Faculty Accomplishments

March 13, 2017

Keep up with our faculty’s latest accomplishments!

Our faculty are actively engaged in their fields. They publish intriguing research articles, exhibit original artwork, share their expertise at major conferences — and so much more!

  • Charlene Spiceland, Management, was elected by Southeast Region of the American Accounting Association as its Paper Chair for 2016-17, Jan. 1. Spiceland was also named to the Education Committee of the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, Jan. 1. Additionally, Spiceland was recently appointed by the Institute of Management Accountants as the Campus Advocate for Simmons College, Feb. 1. Spiceland co-wrote two articles, titled “A Teaching Practicum/Professional Development Course as an Integral Component of a Ph.D. Program” in the peer-reviewed journal Issues In Accounting Education, November 15, 2016; and “Accounting Quality, Debt Covenant Design, and the Cost of Debt” in the peer-reviewed journal Review of Quantitative Finance And Accounting, November 15, 2016.
  • Rong Tang, Library and Information Science, presented research findings titled “Usability and User Experience Research” at the 2017 New England Chapter for the Association for Information Science and Technology conference on service design, at Simmons College, Jan. 12. Tang also co-presented a presentation titled “Making International Connections: Expanding Awareness of Non-North American LIS Education” at the 2017 New England Chapter for the Association for Information Science and Technology (NEASIST) conference on service design in Atlanta, Jan. 19.

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