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2017 Mid-Atlantic Region Meeting

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Thursday, May 4, 2017
  
9:00 am - 10:00 am Workshop 1: AICPA Audit Data Standards
  
10:05 am - 11:05 am Workshop 2: Ethics: Values & Beliefs, Traditions, and Whistle Blowing
  
11:10 am - 12:15 pm Workshop 3: New Revenue and Lease Standards
  
12:00 pm–5:00 pm Doctoral/Junior Faculty Consortium
  
12:30 pm–4:30 pm Security & Exchange Commission Tour
  
4:00 pm–8:00 pm Table Top Displays

              

   
  
5:30 pm–7:30 pm Welcome Reception
  
Friday, May 5, 2017
  
7:00 am–4:00 pm

Table Top Displays

AICPA, Becker, Mcgraw Hill Education, Roger CPA Review, Surgent CPA

  
7:00 am–8:00 am Continental Breakfast
  
8:00 am–9:05 am Plenary Session - The Future of the Accounting Profession: A Panel Discussion with Regency AB CPA State Society CEOs
Moderator: Jan L. Williams, University of Baltimore

Panelists: Michael Colgan, Pennsylvania Institute of CPAs
Tom Hood, Maryland Association of CPAs
Judy A. Proctor, West Virginia Society of CPAs
Ralph Albert Thomas, New Jersey Society of CPAs
  
9:15 am–10:15 am

Plenary Session 2 - Visual Analytics in the Classroom
Speaker: Charles Hooper, BIAlytics and Tableau Zen Master

  
10:15 am–10:45 am Break with Refreshments
  
10:45 am–12:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

Session 1.01: Creating Opportunities for Students to Explore and Utilize the SEC Website in Accounting Classes
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.5 CH
Presenter: Janice E. Rummell, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Session 1.02: How Big Data and Analytics Fits into Accounting Courses and Curriculum
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.5 CH
Presenter: Chuck Hooper, Byalitics and Tableau Zen Master
Robyn L. Raschke, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Session 1.03: Audit Firm and Opinions
Auditing - 1.5 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator: Stephanie Ross, The University of Texas at San Antonio

Board Independence, Audit Opinion, and Market Reactions to Earnings Announcements
Young Park, University of the District of Columbia

Over-the-Counter (OTC) Market Companies and Auditor Choice
Shifei Chung, Rowan University
Mei Zhang, Rowan University
Ramesh Narasimhan, Montclair State University

The Association between Audit Committee Financial Expert Characteristics and Audit Fees
Ayishat Omar, Morgan State University
Sheela Thiruvadi, Morgan State University
Bilal Makkawi, Morgan State University

The Rise of Management Consulting Services within Audit Firms and its Effect on Audit Quality
Linda J. Flaming, Monmouth University
Nancy Uddin, Monmouth University

The Impact of the New IFRSs Developments on the Value-Relevance of Earnings and Book Values in Equity Valuation
Mostafa El Shamy, Kuwait University
Metwally Ahmed Kayed, Kuwait University
Ali Hewaidy, Kuwait University

Session 1.04: Public Interest
Regulatory Ethics - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Ramesh Narasimhan, Montclair State University

A Study on the Association between Managerial Ability and Real Earnings Management Among Clawback Voluntary Adopters
Dina F. El Mahdy, Morgan State University
Henry Kimani Mburu, The Catholic University of Eastern Africa
Alex Tang, Morgan State University
Discussant: Mostafa Maksy, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Auditor Litigation and the Market and Legal Penalties on Client Firms
Nana Yamfo Amoah, Old Dominion University
Isaac Bonaparte, Towson University
Anthony Jerome Anderson, Howard University
Discussant: Ramesh Narasimhan, Montclair State University

History of Blowing the Whistle and the Perceptions
Joseph Riotto, New Jersey City University
Alysson Vamvas, New Jersey City University
Discussant: Alyssa Sui Jing Ong, West Virginia University

Session 1.05: Behavioral Accounting
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Lasse Mertins, Johns Hopkins University

