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Thursday,  April 12, 2018
   
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm The Redd on Salmon Street, an Ecotrust Development Organization Tour


2:00 pm - 6:00 pm Accounting IS Big Data Workshop
Specialized Knowledge - 4.5 CH
Presenters: Jenn Petti, Tableau, Guido L. Geerts, University of Delaware

2:45 pm - 4:00 pm Doctoral Student Faculty Interchange I
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Yonca Ertimur, University of Colorado Boulder

External Financing and Taxes: Does Tax Avoidance Matter?
Yoojin Lee, University of California, Irvine
Terry J. Shevlin, University of California, Irvine
Aruhn V. Venkat, University of California, Irvine
Discussant: Eric James Allen, University of Southern California

Regulatory Treatment of Changes in Fair Value and the Composition of Banks’ Investment Portfolios
Jung Koo Kang, University of Southern California
Michael Iselin, University of Minnesota
Joshua Madsen, University of Minnesota
Discussant: Peter Demerjian, University of Washington

Within GAAP Discretion and Voluntary Disclosure
Richard Mergenthaler, The University of Arizona
Aaron Roeschley, The University of Arizona
Spencer N. Young, The University of Arizona
Discussant: Roger McNeill White, Arizona State University

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm Table Top Displays
   

4:15 pm - 5:30 pm Doctoral Student Faculty Interchange II
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Richard Mergenthaler, University of Arizona

Robo-Advisors and Investor Judgments: The Effects of Making Them More Humanlike

Frank Hodge, University of Washington
Kimberly Ikuta-Mendoza, University of Washington
Roshan Sinha, University of Washington
Discussant: Jeremy Douthit, The University of Arizona

The Effect of Office-Level Tax Characteristics on Auditor-Provided Tax Service Fees and Tax Outcomes
George Ryan Huston, Arizona State University
Steve Kaplan, Arizona State University
Christian Paparcuri, Arizona State University
Discussant: Linda K. Krull, University of Oregon

Understanding the Determinants of Board Busyness and the Relation Between Busyness and Performance
Tongqing Ding, University of Colorado Boulder
Discussant: Li Xu, Washington State University

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Welcome Reception

   
Friday, April 13, 2018
   
7:00 am - 4:00 pm Table Top Displays

AICPA, Wiley

7:00 am - 8:00 am Continental Breakfast

8:00 am - 8:10 am President’s Welcome
Speaker: Angela Woodland, Montana State University

8:10 am - 9:05 am Plenary Session #1
Current and Future Trends in Sustainability and a Challenge to Accountants
Personal Development - 1.0 CH
Panelists: Scott Hamlin, Looptworks, Tom Kelly, Neil Kelly Company


9:15 am - 10:15 am Plenary Session #2
Well, THAT Didn't Work. How Purposeful, Systematic and Continuous Improvement Has Kept Me from Throwing the Baby Out with the Bathwater (and other ways it has affected my teaching): Perspectives on Effective Teaching
Personal Development - 1.2 CH
Speaker:
Billie Cunningham, University of Missouri's School of Accountancy

10:15 am - 10:45 am Break

10:45 am - 12:00 pm Doctoral Student Faculty Interchange III
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Linda K. Krull, University of Oregon

Clawback Policy Enforcement following the Adoption: To Disclose or Not to Disclose

Yunshil Cha, Washington State University
Susan Gill, Washington State University
Bernard Wong-On-Wing, Washington State University
Discussant: Yonca Ertimur, University of Colorado Boulder

Step Zero: Implications of the Qualitative Goodwill Impairment Assessment for the Valuation of Goodwill
Katharine Wright Adame, University of Washington
Discussant: Atif Ellahie, The University of Utah

The Declining Cash Effective Tax Rates of U.S. Domestic Firms
David Guenther, University of Oregon
Kimberly S. Krieg, University of Oregon
Zhongyang (John) Li, University of Oregon
Discussant: Terry J. Shevlin, University of California, Irvine

10:45 am - 12:00 pm Concurrent Sessions

1.01: Oregon is #1 in Raising Cash for Accounting Education-How Do They Do it?

