Doctoral/New Scholar Consortium
AAA Public Interest Section Doctoral Student and New Scholar Consortium
The Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association is sponsoring a Public Interest Section Doctoral Student and New Scholar Consortium in conjunction with the Public Interest Section's Midyear Meeting that is being held March 27-28, 2015 in Crystal City, Virginia. The Consortium will be held Friday morning prior to the start of the meeting. Breakfast will be provided during the consortium. The purpose of the Consortium is to stimulate students' and new scholars' awareness of public interest research in accounting by providing a forum for discussion and opportunities for networking with other Ph.D. students and new scholars interested in public interest issues in accounting and auditing. During the morning sessions experienced public interest researchers will lead discussions on public interest research topics such as accounting ethics, accounting and public policy, and accounting in its social, political and organizational context. During break-out sessions, the experienced public interest researchers will work one-on-one with more junior scholars to discuss their research. For additional information about the Public Interest Section Doctoral Student and New Scholars Consortium contact Charles Cullinan at email@example.com.
Doctoral Student and New Scholar Eligibility
The Consortium is open to all Ph.D. students and recent Ph.D. graduates (Ph.D. granted within the past three years) who have a desire to learn more about public interest research in accounting and auditing. Students may be at any stage in their program. New scholars may have been trained in any functional area and in any research methodology. There is a limit on the total number of students/recent graduates who can attend the Consortium. Applicants will be accepted on a first-come basis. Students/new scholars who attend the Consortium will receive two years of complimentary membership in the Public Interest Section of the AAA if they are current members of the AAA.
Doctoral Student and New Scholar Registration Information
Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the University of Central Florida's Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting, the Public Interest Section Doctoral Student and New Scholar Consortium is free. Any student/new scholar wishing to attend must complete the registration process. Space is limited and participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. For those who would like to attend the Public Interest Section Mid-Year Meeting (March 27-28) that follows the Consortium, the Midyear Meeting registration fee for students is $35; for new scholars it is $200. Deadline for consortium and conference registration is March 2. PLEASE NOTE: Students/New Scholars who plan to attend both the consortium and midyear meeting may register online or by fax. If you are planning to attend the consortium only, you must complete the PDF Registration Form and fax it to 941-923-4093. Online registration is not available for those attending the consortium only.
Doctoral Student Scholarships
A limited number of scholarships are available to doctoral students who are attending the consortium and the midyear meeting. Requests should be sent to Patrick Kelly,firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting Cancellation Policy
There is expected to be a wait list, so please cancel your registration if you are not able to attend. This will allow another who is wait-listed to attend the Consortium. Email your cancellation to the AAA (Info@aaahq.org). Public Interest Section Mid-Year Meeting cancellation requests received after March 2 will incur a $25 cancellation charge. No refunds will be available for cancellations after March 16, or for no-shows.
Doctoral Student and New Scholar Consortium Schedule
Charles Cho, ESSEC Business School
Amy Hageman, Kansas State University
Paul Williams, North Carolina State University
|7:30 am–8:00 am
|8:00 am–9:45 am
|9:45 am–10:00 am
|10:00 am–11:45 am
|12:00 pm–1:30 pm