Does Benefit Corporation Status Matter to Investors? An Exploratory Study of Investor Perceptions and Decisions
Lauren A. Cooper, West Virginia University
Jill Weber, University of Wisconsin–Whitewater
Discussant: Linda J. Flaming, Monmouth University

Market Orientation Effects on Business School Performance: Views from Accounting Chairpersons and Deans of AACSB Public and Private Business Schools
Robert L. Webster, Ouachita Baptist University
Kevin L. Hammond, The University of Tennessee at Martin
Jeanie A. Curry, Ouachita Baptist University
Discussant: Megan Marie Jones, West Virginia University

Validation of the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale-10 (CD-RISC10) with a U.S. Public Accounting Sample
Kenneth Jonathan Smith, Salisbury University
David J. Emerson, Salisbury University
Discussant: Alyssa Sui Jing Ong, West Virginia University
  
12:00 pm–1:30 pm Business Meeting and Luncheon
Welcome Remarks from the Mid-Atlantic Region President

Scott Fleming, West Virginia University

Innovation in Assurance
Auditing - 1.0 CH
Speaker: Jana Hranaiova, Audit Risk Analytics for Assurance Services, EY
  
1:45 pm–3:25 pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session 2.01: Running a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Site on a College Campus
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Steven Balsam, Temple University
Panelist: Anita Carter, Internal Revenue Service

Session 2.02: Converting Best Teaching Practices into Scholarship that Counts
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 2.0 CH

Presenters: Robyn L. Raschke, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest

Session 2.03: Forecasts and Analysts
Accounting - 2.0 CH

Moderator:
Cecilia Q. Feng, Stony Brook University, SUNY

An Examination of Non-Investor Stakeholders’ Use of Earnings Heuristics
Sijing Wei, University of Maryland College Park
Discussant: Dina F. El Mahdy, Morgan State University

Do Investors Unravel Earnings Management to Meet or Narrowly Beat Analysts' Expectations? Evidence from Conference Calls
Yuan Ji, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Oded Rozenbaum, George Washington University
Discussant: Yi Liang, Temple University

Investment Efficiency, Forecasting Consistency and Litigation Risk
Chen-Lung Chin, National Chengchi University
Peng-Chia Chiu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Yu Po-Hsiang, National Chengchi University
Discussant: Mohsen Souissi, Fayetteville State University

Google Search Volume and Financial Analyst Information Environment: Does Investors’ Information Demand Affect Information Uncertainty and Precision?
Tien Lee, McMaster University
Discussant: Vasundhara Chakraborty, Monmouth University

Session 2.04: Audit Quality, Opinions, and Specialization
Auditing - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Linval Frazer, SUNY College at Old Westbury

Specialized Auditors in Strategic Alliances
Angela K. Gore, George Washington University
Yuan Ji, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Yanfeng Xue, The George Washington University
Discussant: Ramesh Narasimhan, Montclair State University

Investigating the Demand for Low Audit Quality: An Investigation of Companies that Hire Triennial Auditors with a Part II Report
Jared A. Eutsler, University of North Texas
Darin Kip Holderness, West Virginia University
Megan Marie Jones, West Virginia University
Discussant: TBD

The Impact of Job Satisfaction on Audit Quality
Phong Truong, Carnegie Mellon University
Discussant: Linval Frazer, SUNY College at Old Westbury

The Effects of a Qualified Audit Opinion on Investors’ Judgment and Decisions after the 2008 Financial Crisis
Botao Chen, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Xia Zhang, Jackson State University
Discussant: Linda J. Flaming, Monmouth University

Session 2.05: Financial Statement Disclosure
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Lauren A. Cooper, West Virginia University

The Information Content of Corporate Litigation Disclosure of Shareholder Class Action Lawsuits
Zhanel DeVides, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden
Hyoseok Hwang, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden
Discussant: Xudong Li, Monmouth University

