Recipients of NASBA’s Accounting Education Research Grants program were recently approved by the NASBA Board of Directors during the Board’s July 2022 meeting. The program, which is spearheaded by NASBA’s Education Committee, was established in 2011 to advance research on educational issues impacting CPAs, the public accounting profession and stat boards’ charge to protect the public.  

Congratulations to the following 2022 grant recipients: 

The Importance of Metacognition in Today’s Business Curriculum, and the Impact of Core Business Courses and Online Adaptive Learning Technology on Students’ Metacognition 

Research Team: 

Ryan Cahalan, JD, Assistant Professor of Accounting, Central Washington University 
Dr. Gabriel Dickey, CPA, Assistant Accounting Professor, University of Northern Iowa 
Dr. William Wilcox, CPA, Professor of Accounting, University of Northern Colorado 

Is success on the CPA Examination furthered by an institutional culture supportive of such effort at institutions of higher education? (Proposal seeks to study a single contributing factor to this culture – the professional certification of college instructors.) 

Research Team: 

Dr. Timothy J. Fogarty, JD, CPA, Professor of Accounting, Case Western Reserve University 
Dr. William Black, CPA, Associate Professor, University of North Georgia 

The 2023 Call for Proposals is now open. Proposals for 2023 funding will be accepted through March 10, 2023 (11:59 pm CT). Professors and post-doctoral researchers are encouraged to submit electronic proposals to prior the deadline. Questions regarding the submission process should also be sent to this same email address. To learn more about the program’s research interest areas and application guidelines, visit: 

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