postulate," ABACUS, (September 1989): 97-115. "Constructing a Production Line in Teaching Process Costing," Co-Author: Harold Bishop, Journal of Education for Business, (October 1989): 10-14. "The Predictive Accuracy of Alternative Income Reporting Formats: An Empirical Investigation," Advances in Accounting, (7) (1989): 83-110.
  7. 7. 7 "On the Use of Electronic Spreadsheet Assignments in the Cost Accounting Class," Co- Author: Tom Howard, Journal of Research on Computing in Education, (June 1988): 384-391. BOOKS AACSB 5th Year Maintenance Report. (2012). Co-Authors: Ollie Powers and Angel Smith, Birmingham, Alabama: University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Accounting and Finance. Cost Accounting: Foundations and Evolutions. (2005). Co-Authors: Mike Kinney and Cecily Raiborn, Ohio: Thomson South-Western. DR Scott Memorial Lectures in Accountancy. (1988). Co-editors: James Lampe and Kay Poston, Columbia, MO: MU. RESEARCH SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION “Why Convergence between the FASB and IASB May Be Impossible,” Co-Author Francesco De Luca, target journal (submitted to Accounting Horizons October 2014). “NABA Engaging with Its Stakeholders in Meeting Proposed AACSB Standards.” (Submitted to Advances in Accounting Education April, 2014). “Informational Effects of Mandatory IFRS Adoption in Europe: Evidence from Earnings Announcement Events,” Co-Author: May H. Zhang, (Submitted to Research in Accounting Regulation May 2014). RESEARCH IN PROGRESS “Organizational Management Control Systems: A Cross-Cultural Analysis,” Co-Authors: V. Arunachalam, C. Chan, and P. Wheeler, target journal Journal of Managerial Accounting Research. “An Analysis and Critique of Accounting Studies that Include Developing Countries in Top- Tier Publications from 2000-2007,” target journal: Accounting Organizations and Society. “Explaining Judgment Differences in Applying IFRS,” Co-Author: Scott Boyar; target journal: Accounting Organizations and Society. What Empiricist and Behaviorists Can Learn from Each Other, book for consideration for publication by Rutledge.
  8. 8. 8 PUBLICATIONS REFEREED PROCEEDINGS “Perceptions of the Future Impact of Revised AACSB Accreditation Standards for Accounting Faculty Qualifications and Engagement,” Co-Authors: Arline Savage and Scott Boyar, AAA Southeast Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (forthcoming April 2016. “Using Twitter to Enhance Active and Collaborative Learning Online,” Co-Author: Stephanie Yates, AAA Conference on Teaching and Learning (CTLA) Chicago, Illinois (forthcoming August 2015). “The Impact of the Financial Crisis on Earnings Management: Empirical Evidence from the Top 5,000 Stock Italian Companies,” Co-Author: Francesco DeLuca, AAA Conference Research Interaction Forum, Chicago, Illinois (forthcoming August 2015). “The Effect of Core Self-Evaluations and Work Environment on Accountants’ Judgment: Implications for IFRS Application,” Co-Authors: Scott Boyar and Anthony Hood, AAA Diversity Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (October 2014). “Why Convergence between the FASB and IASB Is Idle,” Co-Author: Francesco De Luca, AAA Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia (August 2014). “Why Convergence between the FASB and IASB May Be Impossible,” Co-Author: Francesco De Luca, Accademia Italiana di Economia Aziendale (AIDEA) Conference 2013 Proceedings, Lecce, Italy (September 2013). “The Effects of Legal Origin, Personality Type and Culture on Accountant’s Judgment: Implications for IFRS Application,” Co-Author: Scott Boyar, AAA Diversity Section Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia (November 2012). “Informational Effects of Mandatory IFRS Adoption in Europe: Evidence from Earnings Announcement Events,” Co-Author: May H. Zhang, AAA IAS Midyear Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona (February 2012). “Managing Enterprise Risk across Cultures in Africa,” Co-Author: Pat Wheeler, AAA IAS Midyear Meeting, Palm Springs, California (January 2010). “Capital Market Consequences of European Firms’ Mandatory Adoption of IFRS,” Co- Authors: Eva K. Jermakowicz and Thierry Vongphanith, European Accounting Association Conference, Rotterdam, Netherlands (April 2008), Illinois International Accounting Symposium, Warsaw, Poland (June 2008), American Accounting Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, California (August 2008). “The Effect of Varying Culture on Auditors’ Risk Assessments,” Co-Author: Ed O’Donnell, American Accounting Association Accounting Behavior and Organizations Section
