2016 Award Winners

TLC Outstanding Accounting Education Research Award 2016

David E. Stout and Donald E. Wygal

"Shining a Light on Effective Teaching Best Practices: Survey Findings from Award-Winning Accounting Educators"

TLC Outstanding Instructional Contribution in Accounting 2016

Stacy A. Mastrolia and Curtis M. Nicholls

"Second Chance Homeless Shelter: A Fraud Exercise in Introductory and Survey Courses in Accounting"

TLC Hall of Honor Award 2016

E. Kent St. Pierre

TLC Leadership, Initiative and Service Award 2016

Gail Hoover King
President 2014-2016

TLC Leadership and Service Award – 2014-2016 VP Academic

Natalie Churyk

2015 Award Winners

TLC Outstanding Accounting Education Research Award 2015

Mark Holtzblatt and Norbert Tschakert

"Baker Hughes: Greasing the Wheels in Kazakhstan (FCPA violations and implementation of a corporate ethics and anti-corruption compliance program)"

TLC Hall of Honor Award 2015

Susan Crosson

TLC Leadership & Service Award 2015 - VP Practice

John DeMelis

TLC Leadership & Service Award 2015 - Treasurer

Bambi Hora

2014 Award Winners

TLC 2014 Outstanding Accounting Education Research Award

Carol Springer Sargent, Middle Georgia State College

"Find It, Fix It, and Thrive: The Impact of Insisting on Proficiency in Prerequisite Knowledge in Intermediate Accounting"

TLC 2014 Outstanding Instructional Contribution Award

David E. Stout, Youngstown State University

"Pack-and-Go Delivery Service: A Multi-Component Cost-Volume-Profit (CVP) Learning Resource"

TLC 2014 Hall of Honor Award

Cathleen Burns, University of Colorado-Boulder

Letter from the President

Dear TLC Section Members

I trust that everyone has kicked off another great year by now and you are all in the thick of teaching. We do have a few updates for everyone so I will get right to it.

The third Teaching Learning and Curriculum Midyear Colloquium sponsored by KPMG took place on November 9 and 10, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. We opened the meeting with an address from David Pace of Indiana University, who helped us see how expertise is necessary for teaching to occur, but that same expertise can prevent learning when what is “natural” to us is “invisible” to students...

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