Marsha Huber, Ph.D. and CPA, is associate professor of accounting at Youngstown State University. She is a well published accounting researcher who studies the humanity of accountants.
She is conducting the first study on the happiness levels of accountants. She is asking for accounting professors and professionals to take a survey. It takes 15-20 minutes to complete. At the conclusion of the study, you can sign up to participate in her future related projects, as well as a completed report of the current project. To take the survey, click on: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HappyAccountant.
Marsha is a close friend. She does it all, teaching well, researching well, and providing valuable community service. She finds time to love and care for her family.
She describes herself on her LinkedIn profile:
I am an accounting professor and happiness researcher. I might describe myself as an educational innovator, receiving three awards in accounting education: the 2010 Bea Sanders/AICPA, the 2011 Howard Theall, and the 2012 George Krull/Grant Thornton innovation in accounting education awards. I enjoy mentoring others being selected as the 2013 KPMG Mentor of the Year. I enjoy speaking at both academic and professional conferences on the topics of resiliency, happiness, and meaning in life and at school. One of my life goals is to help all accounting professionals become happier.
Please help her out by completing this important research study.
Debit and credit – – David Albrecht