  9. 9. 9 Conference, Portland, Oregon (October 2006); International Accounting Section Midyear Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina (February 2007). “The Value Relevance of Accounting Income Reported by DAX-30 German Companies,” Co-Author: Eva K. Jermakowicz, the European Accounting Association Conference Proceedings. Dublin, Ireland (March 2006); 10th World Congress of Accounting Educators Proceedings, Istanbul, Turkey (November 2006). “The Impact of Adoption of IFRS: Evidence from Early Adopters in Europe,” Co-Author: Eva K. Jermakowicz and Thierry Vongphanith, AAA Annual Conference, Washington, DC (August 2006). “Analysts’ Earnings Forecast Errors and Cost Behavior,” Co-Author: Myungsun Kim, AAA Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida (August 2004). “The Quality of Financial Reporting of Companies Listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange,” Co-Author: Danielle Milton, AAA Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii (August 2003). “Trend Analyses of International Accounting Research: 1981-2000,” Co-Author: Norlin Rueschhoff: IAAER Conference Proceedings, Hong Kong (November 2002). “The Effect of Revised IAS 14 on Segment Reporting,” Co-Author: Gary Meek, Kansas State Accounting Research Workshop Proceedings, Manhattan, Kansas (October 2001); European Accounting Association Proceedings, Copenhagen, Denmark (April 2002). “The Usefulness of Earnings Announcements to Johannesburg Stock Exchange and Mexico Stock Exchange Market Participants,” American Accounting Association Proceedings, Atlanta, GA (August, 2001). “Management Control Systems: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of India versus USA, " Co- Authors: Vairam Arunachalam and Chris Chan, 5th International Accounting Research Conference, Calcutta, India (January 6-7, 2001). “The Value-Relevance of International Accounting Standards to Johannesburg Stock Exchange Market Participants,” 12th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Beijing, China (October 2000). “The Incremental Value Relevance of Geographic Segment Disclosures for International Accounting Standards Companies,” IAAER-CIERA Conference Proceedings, Chicago, IL (October 1998). “The Early International Contributions to Academic Accounting Research: 1926-1965," The 8th World Congress of the International Association for Accounting Education and Research Proceedings, Paris, France (October 1997), Midwest Region AAA Proceedings, Minneapolis, MN (April 1999).
  10. 10. 10 “An Analysis of the Authorship of International Accounting Research: 1980-1993,” Midwest AAA Meeting, Oak Brook, IL (April 1997). "Empirical Evidence on Why Multinational Corporations Choose to Cross-Border-List," International Accounting Research: Multinational Enterprises and Global Change Proceedings, Coventry, England (May 1996). "International Accounting Research Development: A Multidimensional Content Analysis of the Past Decade," Co-Author: Norlin Rueschhoff, Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Mexico City, Mexico (November 1993). "The Influence of the Progressive Movement on Contemporary Accounting Thought," Co- Authors: Robert Bloom, Marilyn Collins, and H.G. Heymann, Accounting History (1993): 21-41. "A Summary Measure for Multinational Corporations' Foreign Operation Results," Asian- Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Dunedin, New Zealand (November 1992). "The Predictive Ability of Foreign Segmented Earnings Disclosures: An Empirical Investigation," Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Fresno, California (October 1989). "The Impact of the Multinational Conglomerate Movement on Contemporary Accounting Research," Co-Author: Norlin G. Rueschhoff, Proceedings of the American Accounting Association 1989 Midwest Regional Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota (April 1989). "On the Use of Electronic Spreadsheet Assignments in the Cost Accounting Class," Sixth International Conference on Accounting Education Proceedings, Kyoto, Japan (October 1987). "Income Articulation," The American Accounting Association Midwest Regional Meeting Proceedings, Chicago, IL (April 1987) and presented at MU, School of Accountancy Research Colloquium Working Paper (January 1987). "The Historical Development of the Recurring-Nonrecurring Earnings Presentation,” The Academy of Accounting Historians Working Paper Series, (70) (November 1986): 1- 9. "On the Usefulness of Exponential Smoothing: Current Empirical Findings," American Accounting Association West Regional Meeting, Costa Mesa, California (April 1986). "Earnings Statement Presentation," Co-author: Kenneth R. Austin, American Accounting Association Southeast Regional Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida (1982). PUBLICATIONS OTHER