Personal Development - 1.5 CH
Presenter: Helen Gernon, University of Oregon

Using Supplemental Instruction to Improve Student Performance in Accounting Courses
Presenters: Nancy Mangold, California State University, East Bay
Kim M. Shima, California State University, East Bay
Jing-Wen Yang, California State University, East Bay

1.02: Embedding Big Data and Analytics into your Courses and Curriculum
Specialized Knowledge - 1.5 CH
Presenter: Guido L. Geerts, University of Delaware

1.03: Better Understanding the Profession
Communications and Marketing - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Richard Alan Minot, California State University, San Marcos

Developing Ethical Capabilities through Continuing Professional Education
Jane Cote, Washington State University
Claire Kamm Latham, Washington State University
Discussant: William B. Mesa, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Gender Representation among the Partnership at Large CPA Firms: An Examination of Public Filers and Governmental Entities
Elizabeth D. Almer, Portland State University
Kathleen Harris, Washington State University
Julia L. Higgs, Florida Atlantic University
Joseph R. Rakestraw, Florida Atlantic University
Discussant: Maria Wieczynska, Arizona State University

H-1B Visas and Wages in Accounting: Evidence from Deloitte’s Payroll
Thomas Bourveau, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Derrald Earl Stice, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Joseph Han Stice, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Roger McNeill White, Arizona State University
Discussant: Mitchell J. Oler, University of Wyoming

1.04: Financial Accounting Topics I
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Moderator: Benjamin Carl Anderson, San Jose State University

Cyclicality of Loan Loss Provisioning in the U.S. Banking Industry: Evidence from the Period 1993-2007
Burak Dolar, Western Washington University
Discussant: Josh Filzen, Boise State University

Individual Lawyers, the SEC Revolving Door, and Comment Letters
Michael Shen, Michigan State University
Samuel Tan, University of California, Berkeley
Discussant: TBD

1.05: Audit Topics
Auditing - 1.5 CH
Moderator: TBD

Risk Based Continuous Auditing Systems Using Data Driven Indicators
Daehyun Moon, University of La Verne
Discussant: Nathan Jeppson, Montana State University, Bozeman

Does China SOX Discourage Discretionary Accruals?
Li Dang, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Qiaoling Fang, Ocean University of China
Discussant: Gabriel Saucedo, Seattle University

Timing of Auditor Switches and Client Firm Risk
Youngwon Her, California State University, Northridge
Jennifer K. Howard, California State University, Long Beach
Myungsoo Son, California State University, Fullerton
Discussant: Nathan Jeppson, Montana State University, Bozeman


12:00 pm - 1:30 pm Lunch

Introduction
Speaker: Robin P. Clement, University of Oregon

The Accountant's New Full Employment Act: Tax Reform 2018
Taxes - 1.0 CH
Speaker: Richard Thornton, Portland State University

1:45 pm - 3:25 pm Doctoral Student Faculty Interchange IV
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Peter Demerjian, University of Washington

Determinants and Implications of Firm-Specific Guidance Policies
Claire Stratton, University of Oregon
Steven Roy Matsunaga, University of Oregon
Discussant: Sarah Shaikh, University of Washington

Financial Reporting Quality Impacts of Information Technology Expertise on Audit Committees
Musaib Ashraf, The University of Arizona
Paul N. Michas, The University of Arizona
Daniel Russomanno, The University of Arizona
Discussant: Dane M. Christensen, University of Oregon

Renegotiation Costs, Financial Contracting, and Lender Choice
Elia Ferracuti, The University of Utah
Arthur Morris, The University of Utah
Discussant: George Ryan Huston, Arizona State University

When the Presses Stop for Good: Disclosure and Payout Policy in the Aftermath of Local Newspaper Closures
Min Kim, Arizona State University
Discussant: Richard Mergenthaler, The University of Arizona

