Campus phone: (260) 481-5751 e-mail: email@example.com
Ph.D. in Business Administration (Accounting)
1998 from the University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
Masters in Business Administration
1991 from Indiana University-Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Bachelor of Science in Business Adminstration (Accounting)
1980 from Tri-State University, Angola, Ind.
Certified Public Accountant (1986), Indiana (inactive)
2011 IPFW Friends of the University Teaching Excellence Award
2007 David Gotlob Excellence in Teaching Award
2005 IPFW Leepoxy Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Education
2005 Beta Gamma Sigma, Honorary Business Fraternity
2002 David Gotlob Excellence in Teaching Award
2002 Delta Sigma Pi, Professional Business Fraternity
2001-2002 Ivy Tech
2001 IPFW Summer Research Grant, $6,000
2000 Indiana Purdue Students' Government Association Student Service Award
2000 Who's Who Among
1994 American Accounting Association Regional Doctoral Consortium
1993-1995 Indiana CPA Educational Foundation Doctoral Program Grant Recipient
1991-1992: Adjunct faculty, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
1989-1992: Public Accounting
Kathy S. Pollock, CPA, Fort Wayne, Ind.
1988-1989: Assistant Controller
PYA/Monarch Foodservice, Inc., Fort Wayne, Ind.
1983-1988: Public Accounting
Geo. S. Olive & Co., CPAs, Fort Wayne, Ind.
Phi Kappa Phi, Honorary Fraternity (since 2012)
Beta Gamma Sigma, Honorary Business Fraternity (since 2005)
Delta Sigma Pi, Professional Business Fraternity (since 2002)
American Accounting Association (since 1992)
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (since 1987)
Interests: Behavioral issues in public accounting firms and accounting education
The Effects of a Charismatic Leader’s Actions in a Public Community College with Kent D. Kauffman and Janet C. Papiernik, Journal of Forensic and Investigative Accounting, October – December 2011 (Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 194-208).
Teaching Ratio “Rules of Thumb” in Introductory Accounting Classes, with Michael Slaubaugh and George Schmelzle, Accounting Instructors' Report, Spring 2004.
Transformational Leadership: The Effect on Subordinate Performance in Public Accounting Firms, Journal of Accounting and Finance Research, Winter II 2003 (Vol. 11, No. 6, pp. 62-75).
High School Counselors: How They View the Accounting Profession, co-authored with Janet Papiernik and Michael Slaubaugh, The CPA Journal, May 2002 (Vol. 72, No. 5, pp. 73-74).
Reviewing the Issues for Change in Accounting Education: Implications for Future Direction, co-authored with Janet Papiernik, Belverd Needles, and Doug Laufer, Accounting Instructors' Report, Fall 2001.
XBRL: A New Common Language for Business Information Reporting, co-authored with Janet Papiernik, Ohio CPA Journal, January 2001 (Vol. 60, No. 1, pp. 38-41).
Presentations and Proceedings:
The Study of Accounting Ethics: An NVivo Analyis of Published Works, with Geri Miller and Janet C. Papiernik at the MBAA International national meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 23-25, 2011
Be It Ever So Humble There’s No Place Like Home (case and teaching note), with Kent Kauffman and Janet C. Papiernik at the Society for Case Research, MBAA International meeting, Chicago, Illinois, March 24-26, 2010.
An International Example of Backdating Stock Options with Janet Papiernik at the Society of Case Research Summer Case Writing Workshop, University of Wisconsin-River Falls, July 2007.
Online Annual Report Project: The Effect on
Motivation, Satisfaction, and Interest in Accounting with Michael Slaubaugh and Sue Minke at the
Substitutes for Leadership: The Impact of Public Accounting
Firms Subordinates at the American
Online Annual Report Project: The Effect on Motivation,
Satisfaction, and Interest in Accounting with Michael Slaubaugh
and Susan Minke at the
Substitutes for Leadership: The Impact on Public Accounting Firm Subordinates, at the American Accounting Association Accounting, Behavior, and Organizations Research Conference 2002.
Transformational Leadership: The Effect on Subordinate
Satisfaction, Performance and Effort at the American
Experiential Learning in Advanced Auditing: Examining Campus
Organizations at the American Accounting Association
High School Counselors: How They View the Accounting
Profession with Janet Papiernik and Michael Slaubaugh, at the American Accounting Association
Teaching Ratio “Rules of Thumb”
in Introductory Accounting Classes with Michael Slaubaugh
and George Schmelzle at the American Accounting
Challenges in Accounting Education for the 21st Century with Janet Papiernik, Belverd Needles, and Doug Laufer at the Midwest Business Administration Association Annual Meeting 2001.