  11. 11. 11 “2010 Accounting Program Annual Report.” Co-Author Ollie Powers. University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Business Department of Accounting and Finance, (2010). “International Accounting, Financial Reporting, and Analysis,” The Accounting Review, book review (January 1997): 177-178. “Setting the Standards for Financial Reporting: FASB and the Struggle for Control of a Critical Process," The International Journal of Accounting Education and Research, book review (Vol. 31:1, 1996): 139-142. "Entrepreneurs: Planning, Organizing and Controlling," Spectrum (Fall/Winter 1993-1994): 21-22. "Looking at Academics as a Career Option in a Tough Economy," Chapter to Chapter (April 1992). "Hierarchy, History, and Human Nature: The Social Origins of Historical Consciousness,” Accounting Historians Journal, book review (December 1989): 242-245. "Using Exponential Smoothing to Compute Recurring Income," Management Accounting Digest (December 1986). COLLOQUIA PRESENTATIONS “Convergence between the FASB and IASB Is Impossible,” Co-Author: Francesco De Luca, The G. d'Annunzio University, Pescara, Italy (September 23, 2013). “Managing Enterprise Risk across Countries in Africa,” Co-Author: Patrick Wheeler, The University of Western Ontario Accounting Workshop, Ontario, Canada (February 12, 2010). “The Effect of Varying Culture on Auditors’ Risk Assessments,” Co-Author: Ed O’Donnell, School of Accountancy Workshop, MU, Columbia, MO (May 2007). “The Quality of Financial Reporting on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange,” co-author: Danielle R. Milton, McNair Conference, MU, Columbia, MO (April 2003). “The Usefulness of Earnings Announcements to Johannesburg Stock Exchange and Mexico Stock Exchange Market Participants,” Co-author Cynthia McDonald, MU, Columbia, MO (August 2001). “The Cultural Dimensions of International Accounting Standards,” University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa (August 1999).
  12. 12. 12 "Empirical Evidence on Why Multinational Corporations Choose to Cross-Border-List," MU-Columbia (October 1995); University of Alabama (November 1995). "Geographic Operations Disclosure Level Choice by U.S. Multinationals," Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri (November, 1991). "An Empirical Investigation of the Effect of Segmental Disclosure and Exchange Rate Fluctuations on Stock Returns and Risk Measurement," Co-Authors: Juan Rivera and Dahli Gray, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana (May 1988). "Ability of Financial Analysts to Forecast Earnings Per Share: Impact of Degree of International Involvement on Forecast Accuracy," Co-Authors: Dahli Gray and Juan Rivera, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana (February 1988). "Income Articulation," Case Western Reserve University; Cleveland, Ohio (February 1987). REFEREED PRESENTATIONS “Why Convergence between the FASB and IASB May Be Impossible,” Co-Author: Francesco De Luca, Accademia Italiana di Economia Aziendale (AIDEA) Conference 2013, Lecce, Italy (September 2013). “Managing Enterprise Risk across Cultures in Africa,” IMA Student Leadership Conference, St. Louis, Missouri (November 2009). “The Significance of an Orientation Postulate in Moving toward International Financial Reporting Standards,” American Accounting Association Conference, Anaheim, California (August 5, 2008). “The Effectiveness of Management Controls in Assessing Audit Misstatement Risk Across Different African Cultures: Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa,” Central States Accounting Research Workshop, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas (October 26, 2007). “Developing Countries Converging with Developed-Country Accounting Standards: Evidence from South Africa and Mexico,” Co-Author: Cynthia McDonald, European Accounting Association Conference, Gothenburg, Sweden (May 2005). “Organizational Management Control Systems: A Cross-Cultural Analysis,” Co-Authors: V. Arunachalam and C. Chan, AAA IAS Midyear Meeting, San Diego, CA (February 2004). “The Usefulness of Developed Country Accounting Standards in Emerging Stock Markets: South Africa and Mexico,” Co-author: Cynthia McDonald, AAA IAS Midyear Meeting, Orlando, FL (February 2003).