1:45 pm - 3:25 pm Concurrent Sessions

2.01: Shaping the Learning Experience Utilizing Technology in a Changing Educational Landscape
Specialized Knowledge - 2.0 CH

Presenters: Markus Ahrens, Saint Louis Community College, Meramec
Cathy J. Scott, Navarro College

2.02: Data Analytics Applied in Audit
Specialized Knowledge - 2.0 CH
Presenters: Nancy Mangold, California State University, East Bay
Mark D. Mayberry, BDO USA, LLP
Brian Miller, BDO USA, LLP

2.03: Cases to Enhance Learning
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator: Alan Keith Styles, California State University, San Marcos

Accounting Conversations: A Case Study in Auditor Communications
Gabriel Saucedo, Seattle University
Sarah Bee, Seattle University

Auditing an Acquisition: A Case Study
Magdy S. Farag, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

Implications of Two Employers on Self-Employment Taxes: A Teaching Case
Sheldon Ray Smith, Utah Valley University
Kevin R. Smith, Utah Valley University
Lynn Smith, Utah Valley University

Managing Reported Expenses and Accruals using Carryovers: Accounting Practices in Toshiba’s Visual Products Business
Amitabh Dugar, Bridgeway Capital Management
Mahendra R. Gujarathi, Bentley University

2.04: Financial Accounting Topics II
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Maria Wieczynska, Arizona State University

Are Fair Value Options Created Equal? A Study of SFAS 159 and Earnings Volatility
Robert Couch, Earlham College
Nicole Thibodeau, Nthandco Management Consultants
Wei Wu, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Discussant: Adam Greiner, University of Denver

Learning from Prices in Laboratory Financial Markets with Higher-Order Uncertainty
Radhika Lunawat, University of California, Irvine
Discussant: Yiting Cao, California State University, Los Angeles

What Drives R&D Intensive Stock Returns? A Variance Decomposition Analysis
Dimos Andronoudis, University of Bristol
Christina Dargenidou, University of Exeter
Eirini Konstantinidi, University of Manchester
Discussant: Hyun (Shana) A. Hong, University of California, Riverside

Impact of Disclosure Requirements on Investor Decisions
Naman Desai, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Sakina Poonawala, Indian Institute of Managemen Ahmedabad
Preet Deep Singh, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Discussant: Jeffrey Gramlich, Washington State University

2.05: CSR and Dodd-Frank
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Yu Li, University of Washington, Bothell

The Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility Investment and Disclosure on Cooperation in Business Collaborations
Sukari Farrington, Chapman University
Discussant: William B. Mesa, Metropolitan State University of Denver

The Potential “Backfire” Effect of Perceived CSR Commitment: A Comparison of Ordinary versus CSRRelated Product Failures

Leila Emily Hickman, The University of New Mexico
Bernard Wong-On-Wing, Washington State University
Discussant: Mahmoud M. Nourayi, Loyola Marymount University

Corporate Social Responsibility, an Umbrella or a Puddle on a Rainy Day?: Evidence Surrounding orporate Financial Misconduct
Wonik Choi, California State University, Fullerton
Jongwan Bae, Elon University
Jongha Lim, California State University, Fullerton
Discussant: Gabriel Saucedo, Seattle University

The Dodd-Frank Act’s Non-Uniform Regulatory Impact on the Banking Industry
Burak Dolar, Western Washington University
Ben Dale, Moss Adams, LLP
Discussant: William Robert Strawser, University of Colorado Denver

3:25 pm - 3:55 pm Break
Sponsored by AAA Teaching, Learning and Curriculum Section

3:55 pm - 5:35 pm Concurrent Sessions

3.01: Practical Ideas to Improve Learning and Engagement in your Accounting Classes from Make it Stick: the Science of Successful Learning
Personal Development - 2.0 CH

Presenters: Cassy Budd, Brigham Young University
Melissa Larson, Brigham Young University

3.02: What If Accounting Courses and Curriculum Were the “Vision Model?”
Specialized Knowledge - 2.0 CH
Presenter: Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest

