Stout Receives Accounting Education Award


David E. Stout, Ph.D., received the 2008 Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award from the AICPA.

The award, presented by AICPA Chairman Randy Fletchall at the Institute’s spring Council meeting in Florida, recognizes full-time college accounting educators for excellence in teaching and for national prominence in the profession.

Stout is the John S. and Doris M. Andrews Professor of Accounting in the Williamson College of Business Administration at Youngstown State University in Ohio.

He has written more than 70 published articles, has co-authored a cost-management textbook, serves as senior associate editor of the J ournal of Accounting Education , and performs editorial reviews for numerous accounting journals.

Stout, the 2008–2009 president of the Ohio Region of the American Accounting Association (AAA), has also received the Ohio Outstanding Accounting Educator Award from the AAA; the R. Lee Brummet Award from the Institute of Management Accountants; the IMA Distinguished Service Award for Educators; and a distinguished teaching award from Youngstown State.

 

 

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