  13. 13. 13 “The Effect of Revised IAS 14 on Segment Reporting of IAS Companies,” Fifth Annual Central States Accounting Research Workshop, Manhattan, Kansas (November 2, 2001). “An Analysis of International Accounting Research in U.S. Academic Accounting Journals, 1980-2000,” 13th Asian Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (October 23, 2001). “The Early International Contributions to Academic Accounting Research: 1926-1965,” American Accounting Association International Accounting Section Mid-Year Meeting (January 2000). “The Effect of Segment Disclosures on Financial Analysts’ Forecast Behavior,” Co-Author: Marilyn Zarzeski, Asian Pacific Conference, Melbourne, Australia (November 1999). “The Incremental Value Relevance of Geographic Segment Disclosures for International Accounting Standards Companies,” American Accounting Association (AAA), Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA (August 1998). “International Accounting Research Panel,” AAA, 1997 Southeast Regional Meeting, Nashville, TN (April 1997). "Empirical Evidence on Why Multinational Corporations Choose to Cross-Border-List," A Special International Association for Accounting Education and Research Conference on Multinational Enterprises and Global Change, Coventry, England (May 1996). "The National Association of Black Accountants and Their Role In the Development of African American Accounting Students," Co-Author: Brenda Birkett, AAA Annual Meeting, New York (August 1994). "Universal Availability of Professional Education Through Accounting Student Organizations: A Case Study," Co-Author: Brenda Birkett, National Association of Black Accountants' Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia (June 1993). "Interfacing Accounting Education Objectives with Accounting Student Organizations," Co- Author: Brenda Birkett, AAA Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. (August 1992); and National Association of Black Accounts' Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (June 1992). "Aggregation of Foreign Operations Results by U.S. Multinational Corporations," International Atlantic Economic Conference, Rome, Italy (March 1991). "Ability of Financial Analysts to Forecast Earnings Per Share: Impact of Degree of International Involvement on Forecast Accuracy," Co-Authors: Dahli Gray and Juan Rivera, AAA Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL (August 1988).
  14. 14. 14 “Multinational Firm's Performance: Predicting, Measuring and Reporting," The International Accounting Section Panel: "Research Methodologies," AAA Midwest Regional Meeting, Chicago, IL (April 1988). "The Cost/Benefit of Financial Disclosure in the Oil and Gas Industry," Co-Author: Kenneth R. Austin, AAA Southeast Regional Meeting, Birmingham, Alabama (1981). OTHER PRESENTATIONS/WORKSHOPS “Achieving Financially Stress-Free Living,” 2012 Women Pursuing Destiny Conference, Birmingham, AL (August 18, 2012). “The Conceptual Framework Convergence Project: An Update,” The University of Alabama at Birmingham Continuing Professional Education Day, Birmingham, AL (August 17, 2012). “The Importance of Framework-Based Teaching Workshop”, panel presentation, AAA International Accounting Section, Phoenix, Arizona (February 2012). “Career Mobility with Interviewing Strategies,” The PhD Project Accounting Doctoral Students’ Association Conference, San Francisco, CA (July 31, 2010). Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference, Judge, Columbia, MO (April 18, 2005; April 2007, April 2009). “Succeeding at MIZZOU,” Summer Welcome at MU-Columbia (June 23 and 25, 2003). “Balancing the Time between Graduate Studies and Personal Life,” MU Graduate Students, Columbia, MO (November 2000). “New Techniques in Cost/Managerial Accounting,” Institute of Management Accountants Technical Session, Columbia, MO (October 1999). “Management Accounting Practices across Cultures,” Institute of Management Accountants Technical Session, Columbia, MO (May 1998); Kansas City, MO (November 1998). "150-Hour Education Requirement and Its Implications for African-Americans," Price Waterhouse Leadership Conference, Tan-Tar-A, MO (April 1996). "Networking for Research," AICPA 1994 Faculty Summer Seminar, Richmond, VA (May 29 - June 1, 1994); San Antonio, TX (May 28 -May 31, 1995); Sarasota, FL (May 30 - June 1, 1996). "Diversity in Accounting" and, "Gaming in Missouri," Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants, St. Louis Chapter, St. Louis, MO (December 14, 1995).