3.03: Taxation Topics
Taxes - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Richard Alan Minot, California State University, San Marcos

Auditors and the Predictive Power of the Deferred Tax Valuation Allowance
Zhuoli Axelton, Washington State University
Jeffrey Gramlich, Washington State University
Kathleen Harris, Washington State University
Discussant: Robert J. Eger, Naval Postgraduate School

Investor-Level Taxes and Corporate Lobbying
Shihong Li, The University of New Mexico
Janet Alice Meade, University of Houston
Discussant: Jared Moore, Oregon State University

The Relation between Book-Tax Conformity and Earnings Quality: The Role of Accruals in Taxable Income
Kaishu Wu, University of Oregon
Discussant: Jeffrey D. Gramlich, Washington State University

Tax Farming: A Model of Tax Collection and an Application to Contracting Out Federal Delinquent Income Tax Collection
Robert J. Eger, Naval Postgraduate School
Sungkyu Jang, Indiana University South Bend
Discussant: Sheldon Ray Smith, Utah Valley University

3.04: Earnings and Other Comprehensive Income
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Sharon M. Lightner, National University

Other Comprehensive Income, Its Components, and Analysts’ Forecasts
Joshua D. Anderson, Boston University
Yiting Cao, California State University, Los Angeles
Edward Riedl, Boston University
Xiaotong Song, Boston University
Discussant: Fan Chen, SUNY College at Oneonta

Reporting Position and Market Pricing of Volatility of Comprehensive Income
Yiting Cao, California State University, Los Angeles
Qi (Flora) Dong, The Pennsylvania State University Erie
Discussant: Philipp Schaberl, University of Denver

The Effect of Real Earnings Management on the Persistence and Informativeness of Earnings
Yu Li, University of Washington, Bothell
Discussant: Adam Greiner, University of Denver

The Information Content of Fiscal-Year-End Earnings
Linda H. Chen, University of Idaho
George J. Jiang, Washington State University
Kevin X. Zhu, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University
Discussant: Mitchell Oler, University of Wyoming

3.05: Auditing and Public Interest
Auditing - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Angela M. Woodland, Montana State University

Auditor Expertise in the SEC Review Process: Evidence from IPO Registrations
Xia Xiao, The University of Arizona
Discussant: Maria Wieczynska, Arizona State University

Multiple-Auditor Appointment within Family Business Groups and Intragroup Value Transfers: Evidence from East Asia

Wenming Wang, Hong Kong Baptist University
Yan-Leung Cheung, The Education University of Hong Kong
In-Mu G. Haw, Texas Christian University
Weiqiang Tan, Hong Kong Baptist University
Discussant: Li Dang, California Polytechnic State University

Carbon Accounting: A Call for Regulatory Guidance
Jesse D. Beeler, Millsaps College
Jonathan Panter, Millsaps College
Discussant: TBD

It’s Illegal! – Marijuana Related Business and the Accounting Profession
Howard Charles Sparks, University of Alaska Fairbanks
F. James Arkell, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Discussant: Alan Keith Styles, California State University, San Marcos

6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Reception with Effective Learning Strategies Displays
Accounting - 1.0 CH

Poster 1: Accounting for Manufacturers of Adult-Use and Medical Cannabis
Josh Zender, Humboldt State University

Poster 2: A Methodology for Developing a Case-Based Fraud Examination Course
Sara Kern, Gonzaga University
Patricia Johnson, SUNY Fredonia
Kevin Dow, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Poster 3: Cheating: Your Accounting Students and the Internet
Letitia Meier Pleis, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Poster 4: Debating President Trump’s Tax Policy
Candice Correia, Whitworth University

Poster 5: Developing an Accounting Ethics to Meet CPA Licensure Requirements
Kristine M. Brands, Regis University

Poster 6: Doctrinal Law Courses - A Gateway to Accounting Concepts
Christine Kuglin, University of Denver
Amy Cardillo, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Poster 7: Just When You Thought No One Would Notice!
Christine Kuglin, University of Denver