Can Superior Sustainability Governance Improve Voluntary Corporate Social Responsibility Disclosure?
Jun Guo, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden
Chun K. Hoi, Rochester Institute of Technology
Rong Yang, Rochester Institute of Technology
Yang Yu, Rochester Institute of Technology
Discussant: Robert Felix, University of Baltimore

The Role of Mandatory Financial Disclosure on Insider Trading: Evidence from Cash Flow Hedge and SFAS 161
Jungbae Kim, New York University
Discussant: Shin Hyoung Kwon, The Pennsylvania State University Erie

Cross-Listings and Voluntary Disclosure: International Evidence
Long Chen, George Mason University
Yashu Dong, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Jeff Ng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Albert Tsang, York University
Discussant: Minna Yu, Monmouth University

  
3:25 pm–3:55 pm Ice Cream Social Break
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3:55 pm–5:35 pm Concurrent Sessions

Session 3.01: The Accreditation Landscape: Seeking the Best Outcomes for Your Programs
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.5 CH

Susan Crosson, American Accounting Association

There are many players and interests in the accreditation landscape today. This session presents an overview of the landscape, shares assurance trends, and encourages faculty and program directors to utilize the best accreditation has to offer instead of just "checking the box."

Session 3.02: Big Data and Analytics Cases and Data Sets
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 2.0 CH
Presenters: Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest
Robyn L. Raschke, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Session 3.03: Tax
Taxes - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Trevor Sorensen, West Virginia University

CEO Sports Hobby and Firms’ Tax Aggressiveness
Shuqing Luo, National University of Singapore
Terry J. Shevlin, University of California, Irvine
Shi Lirong, National University of Singapore
Aimee Shih, National University of Singapore
Discussant: Trevor Sorensen, West Virginia University

Regulation and Tax Preparer Qualifications
John S. Treu, West Virginia University
Trevor Sorensen, West Virginia University
Matthew Reidenbach, Pace University
Discussant: Linval Frazer, SUNY College at Old Westbury

The Influence of CEO Power and Public Outrage on I.R.C. Section 162(m) Compliance
Amy J. N. Yurko, Duquesne University
Steven Balsam, Temple University
John H. Evans III, University of Pittsburgh
Discussant: Lauren A. Cooper, West Virginia University Conference Theater

Session 3.04: Government, Audit, and XBRL
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Vasundhara Chakraborty, Monmouth University

Applying Interpersonal Relationships and Integrity to Strengthen Accountants’ Continuing Professional Ethics Education
Eileen Z. Taylor, North Carolina State University
Alan Reinstein, Wayne State University
Natalie T. Churyk, Northern Illinois University
Discussant: TBD

Impact of Internal Control Weaknesses on XBRL Disclosure
Seokyoun Hwang, College of Staten Island–CUNY
Won Gyun No, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Jongkyum Kim, SUNY at New Paltz
Discussant: TBD

Societal Trust and the Economic Behavior of Nonprofit Organizations
Robert Felix, University of Baltimore
Jan L. Williams, University of Baltimore
Mikhail Pevzner, University of Baltimore
Greg Gaynor, University of Baltimore
Discussant: Richard Brooks, West Virginia University

The Growing Net Pension Liability: The Cases of New Jersey, Illinois, and Rhode Island
Karen Bassil, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Discussant: Richard Brooks, West Virginia University Jefferson

Session 3.05: History and Public Interest
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator: Behnaz Z. Quigley, Marymount University

Further Exploration of the Contents in the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad’s Annual Reports: 1857–1893
Kevin Feeney, Southern Connecticut State University

The Role of Management & Management Control Systems in the Unrealized Promise of Xerox PARC
Wilfred Wu, University of Portland
Cecilia Henghsiu Lin, University of Portland

Corporate Governance and the Global Financial Crisis: Some Recommendations
Dina F. El Mahdy, Morgan State University
Cynthia Tollerson, Morgan State University
Bilal Makkawi, Morgan State University

Does the Intent to Whistle Blow in Business Support Finn’s Model for Individual Employment Options?
Richard A. Bernardi, Roger Williams University
Magee S. Kmec, Roger Williams University
Kathryn E. McCusker, Roger Williams University
Michelle E. Possidente, Roger Williams University
Ryan A. Techiera, Roger Williams University

