1 1 Curriculum Vitae John S. DeJoy Associate Professor School of Management Union Graduate College April 6, 2015 I. Education a. Post-Doctorate (AACSB Bridge) Accounting and Finance, University of Florida, 2010 b. Ph.D. Adult Education, University of Idaho, 1998 c. M.B.A. Marist College, 2005 d. M.S. Educational Administration, University of Idaho, 1994 e. C.P.A. State of New York, 1989; State of Idaho, 1990 f. B.B.A. Public Accounting, Pace University, 1987 II. Academic Honors and Awards a) Invited by the Canadian Academic Accounting Association (CAAA) to present a full-day Professional Development workshop to train accounting professors and PhD students to teach accounting online. I will provide two supplementary sessions the following day about teaching online and about designing a financial accounting course for online delivery. May, 2015 b) Invited by the American Accounting Association (AAA) to present two learning sessions on improving the teaching skills of accounting professors and PhD students, August c) Gold Award for Excellence in Teaching, Becker CPA Exam Review, 2014 d) Best Paper, Academy of Business Research Conference, March 2012 e) Star Award for Teaching Excellence, College of Westchester, 2009 f) Interviewed for Chronicle of Higher Education article, November 2010 III. Areas of Specialization a. Auditing
2 2 b. Forensic Accounting c. Financial Accounting d. Pedagogy IV. Academic Experience a. Associate Professor of Accounting, Union Graduate College, 2012 Present i. Designed and developed five courses for fully online delivery. ii. Continuously revise Audit curriculum to focus on the skills and preparedness essential to participate on audit teams. Revise introductory courses to create essential accounting and analytical skills needed by global managers. iii. Initiated the exploration into offering an online accounting MS degree. Advise students. Network with accounting firms. Recruit prospective students. b. CPA Exam Review Instructor, Becker Review, Albany, 2012 Present (Summers) c. Assistant Professor of Accounting, Siena College, i. Taught: Auditing, Fraud and Forensic Accounting, Intermediate Accounting, Intro to Financial, and Managerial. Taught 270 students in 4 semesters. ii. Served on the Learning Assurance Committee d. Associate Professor of Accounting, College of Westchester, i. Received award for Teaching Excellence ii. Authored successful Middle States proposal for the BBA in Accounting degree e. Associate Professor/Dean, Marist College; i. Managed a staff of 30 at multiple locations, generating $14 million in tuition revenue from 2000 students, with 10 master s degrees (5 online) and numerous undergraduate and certificate programs. Created highly successful hybrid bachelor s degree-completion program; restructured graduate and adult enrollment efforts ii. Served as interim Assistant VPAA and Dean of the School of Graduate and Continuing Education, iii. Member of: President s Cabinet, Dean s Council, Executive Vice President s Internal Operating Group, Graduate Council (Chairperson), Strategic Plan Steering Committee, Middle States Re-Accreditation Self Study committee f. Assistant Professor/Director, Graduate Program, George Fox University i. Created and directed a new master s degree ii. Taught accounting and finance courses g. Assistant Professor of Accounting, Northwest Nazarene University,
3 3 V. Professional Experience a. Senior Auditor/CPA, Deloitte, LLP, (Stamford, CT/Boise, ID) VI. Courses Taught a. MBA 690 Auditing Special Topics b. MBA 613 Advanced Auditing and Research c. MBA 610 Fraud and Forensic Accounting d. MBA 512 Managerial Accounting and Finance e. MBA 510 Financial Accounting VII. Scholarship Peer Reviewed Journal Articles Published a Cataldo, A.J., K. Flynn & J.S. DeJoy. The Marriage Tax Penalty: A Social and Fiscal Policy Reversal for U.S. Family Taxation 5(8) (August), International Research Journal of Applied Finance. 30% acceptance rate. b Cataldo, A.J. and J.S. DeJoy. Purchase Point Media Corporation: Using Variable Costing and Break-Even Analysis to Examine Market Share Feasibility. International Research Journal of Applied Finance Book on Case Studies (July 18). 13 pages published (1 page solution in teaching notes). 30% acceptance. Available at <https://irjaf.com/uploads/irjaf_case_id_ pdf>. c Cataldo, A.J. and J.S. DeJoy. Motomart: Mixed up over Mixed Costs. International Research Journal of Applied Finance Book on Case Studies (June 26). 10 pages published (22 pages of teaching notes). 30% acceptance rate. Available at <https://irjaf.com/uploads/irjaf_case_id_ pdf>. d. Corporate Social and Financial Performance: The Role of Size, Industry, Risk, R&D and Advertising Expenses as Control Variables." Business and Society Review, no.116.2, Summer, (with M. Anderson) e. Improving Audit Quality by Strengthening the PCAOB: Why the Dodd-Frank Act Won t Prevent the next Madoff-style Fraud. CPA Journal, The, October, (with D. Furman) f. "Ethics and the Independent Tax Preparer." International Journal of Global Business and Economics, Vol. 3, No. 2, (with D. Furman)
