Left to right: Ryan Teeter, Vernon J. Richardson, and Katie L. Terrell receive the American Accounting Association’s 2022 Innovation in Accounting Education Award for innovative accounting textbooks they co-authored.
The American Accounting Association has presented the 2022 Innovation in Accounting Education Award to Vernon J. Richardson, Ryan Teeter, and Katie L. Terrell for their innovative textbooks Data analysis for accounting and Introduction to Data Analysis for Accounting at the association’s annual meeting in San Diego, Calif., on August 2.
Richardson, Emeritus Professor of Accounting and W. Glezen Professor at the Sam M. Walton College of Business; Terrell, professor of accounting at Walton College; and Teeter, clinical associate professor at the University of Pittsburgh’s Katz Graduate School of Business, co-author of the textbooks, which are published by McGraw-Hill.
According to the association, the “annual award for innovation in accounting education aims to encourage innovation and improvement in accounting education. It recognizes significant programmatic changes or an activity, concept or a set of important educational materials. Submissions are judged on their innovation, benefit, and adaptability to other academic institutions or to other situations.”
About the AAA: The American Accounting Association is the largest community of academic accountants. Founded in 1916, the AAA has a rich and reputable history based on cutting-edge research and publications. The diversity of its members creates a fertile environment for collaboration and innovation. Collectively, the organization is shaping the future of accounting through education, research and a powerful network, securing its position as a thought leader in accounting.
For more information, visit the American Accounting Association.