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  • Shay Proulx
    Introduction for Financial Accounting: Design Driven by...
    panel presentation posted August 7, 2015 by Shay Proulx in Annual Meeting 2015 > Annual Meeting 2015 Proceedings public
    title:
    Introduction for Financial Accounting: Design Driven by Analysis, Forecasts and Strategic Decision Making
    moderator and panelists:
    Moderator: Sandy Roberson, Furman University, Presenter: Shay Blanchette, Babson College
    presentation session:
    Session 8.7 The Introductory Classes
    presentation date:
    August 8, 2015 4:40pm - 5:30pm
    brief description:

    Undergraduate business students need to learn how to create and understand financial statements. In addition, these students need to be able analyze, forecast and use financial data to select among strategic alternatives, monitor operations through critical financial metrics and formulate management actions to improve operations and overall financial performance. To make the student experience vibrant and sustained they need to learn about financial statement construction, analysis and forecasts within industry context understanding of industry-specific business models and how those models impact a company’s strategy and its financial statements. This presentation will introduce participants to the blending of entrepreneurial situations and publicly-traded companies to focus student learning on using financial data to analyze operations, link management actions to specific areas of improvement and develop forecasts to assess possible strategic actions to improve and grow companies. Specific industries will be used throughout the course to build business context and understand various business models used in a variety of industries.

  • Jeri Seidman
    Future of Tax Research in Accounting
    panel presentation posted August 12, 2014 by Jeri Seidman in Annual Meeting 2013 > Annual Meeting 2013 Proceedings public
    title:
    Future of Tax Research in Accounting
    moderator and panelists:
    Leslie Robinson (Dartmouth), Shane Heitzman (USC), and Lillian Mills (UT-Austin)
    presentation session:
    6.03
    presentation date:
    August 5, 2014 4:00pm - 5:30pm
    brief description:

    Attached are the slides Leslie, Shane and Lil used to guide their panel discussion.

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  • Deloitte Contributor
    Key Elements and Implementation Considerations of FASB's...
    panel presentation posted August 13, 2013 by Deloitte Contributor in Annual Meeting 2013 > Annual Meeting 2013 Proceedings public
    title:
    Key Elements and Implementation Considerations of FASB's New Major Converged Financial Accounting and Reporting Standards
    moderator and panelists:
    Moderator: Patrick A. Casabona, Saint John's University and AERS Learning Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP; Panelists: Patrick A. Casabona, Saint John's University and AERS Learning Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP; William Fellows, AERS Partner, Deloitte & Touche, LLP; Paul Josenhans, AERS Senior Manager; Justin Truscott, AERS Senior Manager
    presentation session:
    6.08
    presentation date:
    August 6, 2013 7:00pm - 8:30pm
    brief description:

     

    Highlights of Emerging Accounting and Financial Reporting Standard Setting Activity
  • Deloitte Contributor
    Understanding and Implementing the FASB's New Major...
    panel presentation posted August 20, 2012 by Deloitte Contributor in Annual Meeting 2012 > Annual Meeting 2012 Proceedings public
    title:
    Understanding and Implementing the FASB's New Major Converged Financial Accounting and Reporting Standards: Deloitte & Touche LLP Panel Discussion
    moderator and panelists:
    Moderator: Patrick A. Casabona, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Panelists: Clif Mathews, Deloitte & Touche, LLP; Adrian Mills, Deloitte & Touche, LLP; Margaret G. Mulley, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Ignacio Perez Zaldivar, Deloitte & Touche, LLP
    presentation session:
    7.07
    presentation date:
    August 8, 2012 10:15am - 11:45am
  • AAA HQ
    Financial Statement Reporting Developments: A Deloitte &...2
    panel presentation posted August 23, 2011 by AAA HQ in Annual Meeting 2011 > Annual Meeting 2011 Proceedings public
    title:
    Financial Statement Reporting Developments: A Deloitte & Touche Panel Presentation
    moderator and panelists:
    Moderator: Margaret Mulley, Partner of Strategy & Communications and Chief Learning Officer, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Panelists: Patrick A. Casabona, Professor, St. Johns University & Senior Manager/Consultant, Deloitte & Touche LLP Clif Mathews, AERS Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP Adrian Mills, AERS Partner, Deloitte & Touche, LLP Ignacio Perez Zaldivar, AERS Partner, Deloitte & Touche, LLP Alejandro Rebollo, AERS Senior Manager, Deloitte & Touche, LLP
    presentation session:
    Wednesday, August 10, 2011 ~ 2:00 pm-3:30 pm 8.25
    brief description:

    The panel presentation will cover the accounting guidance, issues and implementation considerations related to forthcoming accounting standards that will reshape financial statements and need to be discussed in college accounting curriculums, including: Accounting for Financial Instruments, Revenue Recognition, Accounting for Leases, fair value measurements, and other key FASB projects.

