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Recent Faculty Recognition

 

JESSICA BUCHANAN

  • Paper Accepted for Publication (co-authored): “Auditor Actions and the Deterrence of Manager Opportunism: The Importance of Communication to the Board and Consistency with Peer Behavior,” The Accounting Review.

ABIGAIL CORRINGTON

  • Article Publication (co-authored): “Diversity and inclusion of understudied populations: A call to practitioners and researchers,” Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research
  • Article Publication (co-authored): “Expanding research on working women more globally: Identifying and remediating current blindspots,” Journal of Social Issues.
  • Article Publication (co-authored): “How behavioral science can inform policies to prevent discrimination against Asian Americans in the era of COVID-19,” Behavioral Science and Policy.
  • Article Publication (co-authored): How bias thwarts successful aging at work,” Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
  • Article Publication (co-authored): “Softening the blow: Using justice and fairness perceptions to inform best practices for layoffs during COVID-19,” Behavioral Science and Policy

CHRISTINE EARLEY

  • Began a term serving as the Vice President, Academic of the Auditing Section of the American Accounting Association in August.
  • Presented on a panel sponsored by the Center for Audit Quality entitled, “Making it Balance and Promoting the Value of the Accounting Degree,” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in August.
  • Earley’s paper, co-authored with Stephen Kuselias (PC) and Nikki Mackenzie of Georgia Tech entitled, “How Alumni Affiliation and Fatigue Affect the Likelihood of Auditor Inquiry,” was presented at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting in August.

MATTHEW ERIKSEN

  • Invitation and acceptance to join the editorial board of the Academy of Management Learning & Education.

DAN HORNE

  • Interview: “Have a gift card to a bankrupt retailer? You’re likely out of luck, but TN lawyers hope to change that,” Tennessean.

RONALD JELINEK

  • Article Publication: “Canceling Catholic Higher Education,” Catholic World Report.

PATRICK KELLY

  • Book Chapter Accepted: “Governmental Accounting Ethics: Providing Accountability to Maintain the Public Trust,” The Routledge Handbook of Accounting Ethics.  

STEPHEN KUSELIAS

  • Paper Accepted for Publication (co-authored): “Social Media Content and Social Comparisons: An Experimental Examination of their Effect on Audit Quality,” Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory.

BRIAN LAMOUREUX

CHRISTOPHER LYDDY

  • Paper Publication: “A Swiss army knife? How science challenges our understanding of mindfulness in the workplace,” Organizational Dynamics.
  • Article Publication: “Alone but not Lonely: Mindfulness during Covid-19,” SmartBrief.