2017

THE LANDSCAPE OF HIGH SCHOOL ACCOUNTING EDUCATION AND THE IMPACT ON THE FUTURE OF THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION

Submitted By:
Kimberly Swanson Church, Ph.D. – University of Missouri
Gail Hoover King, Ph.D. – Purdue University Northwest

STEREOTYPE THREAT AND MINDSET ORIENTATION: PSYCHOLOGICAL BARRIERS TO THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION

Submitted By:
Brandis Phillips, Ph.D., CPA – North Carolina A&T State University

IS SUCCESS ON THE CPA EXAM ALL ABOUT OPPORTUNITY

Submitted By:
Reza Espahbodi, Ph.D., CPA – Washburn University
G. Thomas White, Ph.D., CPA – College of William and Mary

2016

ACCREDITATION AND CPA EXAM PERFORMANCE: AN EXAMINATION OF GENDER AND RACE

Submitted By:
Adrian L. Mayse, Assistant Professor – Howard University

IS BEING SELECTIVE AND ATTUNED TO TOP QUALITY STUDENTS ALL THAT MATTER? THE IMPACT ON CPA EXAM PERFORMANCE BY STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS, ACCOUNTING PROGRAM QUALITY, AND DELAYS IN TEST TAKING

Submitted By:
Nathan H. Jeppson, Assistant Professor of Accounting – Montana State University
Mary B. Burns, Assistant Professor of Accounting – Montana State University

STRATEGIES TO HELP STUDENTS IN A MINORITY UNIVERSITY ACHIEVE SUCCESS IN THE ACCOUNTING PROFESSION AND HELP TO DIVERSIFY THE ACCOUNTING PIPELINE

Submitted By:
Kamala Raghavan, Associate Professor, Accounting and Finance – Texas Southern University

2015

CAUSAL EFFECT OF CHANGES IN BUSINESS SCHOOL ACCREDITATION ON CPA EXAM SUCCESS RATES

Submitted By:
Pamela Baker – Texas Woman’s University
Robert Maurer – Texas Woman’s University

BEST PRACTICES FOR PREPARING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS FOR THE UNIFORM CPA EXAMINATION

Submitted By:
Hubert D. Glover – Drexel University
Yue Li – Drexel University
Jennifer Wright – Drexel University

2014

STATE POLICIES AND ATTITUDES TOWARD ACCEPTANCE OF ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) COURSES AND A COMPARISON OF SUCCESS ON THE CPA EXAM BETWEEN STUDENTS THAT ENTER COLLEGE WITH ADVANCED PLACEMENT CREDIT AND THOSE THAT DO NOT: A TWO-PART INVESTIGATION

Submitted By:
Dan Deines – Kansas State University
John Morris – Kansas State University
Joseph Ugrin – Kansas State University

INTENTION TO SIT FOR THE CPA EXAMINATION: AN INVESTIGATION OF COST, EXAM, SUPPORT AND CAREER FACTORS

Submitted By:
Martin J. Coe – Western Illinois University

ARE ACCOUNTANTS MADE OR BORN? AN ANALYSIS OF SELF SELECTION INTO AND SUCCESS IN ACCOUNTING

Submitted By:
Martin G. Fennema – Florida State University

ACCELERATED VS. TRADITIONAL ACCOUNTING EDUCATION AND CPA EXAM PASS RATE

Submitted By:
Michael Eames – Santa Clara University
Suzanne Luttman – Santa Clara University
Susan Parker – Santa Clara University

2013

A COMPARISON OF CPA EXAM PERFORMANCE BY CANDIDATES FROM FOR-PROFIT AND NOT-FOR-PROFIT INSTITUTIONS

Submitted By:
H. Fred Mittelstaedt, Ph.D. – University of Notre Dame
Michael H. Morris, Ph.D. – University of Notre Dame

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $5,000

DEVELOPING A MODEL ACCOUNTING CURRICULUM: WHICH ATTRIBUTES OF ACCOUNTING DEGREE PROGRAMS PREDICT CPA EXAM SUCCESS?

Submitted By:
Dennis Bline, Ph.D. – Bryant University
Stephen Perreault – Bryant University
Xiachuan Zheng, Ph.D. – Bryant University

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $7,000

THE INFLUENCE OF GENDER ON CPA EXAM PASS RATES

Submitted By:
Brad S. Tinkle, Ph.D. – Mississippi State University
Jim Scheiner, Ph.D. – Mississippi State University

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $12,500

2012

GLOBAL ACCOUNTANCY EDUCATION RECOGNITION STUDY 2012

Submitted By:
Gert H. Karreman, Ph.D. – DePaul University
Belverd E. Needles, Ph.D. – DePaul University

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $12,000

BEST PRACTICES IN THE DELIVERY OF ONLINE ACCOUNTING EDUCATION: AN EVALUATION OF LEARNING ANALYTICS

Submitted By:
Mark Myring, Ph.D. – Ball State University
Jennifer P. Bott, Ph.D. – Ball State University
Richard Edwards, Ph.D. – Ball State University

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $5,000

> New Approaches to Online Accounting Education – Preliminary Draft

THE INFLUENCE OF PROFESSIONAL INTEGRITY AND CLIENT ADVOCACY ON REPORTING DECISIONS

Submitted By:
Darius Fatemi, Ph.D. – Northern Kentucky University
John Hasseldine, Ph.D. – University of New Hampshire
Peggy Hite, Ph.D. – Indiana University

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $8,000

2011

THE SUCCESSFUL CPA IN A RAPIDLY CHANGING GLOBAL ECONOMY: TECHNOLOGY SKILLS AND MANAGING IN A VIRTUAL SETTING

Submitted By:
Kathy T. Best – Mount Olive College
Roselie E. McDevitt – Mount Olive College

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $8,160

DETERMINANT FACTORS FOR THE DEARTH OF MINORITY CPAS

Submitted By:
Helen Gabre, Ph.D., CPA – Alabama A&M University
Dale L. Flesher, Ph.D., CPA – University of Mississippi
Frank Ross, MBA, CPA – Howard University

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $8,000

ARE CPAS COMPLYING WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE 150 HOUR REQUIREMENT?

Submitted By:
Kate Mooney, Ph.D., CPA, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Accounting – St. Cloud State University
Kerry Marrer, MBA, CPA, Director of Undergraduate Programs and Assessment – St. Cloud State University

Funding Approved by Subcommittee: $4,000