Join the Diversity Section. Please use the special Diversity membership form at http://aaahq.org/Diversity/DiversityCard.pdf, or contact the AAA headquarters at email@example.com, or call (941) 921-7747. The annual dues are only $15.
Pay It Forward Fund
(to promote Doctoral Student Travel to the Diversity Section Midyear meeting)
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2012 Diversity Section Meeting
November 3–4, 2012
Atlanta (Buckhead), Georgia
2012 Call for Submissions
2012 Doctoral Student Travel Scholarship
2012 AICPA Faculty Delegate Application
Previous Meeting Information
Volunteer to Serve
Before the Annual meeting in August 2012, volunteers will need to be identified for several positions including regional liaisons for 2012-2013. Regional liaisons work with their regional meeting's coordinator to handle the review process for any papers related to Diversity and they serve to encourage diversity activities in their regions. If you are interested email Amelia Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, by the time of Annual meeting in August 2012, two 2014 mid-year meeting coordinators need to be identified. No, that's not a typo. The midyear meetings are planned well in advance because of the need for logistics with hotels and such. These volunteers need to be identified well advance so they can shadow the coordinators in the prior year and see what sort of decisions are being made and when (The AAA staff are great at helping out with timelines and deadlines!). This is definitely a two person job. Generally, one person handles the hotel logistics and one person handles the submissions and program logistics. If you are interested in serving, contact Amelia Baldwin at email@example.com.
Other volunteer opportunities are available. Just ask!
Officers and Coordinators
Officers and Coordinators 2011-2012
If you want to get involved, contact Amelia Baldwin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diversity Strategic Plan
Read the results of our recent Survey on Faculty Diversity.
Visit the Ernst & Young LLP Minority Recruiting Diversity Strategy Development Website.
Also, A White-Collar Profession: African American Certified Public Accountants since 1921, by Theresa A. Hammond, may now be ordered. The reviews of the book and order information are located at http://uncpress.unc.edu/books/T-5463.html. Copies were released shortly before 6/10/2002.