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  • Patricia A Johnson
    CPE #4 Fraud and Ethics Resources for Enhancing Student...3Fraud Resources Presentation.pdf
    CPE session posted August 12, 2010 by Patricia A Johnson 
    CPE #4 Fraud and Ethics Resources for Enhancing Student Learning
    Patricia Johnson Canisius College

    Looking for new resources to incorporate into your introductory or advanced financial accounting courses? Fraud continues to make the headlines and capture student interest. This session will provide you with fraud resources (websites, cases, activities) that can be used at the introductory, intermediate and advanced levels, organized for you.

    July 31, 2010 8:00am - 11:00am
  • Susan K Wolcott
    CPE #40 - Sustainability Accounting: What It Is and How to...12CPE_Handout_100730.pdf
    CPE session posted July 31, 2010 by Susan K Wolcott 
    CPE #40 - Sustainability Accounting: What It Is and How to Teach It
    Susan K. Wolcott, CA School of Business

    Organizations are increasingly incorporating sustainability issues in strategic management and reporting on environmental and social performance.  during this workshop participants will:

    • Learn basic concepts and motivations for sustainability management, accounting, and reporting
    • Become acquainted with major frameworks such as Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Sustainability Reporting Guidelines and ISO 26000 Reporting on Social Responsibility
    • Explore and discuss relationships of sustainability to accounting courses including financial accounting, management and cost accounting, ethics, and assurance.
    August 1, 2010 4:00pm - 7:30pm
  • Richard E Lillie
    CPE #32: Teaching with Technology: Using Web 2.0...162.0
    CPE session posted July 30, 2010 by Richard E Lillie 
    CPE #32: Teaching with Technology: Using Web 2.0 Technology to Build Interactivity into Your Teaching-Learning Experience
    Rick Lillie, California State University, San Bernardino

    This workshop introduces participants to practical approaches to using cutting-edge Web 2.0 technology to create engaging course materials and interactive teaching-learning experiences.  Participants will search the internet, practice using technology, and determine how technology features meet instructional design needs.

    The program emphasizes creating instructor presence in instructional design.  Workshop materials include lots of examples that will be discussed during the program.

    Course materials will be handed out at the beginning of the workshop.  A full-color version of the handout may be downloaded from the web.  Click the link below to download/print a copy of workshop materials.


    August 1, 2010 4:00pm - 7:00pm
  • Ed Blocher
    Teaching Strategic Cost Management15.0Presentation for CPE AAA2010.ppt
    CPE session posted July 29, 2010 by Ed Blocher 
    Teaching Strategic Cost Management
    Ed Blocher, University of North Carolina
    July 29, 2010 12:00am - August 1, 2010 12:00am
  • Bill Thomas
    Ethics in the Accounting Classroom: The Texas Experience12Ethics in the Accounting Classroom Update.pptx
    CPE session posted July 27, 2010 by Bill Thomas 
    Ethics in the Accounting Classroom: The Texas Experience
    Bill Thomas

    Part of Ethics Education Boot Camp

  • Tony Catanach Jr
    Share Your Classroom Experiences: Publish in Accounting...1AAA 2010 Final Presentation San Francisco Handouts.pdf
    CPE session posted July 26, 2010 by Tony Catanach Jr 
    Share Your Classroom Experiences: Publish in Accounting Education Journals
    Anthony H. Catanach Jr., Villanova University; Bill Schwartz, Stephens Institute of Technology
  • James C Gaa
    Ethics Education Boot Camp36notes for AAA SF 2010 CPE on teaching ethics v2.pptx
    CPE session posted July 26, 2010 by James C Gaa 
    Ethics Education Boot Camp
    Mohammad AbdolMohammadi

    Notes for session on course in "Information, Ethics and Society"

    James Gaa

    July 31, 2010 3:00pm - 6:30pm
  • Ali Abdolmohammadi
    Ethics Boot Camp24
    CPE session posted July 22, 2010 by Ali Abdolmohammadi 
    Ethics Boot Camp
    Presenters: Mohammad Abdolmohammadi, Bentley University; Janell Blazovich, University of St. Thomas – Minnesota; Jim Gaa, University of Alberta; Dawn Massey, Fairfield University; Murphy Smith, Texas A&M University; Bill Thomas, Baylor University; Joan Van Hise, Fairfield University

    This CPE session focuses on practical ways to teach ethics to enable accounting educators to meet NASBA's call for 3 credits of ethics education for accounting graduates. Participants are introduced to the literature on ethics education in accounting and to the syllabi and methods used successfully by accounting educators to teach ethics.

    Session Time: 1:00--4:30 pm PDT

    July 31, 2010 4:00pm - 7:30pm
  • Diane H Roberts
    Ethics Symposium6Ethics Symposium ProgramV1.doc
    CPE session posted July 21, 2010 by Diane H Roberts 
    Ethics Symposium
    Diane Roberts, Unviersity of San Francisco

    15th Annual Ethics Symposium hosted by the Professionalism and Ethics Committee and the Public Interest Section

    Program with Abstracts Posted

    August 1, 2010 11:00am - 7:30pm
  • Nicole Thibodeau
    GNP session for PhD students and new faculty
    CPE session posted June 11, 2010 by Nicole Thibodeau 
    GNP session for PhD students and new faculty
    Angela Gore and Nicole Thibodeau


     We would like to call your attention to our section’s CPE program for the AAA national meeting in San Francisco.  We are trying something new this year, with the program oriented toward Ph.D. students and newer faculty (including those trying to break into the GNP area).  Sessions include discussions on classic/cutting-edge GNP research; how to find and use data; and circulating/polishing/publishing GNP manuscripts (with a panel of editors).  We have pulled together a really great group of speakers, and also  plan to have some interactive time.  Speakers include Bob Yetman, Randy Elder, Ranjani Krishnan, Linda Parsons, Angela Gore; and an editorial panel, with Bill Baber (representing JOGNA), Harry Evans (incoming TAR editor), and Marty Loeb (representing JAPP).

     The costis a mere $90 for an action-packed afternoon of GNP research, including a chance to meet other new people, as well as those more established in our field, and only $45 for students. It is scheduled for Sunday, August 1 from 1-4:30, with a chance to socialize afterwards. 

     We are asking for your help in identifying both Ph.D. students and newer faculty.  If you can please pass along their names to us (so we can personally invite them), or else encourage them to sign up for the CPE, we would appreciate it.  Note, to encourage students, the section is sponsoring half of the registration cost. However, the $45 student rate is only available on the printable PDF registration forms that can be submitted by fax - they will not get this rate if they register online. So, for students who have not yet registered for the Annual Meeting, they can be directed to the registration form HERE. For students that have already registered for the Annual Meeting, but did not sign up for the CPE at the time, they can fill out the Registration Addition Form for the CPE found HERE. On either document, the student will have to note the CPE's session number, and write in the $45 student rate so that the form can be processed correctly.

    Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions. 

     Thanks very much,

     Angela Gore and Nicole Thibodeau

    GNP section research and teaching chairs