4 4 g. "Before and After Bernie: Ponzi Regulation or Lack Thereof?" International Review of Business Research Papers, Vol. 5, No. 6, November 2009, p (with D. Furman) Academic/Professional Meeting Papers/Presentations/Proceedings a) Teaching Accounting Online, to be presented as a full-day professional development workshop at the Canadian Academic Accounting Association annual meeting, May 28, Toronto. b) Developing Online Courses, to be presented at the Canadian Academic Accounting Association annual meeting, May 29, Toronto. c) Tips for Developing an Online Financial Accounting Course, to be presented at the Canadian Academic Accounting Association annual meeting, May 29, Toronto. d) Resources and Teaching Strategies for New Faculty, To be presented at the Conference on Teaching and Learning in Accounting, American Accounting Association Annual National conference, Chicago, IL. (August 2015). e) Help Shape the Future - Share what you wish you had known when you first started teaching To be presented at the American Accounting Association Ohio Regional Meeting, May (with Sellers, R. D. and Braun, K.) f) Help Shape the Future - Share what you wish you had known when you first started teaching Presented at the American Accounting Association Northeast Meeting, Albany, NY, October (with and Braun, K.) g) Promoting the Importance of Teaching among Accounting Doctoral Students. Presented at the American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Conference, King of Prussia, PA, April (with Sellers, R. D. and Braun, K.) h) Promoting the Importance of Teaching among Accounting Doctoral Students. Presented at the American Accounting Association Ohio Regional Meeting, May (with Sellers, R. D. and Braun, K.) i) DeJoy, J., Snyder, C., Oppenlander, J. (2014, April). The Transformative Journey of Graduate Accounting Students. American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Region Meeting, King of Prussia, PA. j) DeJoy, J., Snyder, C., Oppenlander, J. (2014, April). The Transformative Journey of Graduate Accounting Students. American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Region Meeting, King of Prussia, PA. k) Snyder, C., DeJoy, J., & Oppenlander, J. (2014, April,). Transformative learning pathways of graduate students: How they learn, how we teach. New England Education Research Organization, West Dover, VT.
5 5 l) Auditor Due Diligence: Toward the prevention and detection of fraud committed by broker-dealers. Presented at the Academy of Business Research Conference. New Orleans, March (with D. Furman). Winner of BEST PAPER award. m) Does the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform Act go far enough to protect investors from fraud? Toward a recommendation of criteria for the frequency of PCAOB inspections of auditors of nonpublic broker dealers. Presented at the Second Annual American Accounting Association Forensic and Investigative Accounting Section Research Conference. New Orleans, March (with D. Furman). n) Improving Audit Quality by Detecting Rogue Auditors: Strengthening the PCAOB to Prevent the next Madoff-style Fraud Presented at the American Accounting Association Northeast Regional Meeting, Burlington, Vermont, October (with D. Furman.) o) "Ethics and the Independent Tax Preparer." Presented at the Global Business Development Institute Twelfth International Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada: March 22, (with D.J. Furman) p) "Before and After Bernie: Ponzi Regulation or Lack Thereof?" Presented at the Annual American Business Research Conference. New York, September 28, (with D. Furman) q) Are accounting-simulations effective instructional tools? A study examining the effectiveness of using an accounting-simulation to teach basic accounting concepts and financial performance measures Proceedings of the 2004 Northeast Regional American Accounting Association Meeting, Albany, NY, April Competitive Research (Awards received) a) Auditor Due Diligence: Toward the prevention and detection of fraud committed by broker-dealers. Presented at the Academy of Business Research Conference. New Orleans, March (with D. Furman). Winner of BEST PAPER award. Cases a Cataldo, A.J. and J.S. DeJoy. Purchase Point Media Corporation: Using Variable Costing and Break-Even Analysis to Examine Market Share Feasibility. International Research Journal of Applied Finance Book on Case Studies (July 18). 13 pages published (1 page solution in teaching notes). 30% acceptance. Available at <https://irjaf.com/uploads/irjaf_case_id_ pdf>.