GASB 68 and Its Impact on the Cost of Debt
Fang Sun, Queens College–CUNY
  
6:00 pm–8:00 pm Reception with Effective Learning Strategies Displays
Accounting - 1.0 CH

An Evaluation of Repeated Material Weakness Disclosures
Bill Heninger, Brigham Young University
Mason Snow, Brigham Young University

Cross-Acceleration, Board Independence, and Bond Yield Spreads
Anthony Meder, Binghamton University, SUNY

Director Liability Reduction Laws and Conditional Conservatism
Sudipta Basu, Temple University
Yi Liang, Temple University

Do Institutional Investors Use the Information in Customer Complaints? An Analysis of the Auto Industry
Abdullah Kumas, University of Richmond
Sami Keskek, University of Arkansas
Marshall A. Geiger, University of Richmond

It’s Not a Secret Anymore! – PRC Company and Audit Firm Collide
Kathleen Rankin, Morgan State University
Dina F. El Mahdy, Morgan State University
Stephen E. Rau, Duquesne University

Political Connection of Socially Irresponsible Firms
Jun Guo, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Camden
Sungsoo Kim, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

The Association between Audit Fees and CEO Age
David Manry, University of New Orleans
Yun-Chia Yan, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

The Impact of Fraudulent and Erroneous Reservation Made in Global Distribution Systems
Onder Kaymaz, Central Connecticut State University

CEO Compensation Design Project: Selecting Performance Goals & Implementing Corporate Social Responsibility
Amy J. N. Yurko, Duquesne University

Integrating Codification Research and Memo Writing into Intermediate Accounting
Sean Andre, West Chester University

Learning Accounting Using Socrative

Fang Zhao, Merrimack College

Setting the "Accounting Hook:" Using Humor and an Active Learning Classroom to Recruit and Retain Accounting Majors
Robert L. Webster, Ouachita Baptist University

Taxes & Life: Taxation for Non-Business Majors
Stephen C. Gara, Drake University

Dinner on Your Own
  
Saturday, May 6, 2017
  
7:00 am–8:20 am Breakfast with Roundtable Forum
Accounting - 1.0 CH

Table 1:
Effect of Goal Congruence on Employee Dysfunctional Behavior During Budgetary Participation
Saad Hossain, University of Guelph
Kalinga Jagoda, Mount Royal University

Table 2:
Audit Fee Trends from 2000 to 2014
Lucy Lim, Howard University
R. Mithu Dey, Howard University

Auditor Pricing of Delisting Risk: Evidence from Reverse Stock Splits
Kathleen Rankin, Morgan State University
Kimberly Gleason, University of Pittsburgh
Deborah Smith, Cleveland State University
Bilal Makkawi, Morgan State University

New European Union Rules on Audits
Alan Reinstein, Wayne State University
Barbara Apostolou, West Virginia University

Using Judaic Rules to Develop New Perspectives on Auditors’ Materiality Decisions
Alan Reinstein, Wayne State University
Shlomo S. Sawilowsky, Wayne State University
Eileen Z. Taylor, North Carolina State University

Table 3:
Analysis of Corruption, Taxation and Revenue of West African Countries
Loretta Baryeh, Coppin State University
Hyacinth Ezeka, Coppin State University

Is Disclosure Transparency a Panacea to IPO Underpricing?
Yi Yao, Nankai University
Isabel Wang, Michigan State University

Oil Revenue a Hindrance to Tax Revenue Generation, Ghana and Nigeria. Tax and Oil Revenue Generation in Ghana and Nigeria
Loretta Baryeh, Coppin State University
Hyacinth Ezeka, Coppin State University

Table 4:
Adhocracy and Strategic Management Accounting
Sean Stein Smith, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey

Is There a Link between Choice of Management’s Forecast Precision and Management’s Intentions to Use Irregularities?
Yu-Ho Chi, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke
David A. Ziebart, University of Kentucky

