Cultivate a Climate for Teaching Innovation

The Jon M. Huntsman School of Business and School of Accounting highly value teaching innovation and excellence.  Many members of the faculty have elected teaching excellence as an objective within their individual role statements, and must maintain a portfolio demonstrating fulfillment of this goal.  Demonstrated excellence is reflective of a combination of successful student learning outcomes, curriculum leadership, pedagogical research, generally high student evaluations of teaching, and similar measures.

The School of Accounting is pleased to report the following awards as evidence of success in teaching innovation.


2003

  • Skousen, Clifford R. - Outstanding Accounting Educator for Utah Award

2005

  • Shuman, Frank D. - Who's Who Among America's Teachers (2005)

2006

  • Durtschi, Cindy - Innovation in Audit Education

2007

  •  Walther, Larry - Academy of Distinguished Teachers

2009

  • Doyle, Jeffrey - USU Teacher of the Year

2010

  • Fullerton, Rosemary - LEI Excellence in Lean Accounting - Professor the Year Award

2011

  • Fullerton, Rosemary - Outstanding Accounting Educator for Utah Award

 2012

  • Jill Aoki and Anthony Lemon - Elijah Watt Sells Award Winners

2013

  • Tyson Irwin - Elijah Watt Sells Winner

2014

  • Walther, Larry - Received FSA/Joseph A. Silvoso Faculty Merit Award

2015

  • Michael Bills - Received Whitesides Scholar Athlete of the Year Award
  • Ranked 21st in the CPA Exam Pass Rate for Large Programs

2016

  • Skousen, Chris - President-Elect for AAA International Section
  • Walther, Larry - Inducted into Wilton T. Anderson Hall of Fame