Problems with ISO Implementations: Small Company Issues with
George Schmelzle and Michael Slaubaugh
Current projects and papers in progress:
Experiential Learning In Advanced Auditing: Examining Campus Organizations, sole author. Revising this paper based on reviewer comments from Advances in Accounting Education.
Substitutes for Leadership: The Impact on Public Accounting Firm Subordinates. Sole author, revising this paper based on reviewer comments from Behavioral Research in Accounting
Lead a Congregation to Water: A Successful Experience in Budgeting. Sole author with planned submission to a non-profit journal.
Scooby-doo: The Number One Forensic Accounting Cartoon Dog, with June Ball with planned submission to The New Accountant.
Online Annual Report Project: The Effect on Motivation, Satisfaction, and Interest in Accounting, sole author, for submission in Issues in Accounting Education.
Leading Professionals: A Practical Guide, sole author, for submission in The Journal of Accountancy.
Transformational Leaders: Do They Exist in Public Accounting Firms, sole author for submission to Behavioral Research in Accounting.
2010: Discussant for Society for Case Research, annual meeting
2008: Workshop leader, “AACSB: Nuts and Bolts of Assessment,” MBAA International, annual meeting.
2003: Moderator, Academy of Accounting and Finance, annual Meeting
2001: Panelist, “Challenges in Accounting Education for the 21st Century,” MBAA annual meeting.
2000: Discussant, American Accounting Association, Accounting, Behavior, and Organizations National Section Meeting
1995: Moderator, American Accounting Association, Annual Meeting
2012-present: IPSN, Inc. (“The Communicator”), Board of Directors and Treasurer
2010-2011: Sexual Assault Treatment Center, Board of Directors and Treasurer
2008-2010: IPSN, Inc. (“The Communicator”), Board of Directors and Treasurer
2001-2005: Family and Children's Services, Board of Directors
2000-2007: Center for Nonviolence, Board of Directors and Treasurer
2001-2006: Junior Achievement instructor
Public presentations and other activities:
· “Challenges of an Accounting Teacher” for IPFW Friends of the University (2011)
· “Audit and Accounting Update” for CE for CPAs (2009)
· “Plan for Success from the Beginning,” for IPFW Fall Teaching Conference (2009) with Carolyn Stumph.
· “IFRS and Academia: Front Line or Rear Guard,” for Financial Executives International and CE for CPAs (2009)
· “Fraud: The Survey Says,” for CE for CPAs (2008)
· “Where were you in 1978?: A Perspective on Changes in Accounting Education” for CE for CPAs and Financial Executives International chapter meeting (2008).
· “How should the current ethics requirement be enhanced?” Interviewed by CPA IN Perspective (Fall 2004).
· “An Introduction to Forensic Accounting” for the American Society of Women Accountants (2003).
· “Basic Accounting and Systems” for the Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne Interior Design Small Business Management course (2002).
“The Perilous Future” for the
· “An Auditor's Perspective on the Audit of Payroll” for the Fort Wayne Accounting Payroll Association (1999).
“Accounting Education as a Career” for the
2012-2014: Campus Promotion and Tenure Committee
2010-2012: Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, Advisory Board
2009-Present: IPFW Faculty Senate, Executive Committee, Chair 2010-2011
2009-Present: IPFW Faculty Senate, Student Affairs Committee, Chair 2009-2010
2008-present: North Central Association, self-study report team and Criterion Four co-chair
2006-2007: Foundations of Excellence, self-study report team
2004-2007: Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, Advisory Board
2002-Present: Advisory Committee on Equity
2002: Faculty Colloquium on Excellence in Teaching Retreat Committee
1999-2000: Academic Web Page Development Task Force
1997-2001: Women’s Studies, Advisory Board
Doermer School of Business and Management Sciences:
2006-Present: Ad hoc Assessment Committee
2004-2005: Ad hoc Committee for the Revision of SBMS Governance Documents, Chair
1997-Present: Undergraduate Policy Committee, (Chair 1999-2002 and 2003-2005)
Department of Accounting and Finance:
2006-Present: Assessment Committee, Chair
2006-Present: IPFW Faculty Senate representative
2004: Promotion and Tenure Committee, Chair
2003: Accounting Curriculum Revision Committee
1997-2010: AICPA On-Campus Champion
· Teaching at Its Best Reading Circle leader (CELT 2012)
· Promotion and Tenure Process (CELT and VCAA office 2011-2012)
· Mentoring and the Tenure Process (Multi-campus seminar in 2004)
· Several sessions for basic Web site development (Department and School).
· Several sessions for how to utilize WebCT, an instructional platform (Department and School)
· Preparation of a course portfolio for FACET (Campus).
· Assessment using Educational Benchmarking, Inc. services (Campus).
· Serve as a peer reviewer for colleagues across campus.
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