|9:00 to 9:30||Registration Join us for Coffee and Continental Breakfast|
|9:30 to 9:45||Welcoming Remarks by Steve Orpurt, Associate Director, ASU School of Accountancy|
|9:45 to 10:30||What You Should Know About the Recent FASB Updates|
|What Do I Do With All This Stuff?
Paul Kimmel will discuss how to make the best use of all the digital resources teachers in the modern accounting classroom have available these days, and will present some of the latest research on student learning.
Speaker: Paul Kimmel, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Paul Kimmel has received multiple teaching awards, as well as the Elijah Watts Sells Award for Honorary Distinction for results on the CPA exam. Paul was a former public accountant with Deloitte & Touche, Minneapolis. He has published papers and spoken on incorporating critical thinking into accounting education and has written articles that have appeared in Accounting Review, Accounting Horizons, Advances in Management Accounting, Managerial Finance, Issues in Accounting Education, Journal of Accounting Education, and others. The focus of his research is in accounting for financial instruments and innovation in accounting education.
|Preparing Your Students for Transfer and for Accounting Careers
Steve Orpurt will lead discussions discuss how to better help our community college students transferring into the ASU accounting program. About 200 to 225 community college students start the application process each year to join ASU's School of Accountancy. The ASU School of Accountancy would like to build a more inclusive community and communication process to help transferring students.
Moderator: Steven Orpurt, Arizona State University
Steve is the Associate Director of the School of Accountancy at Arizona State University where he teaches upper level undergraduate financial accounting and masters level corporate governance and sustainability courses. Previously he was a faculty member at Singapore Management University (6 years) and Pepperdine University (2 years). He has twice been a visiting professor at The University of Chicago and taught MBA level accounting and financial statement analysis classes at Northwestern University Kellogg School of Business, INSEAD, Boston University and Purdue University. Steve has won teaching awards on three continents, most recently as the 2014 Scott and Mary Donaldson Excellence in Teaching Award at Arizona State University. Prior to his academic endeavors, Steve was Vice President and Portfolio Manager with the Franklin/Templeton group of mutual funds.