  15. 15. 15 "Update on the 150-Hour Education Requirement in Missouri," National Association of Black Accountants, Columbia-Jefferson City Chapter, Jefferson City, MO (February 1993). "Pathways to Success-Education," National Association of Black Accountants Student Chapter, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL (May 1990), St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO (October 1991). "Pursuing Career Goals in Business and Accounting," MU Minority Achievement Program, Columbia, MO (April 1990). "Graduate Education In Accounting," St. Louis Metropolitan Chapter of the National Association of Black Accountants Meeting, St. Louis, MO (May 1989). "The Value of a CPA versus an MBA," National Association of Black Accountants Tenth Annual Central Region Student Conference, St. Louis, MO (October 1988). "Career Choices at MU, School of Accountancy," INROADS, MU, Columbia, MO (September 1986). "Pursuing A Successful College Career," Youth Month at St. Stephen Baptist Church, Kansas City, MO (July 1986). "Financial Management Strategies," Minority Student and Special Programs, MU, Columbia, MO (March 1986). "Investments," Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Black Women's Conference, Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, AL (June 1984). MASTERS THESIS SUPERVISOR (MU) Curtis Grant Robinson, Chairperson, “Personality in Accounting: A Look at Whether Different Personalities are Better Suited for Different Sized Accounting Firms,” Honors Student at UAB (Spring 2013). Volker Ahr, Chairperson, "Factors Influencing German Companies' Decision to List on Foreign Stock Exchanges," Graduate thesis (1993). Chris Penning, Chairperson, "International Studies," Masters Student (1995). DOCTORAL DISSERTATION COMMITTEES (MU) Peterson, Ryan, Advisor and Reader, “The Effect of Local Office Culture on Audit Risk Judgment in the U.S.” School of Accountancy, College of Business, 1st year paper (2007).
  16. 16. 16 Rollin F. Jackson, Advisor and Reader, “The Importance of Workplace Basics (SCANA) as Perceived by Mentors and Mentees Who Participated in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of American Mentoring Program in Missouri Agencies,” Department of Education, graduated May 2006. Denise Gates, Advisor and Reader, “Exploring the Superior-Subordinate Relationships of Caucasian, Latino, and African American Men and Women from the Perspective of Co-Cultural Communication Theory,” Department of Communications, graduated May 2004. Kenneth Smith, Reader, “Towards an Understanding of the Factors Associated with Municipal Service Efforts and Accomplishments Reporting: An Investigation of Economic and Political Incentives,” graduated May 2001. Anne D. Bunton, Reader, "The Response of Optimal Exploration of Females by a Male Power Structure to Changes in the Economic Environment," graduated 1996. Sandra Weber, Chairperson, "The Impact of the Financial Condition of the Firm on the Accuracy of Annual Earnings Forecasts," graduated 1990. Jong Kim, Co-Chairperson, "A Better Surrogate for Market Expectations," graduated 1989. SERVICE ADMINISTRATION Graduate program review panel, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan, Canada, spring 2012. External Reviewer for Promotion and/or Tenure Louisiana State University, 2013 University of Texas El Paso, 2013 University of Cape Town, 2012 RESEARCH Editorial Review Board, The International Journal of Accounting, 2013-present Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of Accounting Education, 2014. Ad hoc reviewer for Advances in Accounting, 2011-2012. Moderator, American Accounting Association Annual Meetings, San Francisco, August 2010, Denver, August 2011, August 2014 (IAS). Discussant, The Illinois International Accounting Symposium, Warsaw Stock Exchange, Warsaw, Poland, June 2008. Editorial Review Board, Journal of Asia Pacific Business, 2006-Present. Editor, American Accounting Association, Diversity Section, Newsletter, 2004-5.
