The intent of this award is to encourage innovations in accounting history education. The award (a plaque) will be presented to an individual(s) who has developed and implemented an innovative technique/method for incorporating accounting history topics into undergraduate or graduate accounting courses. To be eligible, the innovation must have been used in a course that the applicant has taught or is currently teaching.
Examples of innovative techniques/methods include, but are not limited to:
Developing a case, video, audio or course syllabus, etc., that can be used to integrate accounting history topics into accounting courses; or
Presenting a seminar or condensed course on an accounting history topic.
Electronic submissions only should include the following items (as applicable):
A description of the innovative technique/method;
Submission of the case, video, audio or other innovation, as appropriate, and teaching notes;
Identification and description of the course or seminar in which the innovation was used; and
An explanation of how the innovation has enriched the accounting course being taught.
Send nominations to: Academy Executive Committee at email@example.com.
Congratulations to the 2020 Recipient!
Louella Moore, Washburn University
Dr. Louella Moore (CPA/CGMA) is a Professor of Accounting at Washburn University, Topeka, Kansas USA. Currently serving as an Associate Editor for Accounting Education, she teaches financial and managerial accounting at the undergraduate through master’s level. She is a member of the AAA Public Interest Section and Academy of Accounting Historians.
Past recipients of the Award:
2019: Edward Mendlowitz (WithumSmith+Brown, PC)
2018: John Keyser (Case Western Reserve University)
2017: No Award Presented
2016: Edgard Cornacchione (University of Sao Paulo)
2015: James McKinney (University of Maryland)
2014: Stephan A. Fafatas (Washington and Lee University)
2013: Donald Ariail (Southern Polytechnic State University); Joseph Durden (Nova Southeastern University); Marilyn Leathart (Texas A&M University - Central Texas); Lynette Capman Vasill (Texas A&M University - San Antonio)
2012: No Award Presented
2011: Bob van den Brand, Eddy Cardinaels, Gert Jan Luijten, Ivo van Amelsfoort and Edith Leung (Tilburg University)
2010: Thomas Tyson (St. John Fisher College)
2009: Jayne Bisman (Charles Sturt University) and Ellen Uppman (University of Portland)
2008: Robert Bloom (John Carroll University)
2006: No Award Presented
2004: David Oldroyd (University of Newcastle)
2003: William Samson (University of Alabama)
2001: David S. Deines and David R. Vruwink (Kansas State University)