Table 5:
Reexamining the Association between Environmental Disclosure and Environmental Performance
Hani Tadros, Elon University
Michel L. Magnan, Concordia University

Tone-at-the-Top Lessons from Abrahamic Justice

Dov Fischer, Brooklyn College–CUNY

Table 6:
Factors Associated with Student Performance in Advanced Accounting: An Empirical Investigation
Mostafa M. Maksy, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Student Learning Outcomes Assessment - Financial Accounting
Joseph Patrick Cunningham, Albright College

Table 7:
Business Ethics and Financial Reporting: Earnings Management During Periods of Economic Recessions
Waqar I Ghani, Saint Joseph’s University

Dodd-Frank Act and the Valuation of Public versus Private Firms
Kang Cheng, Morgan State University
Mohammad Tavakolifar, Morgan State University

Does Restating Financial Statements Influence Dividend Policy? A Case of Qatari Companies
Husam Aldamen, Qatar University
Janice Hollindale, Bond University
Abdul Quddoos Abdul Basith, Qatar University
Khaled Hosny, Qatar University
  
8:20 am–8:50 am

Plenary Session - Imagining Our Future: Envisioning Our Second Century
Speaker:
Mark Dawkins, AAA Council Chair, University of North Florida

  
9:05 am–10:45 am Concurrent Sessions

Session 4.01: Accounting and Analytic Tools You Can Add Today to Your Classes
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 2.0 CH
Presenter: Susan Crosson, American Accounting Association

Session 4.02: Teaching Techniques and Tips: Strategies for Today’s Classroom and Learners
Personal Development - 2.0 CH
Presenters: Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest

Session 4.03: Fraud and Financial Reports
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Daniel Tinkelman, Brooklyn College-CUNY

An Analysis of the Sources of Value Loss Following Financial Restatements
Keejae P. Hong, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Sang Hyun Park, Augusta University
Sukesh Patro, Northern Illinois University
Jaywon Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Discussant: Megan Marie Jones, West Virginia University

Changing the Nature of Audit Procedures to Deter Fraud
Alyssa Sui Jing Ong, West Virginia University
Darin Kip Holderness, West Virginia University
Scott Fleming, West Virginia University
Discussant: Megan Marie Jones, West Virginia University

Corporate Culture and Financial Reporting Risk: Looking Through the Glassdoor
Yuan Ji, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Oded Rozenbaum, George Washington University
Kyle Welch, George Washington University
Discussant: Nancy Kangogo, Kent State University

Proposed Multidimensional Fraudulence Risk Models: Auditing for Dark Tetrad Individuals and their Opposites in Organizations
Jana Price Wilhelm, University of Kentucky
Paul Wilhelm, Sullivan University
Discussant: Janice E. Rummell, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Session 4.04: Banks, Loans, and Goodwill
Economics - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Shifei Chung, Rowan University

Interaction between Securitization Gains and Abnormal Loan Loss Provisions: Credit Risk Retention and Fair Value Accounting
Qiuhong Zhao, Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi
Discussant: Keejae P. Hong, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Is Bank Supervision Effective? Evidence from the Allowance for Loan and Lease Losses
Ling Yang, University of Chicago
Discussant: Yu-Ho Chi, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

SFAS 166/167 and the Cost of Equity Capital: Evidence from Banks
Qiuhong Zhao, Texas A&M University–Corpus Christi
Discussant: Abdullah Kumas, University of Richmond

The Delay in Recognizing Goodwill Impairment: Flawed Audit Process or Insufficient Effort?
Trevor Sorensen, West Virginia University
Discussant: Keval U. Amin, Stony Brook University, SUNY

Understanding the Implications: Accounting Reports and Disclosure Practices
Kalinga Jagoda, University of Guelph
Discussant: Yu-Ho Chi, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke Jefferson

Session 4.05: Stocks, Shares, and Investors
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Lauren A. Cooper, West Virginia University