  17. 17. 17 Discussant, American Accounting Association International Accounting Section, San Francisco, August 2005, for February 2010 meeting. Ad hoc reviewer for Research in Accounting Regulation, 2004-2005. Ad hoc reviewer for European Accounting Review, 2004. Editorial Board of Journal of International Accounting Research, 2000-2010. Editorial Review Board of South Africa Journal of Accounting Research, 1999 to present. Editorial Board of Journal of International Accounting, Auditing and Taxation, 1997-2010. Editorial Review Board of Journal of Business in Developing Nations, 1999-2010. Editorial Board of Advances in Accounting Education, 1994-2000. Editor of American Accounting Association Minority Faculty Development Committee Newsletter, 1997-1998. Editorial Advisory and Review Board Accounting Horizons, 1994-1997. Editorial Review Board of Accounting Education: A Journal of Theory Practice and Research, 1994-2001. Editorial Review Board of The Journal of Business in Developing Nations, 1996-2010. Editorial Review Board of Journal of Managerial Issues, 1995-present. Editor of Spectrum, 1993-1996. Editorial Review Board of Advances in Accounting, 1992 to 1996. Ad hoc reviewer, Issues in Accounting Education, 1992-94. Ad hoc reviewer, American Accounting Association's International Accounting Section Mid- Year Conference 1995-03; Research Conference, 1992 1994 and 1998; Midwest Region Meetings 1987, 1988, 1993-1997; Annual Meetings 1994 - 1998, and National Association of Black Accountants' Annual Conference, 1992-97. Discussant, Annual Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues; Rio de Janeiro (October 2001); Melbourne, Australia (November 1999); Vancouver, Canada (October 1990); Dunedin, New Zealand (November 1992); Mexico City, Mexico (November 1993). GMAC-AACSB Panel, "Responsibilities of Faculty Members," Minority Summer Institute, The University of Michigan (June 1991; July 1992; July 1993). Discussion Leader, Accounting Historian Research Methodology Conference, The University of Mississippi (December 1991). Discussant and Ad hoc reviewer, 20th Annual Decision Science Institute Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana (November 1989). The Fifth World Congress of Accounting Historians, Concurrent Session Chairperson, The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia (August 1988). TEACHING DEVELOPMENT Participant, AICPA Certificates in International Accounting, online (2010-2011). Participant in Deloitte Touch, E&Y, KPMG, and PwC Webinars on International Financial Reporting Standards, (2007-Present). Participant in “IFRS Update,” AAA Continuing Education Workshop, Anaheim, California, August 2008. Participant in “Using Cases to Get Students Interested and to Show the Strategic Role of Cost Management,” McGraw Hill Online Workshop, October 3, 2006.