6 6 b Cataldo, A.J. and J.S. DeJoy. Motomart: Mixed up over Mixed Costs. International Research Journal of Applied Finance Book on Case Studies (June 26). 10 pages published (22 pages of teaching notes). 30% acceptance rate. Available at <https://irjaf.com/uploads/irjaf_case_id_ pdf>. Other a) Dahlke, J., J. Oppenlander, C. Snyder, J. DeJoy, and S. Philpott-Jones, Applying Adult Learning Theories to Improve Bioethics Graduate Education, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 16-19, b) Snyder, C., Oppenlander, J. DeJoy, J., (2014, April). Transformational pathways of graduate students. Faculty Speaker Series, Union Graduate College. c) Snyder, C., DeJoy, J., & Oppenlander, J. (2013, November). Transformative Learning Pathways of Adult Learners Pursuing Graduate Study. Consortium for Research in Instructional Design and Theory. University at Albany, State University of New York. d) DeJoy, J. (2014, January). Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis for Notfor-Profit Executives. Union Graduate College, Schenectady, NY. e) Snyder, C., DeJoy, J, & Oppenlander, J. (2013, November). Transformative Learning Pathways of Adult Learners Pursuing Graduate Study. Consortium for Research in Instructional Design and Theory. University at Albany, State University of New York. Albany, NY. f) Why post recordings of your class sessions online? American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, August g) The Transformation of Accounting Students in an MBA program. American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, August 2013.
7 7 VIII. Service Contributions To the college a) Created MS Accounting Online degree Framework b) Liaison with ESE/Excelsior College c) Visited accounting firms to promote MBA Accounting Focus program d) Attended, with students, the NYSSCPAs Accounting Society dinners e) Taught the accounting portion of the Non Profit Leaders program (2014 present) f) Revised content and approach of MBA 510, 512, 610 and 613 g) Developed for online delivery MBA 510, 512, 610, 613, and 690 h) Evaluated web, marketing materials, and fact sheet with regard to Accounting Focus program. Made recommendations. i) Advise students j) Assist in Recruiting Students k) Served on the Learning Assurance Committee with Siena College To the community a) Served as a Reviewer, Moderator and Discussant for the American Accounting Association Mid-Atlantic Meeting, King of Prussia, PA, April b) Served as a reviewer for Skills for Accounting and auditing Research: FASB Codification and eifrs by Shelby Collins. Cambridge Business Publishing. January c) Served as a Moderator for the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, August d) Served as a Reviewer in the Auditing section of the American Accounting Association Meeting Northeast Regional, Burlington, VT, October e) Served as a discussant in the Accounting History section of the American Accounting Association Meeting Northeast Regional, Albany, NY, April Joan Hollister, Moderator
8 8 f) Interviewed and Quoted in: Glenn, D. (2010, November 18). Accreditor Re-Ignites Debate Over Business-School Faculty Credentials. Chronicle of Higher Education IX. Professional Memberships a. American Accounting Association--Active b. American institute of CPAs ( ) X. Personal Development Activities XI. Other skills and related activities Student Research and Collaboration a) Encourage students to attend the NYSSCPA Student Night networking dinner. (UGC/Siena) b) Supervised more than 100 student research projects. Each project was prepared by a graduating senior as a thesis during a year-long period. (GFU) c) Created and administered a graduate-level service-learning program working with refugees and members of underrepresented groups (GFU) d) Supervised a service-learning project with the Internal Revenue Service's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, preparing tax returns for a diverse group of low-income and non-english speaking people. Assisted some 350 migrant farm laborers, a 250% one year increase; supervised 50 student volunteers and language interpreters, a 500% one year increase; developed community partnerships with eight organizations, a 400% one year increase. Received the IRS Spirit of America award. (NNU)
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