Career Center

As we all do our part and work together during these unprecedented circumstances, we want you to know that the American Accounting Association (AAA) is still working to make career connections for candidates seeking opportunities and recruiters who have active job postings.

While we made some changes to the Career Center at the Annual Meeting - there will not be a Career Fair or Interview Hall - we remain committed to advancing your career interests and connecting you with hiring institutions. We, as always, invite you to communicate directly through our job board, making connections as either a job candidate or recruiter.

The AAA Career Center, your trusted resource for career connections is available year-round. Post your jobs where the most qualified professionals will find and apply to them. Search and apply to the best jobs at institutions that value your credentials.

Career Services questions please email Mary Beth Gripshover

Preparing for the Interview Process Workshop
Workshop #1
Thursday, July 29th, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT

This session is open to all Annual Meeting registrants interested in learning or reviewing skills that are helpful while going through the job-seeking process. Whether you are new to the job market or transitioning to a new career, our panel will provide insightful tips and take your questions. There is no fee for this session. Registration is required. This workshop takes place Thursday, July, 29th, from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, EDT.

Workshop Panel:

Nancy Uddin - Monmouth University

Nancy Uddin is an Associate Professor of Accounting at Monmouth University, Leon Hess Business School. Nancy will become the Department Chair beginning July 2021, Chair 2014-2017 previously. She is a member of the New Faculty Search and Tenure and Promotion Committees. Nancy is a Past President of the Strategic and Emerging Technology Section and the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Accounting Association. Her areas of expertise include auditing, accounting information systems, and financial accounting.

Linda A. Myers - The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Linda A. Myers is a Distinguished Professor of Accounting and holder of the Haslam Chair of Business in the Haslam College of Business at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK). She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2001 and since that time, has served as the Recruiting Committee Chair at UTK and at the University of Arkansas, as well as a Recruiting Committee Member at Texas A&M University and at the University of Illinois. She currently teaches Ph.D. seminars in accounting and serves as Director of the Ph.D. Program in Accounting at UTK.

Christina R. Ruiz - University of Indiana, Bloomington

Christina R Ruiz will be starting her career as an Assistant Professor at Indiana University in Bloomington, Fall 2021. She is finishing her PhD at Arizona State University in 2021. Christina recently participated in the 2020 Accounting PhD Rookie Recruiting and Research Camp. Her research interests include corporate political activity, corporate taxation, and the debt markets.