  18. 18. 18 Participant in “Update on IASB Activity and U.S. GAAP Convergence,” AAA Continuing Education Workshop, Orlando, Florida, August 2004. Participant in “A User Approach to Teaching International Accounting,” AAA Continuing Education Workshop, Hawaii, August 2003. Participant in SAP University Alliance Workshop at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada, June 9-13, 2003. Participant in MU Communication Faculty Workshop at MU, Columbia, Missouri, June 5-6, 2002. Participant in Writing Intensive Workshops at MU, Columbia, Missouri, January 2002. Organizer and Participant, “IASC Update and U.S. GAAP Comparison,” AAA Continuing Education Workshop, Atlanta, Georgia, August 2001. Participant, Wakonse Conference, Shelby, Michigan, May 22-27, 2000. Participant, SAP Training Workshops, AC 010 in November 1998; WB100, May 1999; University Alliance Faculty Curriculum, August 2001; AC040, San Francisco, California, January 2002. PROFESSIONAL KPMG Peat Marwick Mentor for African-American Doctoral Students Association (1994- Present). THE UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM Department of Athletics Advisory Board (2013-present). African American Faculty Association Treasurer (2012-present). Blazer Athletics Advisory Board (2010-2013). The School of Business Promotion and Tenure Committee (2012-2014). AACSB Accreditation Coordinator (2013). Strategy Alignment Task Force (summer, 2013). Executive Committee (2010-2012). School of Business Steering Committee (2010-2012). Faculty Advisor to UAB student chapter of NABA (2010-present) The Department of Accounting and Finance Strategy Alignment Task Force, Chair (2013) Journal List Committee, Chair (2012-2013) Departmental Review Committee (2012-2013) Search Committee, Chair (2010-2012, 2014-2015). Other UAB Expo Judge for Honors College (Spring, 2014) IRS Certification at Basic and Intermediate Levels (2012-2014.
  19. 19. 19 Personal Financial Planning for Church of the Highlands, Teacher (2012-2014). THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI The University of Missouri System Manuel T. Pacheco Academic Leadership Award Committee (2006). Intercampus Faculty Council (2006-2007). The University of Missouri-Columbia (MU) General Education Task Force (2009-2010). Faculty Council, Vice Chairperson (2006-2007). Faculty Development Task Force (2005-2006). Faculty Council, Faculty Affairs Chairperson (2005-2006). Provost Search Committee (2005). Intercollegiate Athletic Committee: Chairperson of Finance Committee (2007-2009), Chairperson of Diversity and Gender Issues (2006-2007), Recorder (2004-2006), Academic Affairs Committee (2004-2005), Finance Committee (2005-2006). Program Viability Audit Committee (2003-2004). Graduate Fellowship Committee (2003-2004). Strategic Planning and Resource Advisory Council (2002-2005). Vice Provost for Research Search Committee (2002). Black Culture Center Renaming Committee (2001-2002). Black Faculty and Staff Organization, Executive Board (2001-2002). Black History Month Planning Committee (2001-2002). Faculty Council, College of Business Representative (2002-2007). Black Faculty and Staff Representative (2001-2002). Minority Affairs Committee (September (2000-August 2003). Chair of Faculty Issues Subcommittee (2001-2002). Graduate School Fellowship Advisory Committee (1998-2000). Grievance Hearing Committee (1995-1997). Promotion and Tenure Review Committee (1995-1996). Faculty International Travel Award Review Committee (1995-1996). Black History Month Committee (1994-1995). McNair mentor to Ron Irving (1993-1994), Clifford McKisson (1995), Danielle Milton (2002-2003), and Mary Stilwell (2006-2007). Black Studies Program Committee (1994-1995). Honors College and Academic Planning Committee (1992-94). Recruiting for Graduate School (1987-1989, 1992-1998). Scholarship Committee, Graduate School (1988-1989). Minority Mentor Program (1987-1989). Black Studies Advisory Committee (1985-1989). Computing Director Search Committee (Summer 1985).
