Accomplishments: Department of Accounting

November 18, 2021
Jason Smith (Accounting) recently had his publication titled  "An Audit Quality Inspection Scandal: Ethical Lapses in a Misguided Attempt to Alleviate Regulatory Scrutiny" accepted by Issues in Accounting Education, the premier educational journal in accounting.  The case, co-authored by Smith, Johnk Keyser of Case Western Reserve University, and…
November 15, 2021
Jenny Ulla (Accounting) recently had her paper titled "Man versus Machine: Complex Estimates and Auditor Reliance on Artificial Intelligence" accepted by the Journal of Accounting and Research, one of the top three academic journals in accounting. The study, co-authored by Benjamin P. Commerford, Sean A. Dennis, and Jennifer R. Joe, examines how "…
September 22, 2021
Robyn Raschke (Accounting) and Anjala Krishen (Marketing and International Business) published with their co-author Michael Lee of the Skema Business School in the Journal of Business Research, "Signaling green! firm ESG signals in an interconnected environment that promote brand valuation."    
May 26, 2021
Robert M. Cornell (Accounting) has a forthcoming article with Eddward T. Herron (University of Central Oklahoma) in Journal of Business Research, titled “Creativity Amidst Standardization: Is Creativity Related to Auditors’ Recognition of and Responses to Fraud Risk Cues?” The research examines the association between aspects of creativity and…
April 12, 2021
Paulette Tandy (Accounting) recently received a $10,000 grant from the Internal Audit Foundation for The Institute for Internal Auditors' (IIA) Internal Auditing Education Partnership (IAEP) program for the 2021-22 academic year. The grant will be used to hire a teaching assistant to help with the internal auditing classes and continuing to…
March 12, 2021
Jason Smith (Accounting) and his co-authors Eric T. Rapley (Colorado State University) and, Jesse C. Robertson (University of North Texas) recently had their paper, "The Effects of Disclosing Critical Audit Matters and Auditor Tenure on Nonprofessional Investors' Judgements," accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy…
March 10, 2021
Aaron Saiewitz (Accounting) published an article for The Conversation titled "Support for Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Package May Not Be as Broad as it Seems – It’s All a Matter of Perspective" with Dave Piercey from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The Conversation is a website dedicated to sharing academic research with a…
February 24, 2021
Anjala Krishen (Marketing) and Robyn Raschke (Accounting) received honorable mention for Outstanding Journal of Marketing Education Article of the Year for “The Story Only Few Can Tell: Exploring the Disproportionately Gendered Professoriate in Business Schools."    
January 14, 2021
Robyn Raschke (Accounting), Pushkin Kachroo (Electrical Engineering), and Anjala Krishen (Marketing and International Business), along with Orie Berezan (California State University Dominguez Hills) and Shaurya Agarwal (University of Central Florida) recently had their interdisciplinary paper, "The Digital Self and Virtual Satisfaction: A Cross-…
November 2, 2020
Danijel Zekanovic (Accounting) and Jacob Tolbert (Graphic Design), alongside their bandmate, J.P Ocampo, self-released their debut album, Garage Band. Their band, Post Noble, has been together for their entire college career and is now featured on several streaming services. Zekanovic and Tolbert are students.
October 12, 2020
Jason Smith (Accounting) recently had his research, "Investor Perceptions of Government Deregulation: Evidence from Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act," accepted for publication in Accounting Horizons, an "A" journal on the Australian Business Deans Council journal list. Smith's research study, which is co-authored with colleagues from…
August 13, 2020
Robyn Raschke (Accounting) has been appointed the Kenneth and Tracy Knauss Endowed Chair in Accounting. The endowment was established to provide financial support for the department of accounting’s premier faculty member. The position was previously held by Lee Business School accounting professor Bill Messier and is awarded for a three-year…