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  • Deloitte Contributor
    Financial Statement Reporting Development: Convergence...
    panel presentation posted August 25, 2010 by Deloitte Contributor in Annual Meeting 2010 > Annual Meeting 2010 Proceedings public
    title:
    Financial Statement Reporting Development: Convergence Efforts
    moderator and panelists:
    Moderator: Margaret Mulley, Partner of Strategy & Communications and Chief Learning Officer, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Panelists: Patrick Casabona, Professor, St. John's University; Adrian E. Mills, Practice Fellow, Financial Accounting Standards Board; Christine Murphy, MDP Audit Manager, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Christine Ng, MDP Audit Manager, Deloitte & Touche LLP; Ignacio Perez Zaldivar, Partner, Deloitte & Touche LLP
    presentation session:
    5.5
    presentation date:
    August 3, 2010 2:00pm - 3:30pm
    brief description:

    Introduction:

    • Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) established
      in 2006 between FASB and IASB to improve and
      converge global accounting standards
    • The 2008 update established the goal of
      completing major joint projects by 2011
    • MoU updated again in June 2010, responding to
      constituents need for adequate time to develop
      quality comments on the many proposed
      accounting changes
    • This panel presentation will discuss several of the
      most important joint accounting projects that are
      discussed in that MoU
  • Carla Carnaghan
    Strategies for Teaching the Accounting Theory...4
    panel presentation posted August 19, 2010 by Carla Carnaghan in Annual Meeting 2010 > Annual Meeting 2010 Proceedings public
    title:
    Strategies for Teaching the Accounting Theory Course:Curriculum, Pedagogy and Resources
    moderator and panelists:
    Carla Carnaghan - University of Lethbridge; James Dodd – Drake University; Irene Gordon - Simon Fraser University; David Gilbertson - Western Washington University
    presentation date:
    August 4, 2010 5:00pm - 6:30pm
  • Susan V Crosson
    Twitter, YouTube, iPad, and other Marvelous Ways to Really...17
    panel presentation posted August 6, 2010 by Susan V Crosson in Annual Meeting 2010 > Annual Meeting 2010 Proceedings public
    title:
    Twitter, YouTube, iPad, and other Marvelous Ways to Really Connect with Your Students
    moderator and panelists:
    Susan Crosson, Rick Lillie, Tracie Nobles, and Yaneli Cruz
    presentation session:
    6.2 Twitter, YouTube, iPad, and other Marvelous Ways to Really Connect with Your Students
    presentation date:
    August 3, 2010 2:00pm - 3:30pm
  • Susan V Crosson
    Accounting Education: The Real Facts About Who Teaches, Who...1
    panel presentation posted August 6, 2010 by Susan V Crosson in Annual Meeting 2010 > Annual Meeting 2010 Proceedings public
    title:
    Accounting Education: The Real Facts About Who Teaches, Who Studies
    moderator and panelists:
    Bruce Behn, David Leslie, Susan Crosson
    presentation session:
    Monday August 2, 2010 Concurrent Session 2:00-3:30
    presentation date:
    August 2, 2010 2:00pm - 3:30pm
    brief description:

    Supply of and demand for Accounting faculty

    • The number of Accounting faculty has declined.
    • The number of Accounting students has risen.
    • The number of Ph.D.’s produced is lagging far behind prospective retirements.

     Competition for Accounting talent.

    • Half of new Ph.D.’s are foreign born.
    • Salary inversion signals inadequate supply, competing opportunties, less attractive working conditions.
    • Pay for non-tenure eligible Accounting faculty outpaces that in other fields.
    • Outside income, higher ratio of part-time faculty point to competition for talent.

     Demographics changing

    • Accounting faculty aging.
    • Retirement rate accelerating.
    • Fewer males, more females.
    • High rate of entry by Asian-origin.

     Over 40% of Accounting students are in community colleges.

    • Mostly female.
    • Older.
    • Otherwise employed.
    • Diverse.
    • Higher “risk.”

     CC faculty differ from 4-year/research univ. faculty.

    • More part-time (2/3).
    • Increasingly female.
    • Otherwise employed.
    • Less likely to hold terminal degree.
    • More likely to have highest degree in other field.
    • Much heavier teaching load.

     Issues/Questions

    • Accounting faculty work harder,
    • Aging faster,
    • Replacing slower.
    • Becoming more female, more minority (esp. Asian).
    • Relying on non-core (not tenured, no Ph.D., part-time, otherwise employed).
    • Competing vs. other opportunities for accountants.
    • Foreign-born Ph.D’s?
    • Clinical or technical vs. professional content?
    • Draw in allies to promote/support change, revitalization of field?

     

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    SFOAAA2.ppt (735KB)
  • Karen Grossman Tabak
    TAKING LEARNING OUT OF THE CLASSROOM - COMMUNITY BASED...6
    panel presentation posted August 4, 2010 by Karen Grossman Tabak in Annual Meeting 2010 > Annual Meeting 2010 Proceedings public
    title:
    TAKING LEARNING OUT OF THE CLASSROOM - COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING IN ACCOUNTING
    moderator and panelists:
    KAREN TABAK, KIM TEMME, DONNA KAY
    presentation session:
    COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING
    presentation date:
    August 4, 2010 7:00pm - 8:30pm
    brief description:

    SLIDE SHOW RELATED TO COMMUNITY BASED LEARNING

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