  20. 20. 20 Director of Black Studies Search Committee (1985-1986). MU Trulaske College of Business Internationalization Committee (1995-2010, Chairperson 2009-2010). Diversity Task Force (2006). Strategic Development Board (2004-2005). Faculty Council, College of Business Representative (2002-2006). Faculty Policy Committee (2001-2003). Faculty Policy Committee, Chairperson (1999-2001). Committee on Faculty Responsibility (1998-2000). Ph.D. Recruiting Committee (1995-2010). Diversity Committee (1996-1997). Policy Committee (1993-1995). MBA Policy Committee (1992-93). Scholarship Committee (1988-1989). MU School of Accountancy Recruiting Committee for Tax Faculty Member (2003). Recruiting Committee for Information Systems Faculty Member (2001-2002). Research and Development Committee (1999-2001). Peer Teaching Evaluation/Faculty Annual Performance Evaluation Committee (1996, 1999, 2001, 2005). Promotion and Tenure Committee (1991-2010). Diversity Committee (1996-1998). Development Budget Committee (1996-1997). Scholarship Committee (1996-1997). Computer Software Committee (1996-1997). Faculty Recruiting Committee (1992-1998). Silvoso Professorship/Directorship Policy Committee (1995-1996). Chairperson of Soft Monies Committee (1993-1994). Chairperson of Scholarship Committee (1986-1988). Association of Accounting Students, Faculty Advisor (1987-1989). AMERICAN ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATION (AAA) AAA Nominations Committee (2012-2013). AAA Notable Contribution to Accounting Literature Award Screening Committee— International Accounting Section (IAS) Representative (2010-2011). AAA Commons Editorial Board (2009-2010). Accounting Program Leaders Group Nominations Committee (2012-2013). Strategic Planning Committee (2011-2012). International Accounting Section (IAS) Outstanding Service Award Committee (2013-2014). Nominations Committee Chairperson (2009-2010).
  21. 21. 21 President (2007-2008). Vice President-Academic and President Elect (2006-2007). Secretary (2004-2006). Publications Committee, Chairperson (2003-2004). Publications Committee (2002-2003). Outstanding Educator Committee, Chairperson (2001-2002). Continuing Education Committee, Chairperson (2000-2001). Outstanding Dissertation in International Accounting Award Committee, Chairperson (1998-1999). Nominations Committee (1998-1999). Membership Committee, Chairperson (1997-1998). Research Thrust Committee, Chairperson (1996-1997); Co-Chairperson (1995-1996). National Program Committee (1993-1995). International Faculty Exchange Committee (1992-93). Mid-Year Conference Planning Committee (1992-93). Faculty Diversity and Initiatives Section Grant Committee, Chairperson (2007-2008). Research Committee (2002). Newsletter Chairperson (2004-2005). Minority Faculty Development Committee (1989-1992). Minority Faculty Development Section Chairperson (1997-1999). AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS (AICPA) Pre-Certification Education Executive Committee (1999-2001). 150-Hour Task Force Committee (1999). Accounting Education Executive Committee (1998-1999). 150-Hour Education Requirement Committee (1992-95). INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANTS (IMA) Global Board of Directors (2013-2015) Planning and Development Committee (2013-2014) Member Relations Committee (2014-2015) Faculty Liaison (1996-2007). Director of Manuscripts (1997-1998). Faculty Advisor to MU Student Chapter (1995-1997). Director of Academic Relations (1994-1999). Vice President of Membership (1989-1990). Director of CMA Programs (1988-1989). Director of Community Responsibilities (1987-1988). Director of Manuscripts (1986-1988). Director of Education (1985-1986). MISSOURI SOCIETY OF CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
  22. 22. 22 Leap College Champion (2005-2007). Relations with Educators Committee (1999-2001). NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ACCOUNTANTS (NABA) National Annual Meeting, Academic Forum Panelist, and Business-to-Business Forum Invited Speaker, Houston, Texas (June 2010). Faculty Advisor to MU Student Chapter (1992-2010). First Vice-President, St. Louis Metropolitan Chapter (1992-93). Chairperson of Central Region Student Affairs Committee (1992-93). Annual Meeting, Technical Sessions Committee Co-chairperson, St. Louis, Missouri (1990-91). National Faculty Advisory Council (1990-1994). Central Region Student Retreat, Chairperson, Tan-Tar-A, Missouri (March 1993). Faculty/Student Liaison, Columbia, Jefferson City, and St. Louis, Missouri (1987- 1990). THE ACADEMY OF ACCOUNTING HISTORIANS Chairperson of the Education Committee (1994-1996). PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AACSB Department Chairs 2-Day Workshop, Anaheim, California (2010). American Council on Education, Chairing the Academic Department, Austin, TX, (2010).

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