Share Repurchase Plans and Accounting Conservatism
Gerald Lobo, University of Houston
Ashok Robin, Rochester Institute of Technology
Kean Wu, Rochester Institute of Technology
Discussant: Robert Felix, University of Baltimore

The Drivers of Integration Charges, the Opportunistic Use of Their Reversal, and the Impact of SFAS 141®
James Potepa, George Washington University
Discussant: Minna Yu, Monmouth University

Goodwill Impairment Losses and Corporate Debt Maturity
Amy E. Ji, Saint Joseph’s University
Discussant: Phong Truong, Carnegie Mellon University

Share Repurchase Plans and Accounting Conservatism
Gerald Lobo, University of Houston
Ashok Robin, Rochester Institute of Technology
Kean Wu, Rochester Institute of Technology
Discussant: Robert Felix, University of Baltimore

Choice of Successful Efforts versus Full Cost Methods in the Oil and Gas Industry Communicate Different Information about Financial Reporting Quality
Dana Hollie, Louisiana State University
Russell Barber, Louisiana State University
Discussant: Xudong Li, Monmouth University
  
10:45 am–11:15 am Break
  
11:15 am–12:30 pm Concurrent Sessions

Session 5.01: Navigating Your Homework Submission Package – Insights from the Publishers
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 2.0 CH
Presenter: Kang Cheng, Morgan State University

IBM Watson, Tableau, or SEC's New Inline Viewer are some of the free academics tools and resources available to you and your students. Which will you choose?

Session 5.02: Data Driven Decisions in Accounting Education
Specialized Knowledge and Applications - 1.5 CH

Presenter: Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest Lincoln

Session 5.03: Management Accounting
Finance - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Kalinga Jagoda, University of Guelph

Accountants as Strategic Partners and a Risk Culture Open to Challenges

Regina Bento, University of Baltimore
Lasse Mertins, Johns Hopkins University
Lourdes White, University of Baltimore
Discussant: Mostafa Maksy, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Capital Budgeting: The Case of Change in The Capital Structure
Mohammad Tavakolifar, Morgan State University
Discussant: SheChih Chiu, Woosong University

How Much Attention do Evaluators Pay to CSR Information and Does This Impact the Performance Ratings in a Balanced Scorecard Setting?
Lucia Bellora-Bienengraeber, University of Hamburg
Lasse Mertins, Johns Hopkins University
Alexander Bassen, University of Hamburg
Discussant: Mostafa Maksy, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

Session 5.04: TLC and Gender
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator: Jan L. Williams, University of Baltimore

Accounting Labs as Scaffolding: Effect on Student Learning and Performance in Introductory Accounting Courses
Devon Baranek, Rider University
Nandini Chandar, Rider University
Margaret O’Reilly-Allen, Rider University

An Empirical Examination of Self-Employed Accountants: The Impact of Gender and Immigrant Status
Kathryn Yeaton, Ramapo College
Jennifer Yeaton, University of Virginia
Jeremy Yeaton, Fulbright Program

Analyzing Pedagogical Approaches Used in Second Auditing Courses
Alan Reinstein, Wayne State University
Natalie T. Churyk, Northern Illinois University

MOOCs’ Impact on the Accounting Higher Education and the Accounting Profession
Alan Reinstein, Wayne State University
Stefanie Tate, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Natalie T. Churyk, Northern Illinois University

Session 5.05: Service Learning and Cases
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Ramesh Narasimhan, Montclair State University

Lessons in Managerial Accounting from a Service Learning Project at a Local Soup Kitchen
C. Andrew Lafond, La Salle University
Bruce A Leauby, La Salle University
Kristin Wentzel, La Salle University
Discussant: Veronica Paz, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Three Cases in Basic Financial Ratio Analysis
Kristy Schenck, Bucknell University
Cynthia P. Guthrie, Bucknell University
Discussant: Linda J. Flaming, Monmouth University

Camden Collegebound: A Case Study in Not-for-Profit Expansion
Kathryn Yeaton, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Discussant: Richard Gifford, SUNY, Geneseo

  
 

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