Poster 8: Increasing the Pipeline to Ph.D. Programs
Kimberly F. Charron, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Poster 9: Using CPA Review Materials in an Intermediate Accounting Course to Increase Student Learning and Confidence in Taking the CPA Exam
Tara Lambert, Whitworth University
John Dexter, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

   
Saturday, April 14, 2018
   
7:00 am - 8:20 am Breakfast with Research Roundtable Forum Session
Accounting - 1.0 CH

Table 1: Institutional Logics Perspective in Computer-Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques Adoption: The Case of Indonesian Tax Administration
Agung Darono, Ministry of Finance of Republic of Indonesia
Tota Panggabean, California State University, Sacramento

The Impact of Firm’s CSR Activities on Auditor’s Fees
Foong Soon Cheong, New York University Shanghai
Changhee Lee, Ramapo College of New Jersey

Table 2: Climate Change Sustainability Disclosures by U.S. Oil & Gas Industry
Naoshin Zaman, Southern Connecticut State University
Kevin Feeney, Southern Connecticut State University

The (Not-So) Great British Weather? Exploring Corporate Accountability in Response to Climate hange-Induced Weather Risk
Elisabetta Barone, Brunel University London

Table 3: Analysts’ Reactions to Firms’ Real Activities Management
Joonho Lee, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Sung Gon Chung, Wayne State University

Table 4: Setco Automotive Ltd.
Naman Desai, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Joshy Jacob, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Savan Godiawala, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

8:00 am - 8:20 am Business Meeting

8:20 am - 8:50 am Plenary Session

Introduction
Speaker: Robin P. Clement, Program Chair, University of Oregon

Pathways to a Sustainable Future
Speaker: Anne L. Christensen, AAA President Montana State University

9:05 am - 10:45 am Concurrent Sessions

4.01: Transform Your Accounting Classes with Business Analytics Applications and Visualization Hemock
Specialized Knowledge - 2.0 CH
Presenter: Kristine M. Brands, Regis University

4.02: Designing Effective Online Courses with Innovative Technology and Quality Standards - Learning Class, Adaptive Learning, Accessibility, AI, Digital Badging, OER, Lecture Capture, VoIP, Academic Integrity, QM, QOLT Building Successful Online Campus with Innovative Technology and Initiatives
Specialized Knowledge - 2.0 CH

Presenters: Nancy Mangold, California State University, East Bay
Roger Wen, California State University, East Bay
Ying Guo, California State University, East Bay
Robert Lin, California State University, East Bay

4.03: Miscellaneous Accounting Topics I
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator: Gary P. Braun, California State University, Chico

Does Financial Misreporting Impact Peer Managers’ Operational Efficiency?
Brent Lao, Florida International University
Sheng Yi, Florida International University

Hand in the (Pot) Cookie Jar: Does Employee Substance Abuse Predict Financial Fraud?
Melanie I. Millar, Baylor University
Roger M. White, Arizona State University
Xin Zheng, Emory University

Impact of Regulation on Market Perceptions: Evidence Based on Related Party Transactions
Naman Desai, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Monika Gupta, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad/FLAME University
Joshy Jacob, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad
Ajay Pandey, Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad

The Effect of Institutional Ownership on Analyst Coverage: An Instrumental Variable Approach
Igor Kadach, New York University
Kate Emily Schain, New York University

4.04: Miscellaneous Accounting Topics II
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Angela M. Woodland, Montana State University

CEO Power, Board Oversight, and Tone of Earnings Announcements
David G. DeBoskey, San Diego State University
Yan Luo, San Diego State University
Linying Zhou, California State University, San Marcos
Discussant: Roger McNeill White, Arizona State University

How Corporate Reputations Affect Accounting Conservatism, Accruals and Real Earnings Management
Kourosh Amirkhani, Washington State University
Jennifer L. Brown, Arizona State University
Jeffrey Gramlich, Washington State University
Discussant: Hyung Tae (Ted) Kim, California State University, Fresno

