2000 Outstanding Accounting Educator Award
Nominations for the 2000 American
Accounting Association Outstanding Accounting Educator Award(s)
must be submitted before June 1, 1999. Any person or group
may make nominations.
The winner(s) will be announced in
Accounting Education News and presented with a plaque, citation
and $5,000 at the 2000 Annual Meeting. This award is funded by
PriceWaterhouseCoopers. An additional $5,000 will be donated by
PriceWaterhouseCoopers to the AAA in the winner's name. The award
winner will determine how the AAA will use the funds.
The general criteria, as adopted
in 1972 when the Outstanding Accounting Education Award was
Contributions to accounting
education, from scholarly endeavors in research and teaching
over a sustained period of time, through (i) publications, (ii)
educational innovation, (iii) research guidance to graduate
students, (iv) excellence in teaching and (v) significant
involvement in professional and academic societies and
A nominee need not excel in each
of the general criteria areas.
No members of the Executive
Committee or nominee for office shall be eligible to receive the
Outstanding Accounting Educator Award while a member of the
Executive Committee or while a nominee for office. As a matter
of policy, members of the Executive Committee and nominees for
office will abstain from writing letters of endorsement
supporting individuals for the Outstanding Accounting Educator
The following nominating
procedures must be followed:
- Identify the nominee clearly
and give the nominee's current address, if possible.
- Prepare a brief statement
describing how the nominee has met the general criteria.
- Submit the nomination and
accompanying statement to the Outstanding Accounting Educator
Award Committee, American Accounting Association, 5717 Bessie
Drive, Sarasota, FL 34233-2399.
Those submitting nominations are
encouraged to submit an up-to-date vita or other appropriate means
of documenting the nominee's accomplishments. Nominators are
encouraged to present only selected, limited evidence gathered
from students, alumni, colleagues and professional organizations.