Innovation in Accounting Education Award Winners
"Joe Hoyle: Teaching - Getting the Most From Your Students"
Sara Melendy and Gary Weber
"The Justice for Fraud Victims Project"
Mark A. Holtzblatt and Norbert Tschakert
"Experiential Learning via an Innovative Inter-University IFRS Student Video Competition"
"Practice4Performance: A Course-Management and Learning System"
Richard A. Riley, Jr.
"Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination"
Pamela A. Smith and Mark J. Kohlbeck
“Accounting for Derivatives and Hedging Activities: Comparison of Cash Flow versus Fair Value Hedge Accounting.”
"RealAudit Simulation Project"
Herbert Snyder and James Clifton
" Forensic Accounting Fieldwork, Media and Exercises Project"
School of Accountancy, Brigham Young University
"The BYU Ph.D. Prep Program"
Ernest R. Larkins and Julian Diaz III, both at Georgia State University
"Locating and Evaluating Tax Authority"
Parveen P. Gupta, Lehigh University
"MACC 424: Corporate Governance and Business Risk"
Noah P. Barsky and Anthony H. Catanach Jr., both at Villanova University
"Management Accounting: the Business Planning Model"
Harriet Maccracken, Julie Smith David, and Philip Reckers, all at Arizona State University
"An Introduction of Business Processes and ERP into the Introductory Accounting Class at Arizona State University"
William E. (Bill) McCarthy, Michigan State University
"The REA Approach to Teaching Accounting Information Systems"
Joseph T. Wells
Joan Van Hise
Anthhony Catanach, Jr.
School of Accountancy, Arizona State University
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Brigham Young University School of Accountancy & Information Systems
John M Andrus and William L. Felix, Jr., both at University of Arizona
"SCAD II: Simulated Case for Audit Decisions"
Janet G. Gillespie and Robert G. May, both at University of Texas at Austin
Marcia A. Niles, University of Idaho
Andrew S. Bailey, Jr.
S. Michael Groomer
Gary L. Holstrum
James K. Loebbecke
Robert G. May
Jay M. Smith, Jr.
D. Dewey Ward
Jean C. Wyer