Risk Factor Disclosures: Do Managers and Markets Speak the Same Language?
Josh Filzen, Boise State University
Garrett A. McBrayer, Boise State University
Kyle Shannon, Boise State University
Discussant: Joonho Lee, California State Polytechnic University

4.05: Financial and Managerial
Accounting - 2.0 CH
Moderator: Mitchell Oler, University of Wyoming

Accumulated Depreciation and Stock Returns: Another Measure of Agency Cost?
Foong Soon Cheong, New York University Shanghai
Discussant: Yu Li, University of Washington, Bothell

Soft Information Production and Investment in Specific Assets
Shubhashis Gangopadhyay, India Development Foundation
Radhika Lunawat, University of California, Irvine Clas Wihlborg, Chapman University
Discussant: Dimos Andronoudis, University of Bristol

Inside Debt and Agency Conflicts: Evidence from the Financial Crisis
Peter Demerjian, University of Washington
Paige Harrington Patrick, University of Washington
Frances Tice, University of Colorado Boulder
Discussant: Ozer Asdemir, University of St. Thomas

Is Cost Stickness Associated with Management Earnings
Shipeng Han, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
Ling Tuo, Lawrence Technological University
Discussant: Kevin Feeney, Southern Connecticut State University

10:45 am - 11:15 am Break

11:15 am - 12:30 pm Concurrent Sessions

5.01: Using Digital Courseware Analytics to Evaluate Student Abilities
Specialized Knowledge - 1.5 CH

Presenter: Julie Hansen, San Diego Mesa College

5.02: Converting Best Teaching Practices into Scholarship that Counts
Specialized Knowledge - 1.5 CH

Presenter: Gail Hoover King, Purdue University Northwest

5.03: A Bit of History and other Accounting Topics
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator: Robert J. Eger, Naval Postgraduate School

Expected vs. Ex-Post Profitability in the Cross-Section of Industry Returns

Andrew Detzel, University of Denver
Philipp Schaberl, University of Denver
Jack Strauss, University of Denver

From Integrity to Infamy: A Longitudinal Study of Visual Disclosure in Wells Fargo Annual Reports (1967–2016)
Diane H. Roberts, University of San Francisco

The Interaction of Incentive and Opportunity in Corporate Tax Avoidance - Evidence from Financially Constrained Firms
Kaishu Wu, University of Oregon

5.04: Hospitals, Schools and More
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator:
Howard Charles Sparks, University of Alaska Fairbanks

An Analysis of the Effects of the Financial Crisis of 2008 on Country Sustainability Efforts
Bryan Crusius, Trinity University
Chloe Bales, Trinity University
Shage Zhang, Trinity University
Amy Foshee Holmes, Trinity University

Exploring the Information Gap- Evidence from Washington State School Districts
Hanmei Chen, Western Washington University
Steven H. Smith, Western Washington University

Goal Setting as an Impression Management Tactic: A Case Study of Ontario Hospitals’ Quality Improvement Plans
Yee-Ching Lilian Chan, McMaster University
Sylvia H. Hsu, York University

Public Hospital Bankruptcies: An Examination of Instances Occurring in California During the Economic Recovery Period of 2014–2017
Josh Zender, Humboldt State University
Keren H. Deal, Auburn University at Montgomery

5.05: Miscellaneous Accounting Topics III
Accounting - 1.5 CH
Dialogue Session Facilitator: Mahmoud M. Nourayi, Loyola Marymount University

Ambidextrous Capabilities: Accounting in an Analytics Environment
William B. Mesa, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Do Insiders Manage Earnings around IPO Lockup Expiration?
Lizhong Hao, University of Portland
Minna Yu, Monmouth University

P-hacking in Academic Research: Evidence from Experimental Accounting Studies
Huasheng Gao, Fudan University
Wei Li, Nanyang Business School

Taking It to the Street: How Are CPA Firms Using Employer Branding to Attract New Graduates and Increase Person-Organization Fit?
Tara Lambert, Whitworth University
Emily Elsner Twesme, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire

   
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