Don't Miss the Plenary Sessions Planned for the 2013 Annual Meeting!
The theme of this year's Annual Meeting is "Brilliantly Disguised Opportunities" and the ways we are all called upon to examine the future of Higher Education, Academic Research, and Teaching and Learning. Each of our 3 plenary sessions will focus on one of these areas. What will higher education look like in 2023? How can we help invent a better future and embrace the brilliantly disguised opportunities that lie within each of these areas? Come to Anaheim and join the discussion. Click Here to learn more and to register.
Faculty-Student Collaborations in Accounting
NEW at this year's Annual Meeting is a day-long workshop on Wednesday, August 7, that will explore and discuss collaborations between accounting faculty and undergraduate or masters students: the Faculty-Student Collaborations in Accounting (FASTCA-13) Workshop. To find out more about this new program click here.
JOGNA Launches First Article
The first article for the Government and Nonprofit Section's new journal has been posted as Open Access in the AAA Digital Library. The purpose of the Journal of Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting (JOGNA) is to stimulate and report premier-quality research on a wide range of governmental and nonprofit accounting issues. The journal is interdisciplinary in scope and welcomes a broad array of research traditions and approaches. Click here to read the article and then offer your congratulations to the Section and the editor on the successful launch of this new journal.
Volunteer as a Discussant/Moderator—AAA 2013 Annual Meeting
NOTE: It is NOT necessary to log in to the website in order to volunteer. All you need is your AAA member ID. Click Here, and select the Section you want to volunteer to serve. Then enter your AAA member ID, and continue filling out the form.
Studies in Accounting Research (SAR)
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The Research Advisory Committee is currently accepting proposals and completed works for evaluation for possible publication in Studies in Accounting Research (SAR). SAR is a prestigious monograph series of the AAA that provides an outlet for seminal and innovative research not bounded by the usual space and topic constraints present in our journals. SAR is of significant benefit to authors in exploring a topic in great depth and as a resource for other researchers.
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