Tracey Sutherland

engaging the accounting community

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  • Tracey Sutherland

    I'm inclined to think about both short and long term projects - changing the culture will take a long time - but piloting a couple of research retreats would be pretty easy to do relatively quickly and affordably.  We could get some experinece and it could spark conversations both during the retreat and beyond.

  • Tracey Sutherland

    The short answer is that those submitting proposals by January 5th will be notified by January 19th of whether their proposed topic will be part of the public meeting program (all proposals, and public comment, will be posted in the Pathways Commission website).

    You can find more information in the Call for Proposals linked at http://commons.aaahq.org/posts/ce090564f3 - see the excerpt below. Thanks for your interest in the Pathways Commission

    Excerpt from the Pathways Public Meeting Call for Proposals:

    • Submitted proposals will be reviewed and those selected to be part of the presentation panels during the public meeting will be notified by January 19
    • Submitted proposals will be used to plan and organize presentations and determine how best to use the available time at the public meeting. Due to space and time limitations we may not be able to include all the proposed comments during the public meeting itself, but all submitted comments and ideas will be included on the Pathways website (pathwayscommission.org) and will be included as part of Pathways Commission deliberations.  
    • If you have questions about the proposal process post them in the Questions section athttp://commons.aaahq.org/hives/113bad343b/summary , or contact Barbara Brady, Executive Coordinator, AAA, at barbara@aaahq.org. 
    • Proposals accepted for Pathways Public Meeting presentation
      • If your proposal is selected to be part of the Public Meeting program, you will be contacted and asked for a two-page summary of comments (double-spaced) by no later than January 31, 2011, to allow for program distribution in early February, enabling everyone to prepare for and participate in the public meeting. 
      • To allow the maximum opportunity for different individuals and organizations to be part of the conversation, we envision that each identified speaker will have 5 minutes of presentation time, likely as part of a panel, which will be followed by questions from the Pathways commissioners and panelist responses.

     We are looking forward to this opportunity for conversation about critical issues in accounting education. Pathways "supply chain" discussions are generating thoughtful, creative, discourse about the future of our profession and its educational pathways.  More information about this process will located on our website (pathwayscommission.org). 

  • Tracey Sutherland

    The short answer is that those submitting proposals by January 5th will be notified by January 19th of whether their proposed topic will be part of the public meeting program (all proposals, and public comment, will be posted in the Pathways Commission website).

    You can find more information in the Call for Proposals linked at http://commons.aaahq.org/posts/ce090564f3 - see the excerpt below. Thanks for your interest in the Pathways Commission

    Excerpt from the Pathways Public Meeting Call for Proposals:

    • Submitted proposals will be reviewed and those selected to be part of the presentation panels during the public meeting will be notified by January 19
    • Submitted proposals will be used to plan and organize presentations and determine how best to use the available time at the public meeting. Due to space and time limitations we may not be able to include all the proposed comments during the public meeting itself, but all submitted comments and ideas will be included on the Pathways website (pathwayscommission.org) and will be included as part of Pathways Commission deliberations.  
    • If you have questions about the proposal process post them in the Questions section at http://commons.aaahq.org/hives/113bad343b/summary , or contact Barbara Brady, Executive Coordinator, AAA, at barbara@aaahq.org.
    • Proposals accepted for Pathways Public Meeting presentation
      • If your proposal is selected to be part of the Public Meeting program, you will be contacted and asked for a two-page summary of comments (double-spaced) by no later than January 31, 2011, to allow for program distribution in early February, enabling everyone to prepare for and participate in the public meeting. 
      • To allow the maximum opportunity for different individuals and organizations to be part of the conversation, we envision that each identified speaker will have 5 minutes of presentation time, likely as part of a panel, which will be followed by questions from the Pathways commissioners and panelist responses.

     We are looking forward to this opportunity for conversation about critical issues in accounting education. Pathways "supply chain" discussions are generating thoughtful, creative, discourse about the future of our profession and its educational pathways.  More information about this process will located on our website (pathwayscommission.org).