Here is a list of my scheduled presentations, as well as the books/videos on my bed stand.
If you desire to schedule me for a presentation on advanced undergraduate pedagogy, blogging, or current events in accounting, please contact me via e-mail at email@example.com.
- August 2, 2010 (Monday) American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco. Panel discussion with Ray Ball, Bob Jensen, Charles Niemeier, Shyam Sunder.
I will be making the following presentations on the learner-centered approach to undergraduate collegiate teaching, as modeled by Dee Fink:
- March 25, 2010 (Thursday) North American Accounting Society, 8:00-9:00 a.m. Drake Hotel, Chicago IL
- May 6, 2010 (Thursday) Ohio Region American Accounting Association, 6:40-8:55 p.m. Geneva-on-the-Lake, OH
- June 18, 2010 (Friday) 7th SDA Business Teachers Conference, Andrews University, Berrien Springs, MI
- August 1, 2010 (Sunday) American Accounting Association annual meeting, 1:00-4:30 p.m. San Francisco, CA
I will be making the following presentations on blogging.
- June 7 & 8, 2010 (Monday & Tuesday) workshop at Concordia College, Moorhead, MN
- August 4, 2010 (Wednesday) American Accounting Association annal meeting. San Francisco.
Ordered List of Books & Movies on my bed stand
- Professors As Writers, by Robery Boice
- Socialnomics, by Erik Qualman
- AICPA Accounting Trends & Techniques, IFRS edition, by Pat Walters
- Dear Mr. Buffett: What An Investor Learns 1,269 Miles From Wall Street, by Janet M. Tavakoli
- No One Would Listen, by Harry Markopolos
- Predictably Irrational, by Dan Ariely
- Due Diligence, by Paul Bennett
- The New Rules of Marketing & PR, by David Meerman Scott
- Send me an e-mail with a recommendation for this list
Books & Movies I’ve read or watched
- Swiss Account (1992), by Paul Erdman. WW II spy thriller, not about accounting. Why did I read this?
- Zero Coupon (1993), by Paul Erdman, so-so novel, ex-con investment banker CEO, glorifies committing fraud. 18 years ago this might have been good.
- Up in the Air, (2009), film starring George Clooney & Vera Farmiga. Marketed as film about biz travel. I wouldn’t watch it again if it was a free rental.
- Shell Games (2010), by Sara McIntosh, pretty good novel about fraud auditor. You owe it to yourself to read this one.
- Naked Option (2007), by Joe Kolman, ok novel about options trader turned fraud investigator. Good for a read when nothing good is available to rent at RedBox.
- The Informant! (2009), film starring Matt Damon. Ignore this one like the plague. A comedy about exec’s mental illness? Give me a break.