Associate Professor -
Research: Ethics, Social Responsibility Accounting
Teaching: Governmental and Non-Profit, Financial and Managerial
Certified Public Accountant (inactive), 5193, 1990
American Association of Certified Public Accountants
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Professor of Accounting,
Associate Professor of
Instructor in Business,
-- Operating Budgets and Control,
Assistant Director, Sedalia-Pettis County Development Corporation (June, 1985 - June, 1986).
Machine Operator, Bryce Corporation (1980 - 1983). Ran a machine at a flexible packaging plant while I was in school.
2007: Service Tools Inc., Changed out computer hardware for Service Tools, Incorporated.
2007: Service Tool, Inc., Updated Service Tool's computers with security software.
Jackson/Madison County Chamber of Commerce, Consulting project to determine the
feasibility of the development of an intermodal transfer facility (train/truck
trailer piggy-back transport) in
Other Teaching Activities
Course (New) - Creation/Delivery: Conventional
2006 - Building on last
year's business ethics class in
2006 - Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting
2005 - Developed and
coordinated the delivery of a business ethics course in the
2006 - Training for online e-moderators with the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
Innovations in Course Content / Presentation
2008 - Faculty member
for the COBA London program during the fall of 2008. Students and faculty lived
Presentation of Refereed Papers
The Impact of Social Responsibility Disclosures on Investors
Papers Under Review
Other Research Activities
2008 - Wrote an article entitled 'Government-Mandated Fair and Affordable Rent' for the student publication Libertas Exemplar. April 2008.
2008 - Wrote an article entitled 'GDP and Healthcare' for the student publication Libertas Exemplar. March 14, 2008.
Service to the University
2007-2008: MFT Analysis Committee
2006-2007 through 2007-2008: COBA Graduate Council
2004-2005: IT Committee
2000-2001: Financial Resources and Institutional Advancement Subcommittee of the Southern Association Self-Stud
1998-1999: Financial Resources and Institutional Advancement Subcommittee of the Southern Association Self-Stud
2004-2005: Admissions Committee
2003-2004: Student Life Committee
2003-2004: Faculty Salary Committee
2003-2004 through 2005-2006: Chapel Committee
2002-2003: University-Church Relations Committee
1999-2000 through 2002-2003: Faculty Advisory Committee
1999-2000 through 2001-2002: University Planning, Assessment, and Budget Committee
Other Institutional Service Activities:
2005-2006: Evaluator of Financial Audit Proposals: Read and evaluate five audit proposals from CPA firms. These firms are bidding to do the annual audit of the university.
Service to the Community
Other Church Activities
2009: Truth Project (Sunday night small group meetings)
2008: Loaves and
Fishes, Help deliver food to needy families in the area through the Loaves and
Fishes program at the
Project Regional Training Conference. The Truth Project Curriculum is a
systematic and comprehensive biblical worldview study that looks at all of
life. Conferences focus on training one to take a Bible-centered view regarding
theology, anthropology, veritology, law, politics,
economics, art, literature, and culture.
Weekend. A conference that brings in Christian speakers and authors who give
presentations related to issues involving sociology, business, culture,
politics, and apologetics.
2007: Live Text
2006: WebCT CE6 training.
2006: Sedona Web
Distinguished Professor of Accounting,
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