Jenice Prather-Kinsey is a native of Kansas City, Missouri. She received a BS from Lindenwood College, a Masters in Accounting from University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana and a PhD from the University of Alabama. Professor Prather-Kinsey has taught at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, Washington University in St. Louis, University of Cape Town in South Africa, University of the Western Cape and is currently at the University of Missouri, School of Accountancy. She teaches and publishes research in Cost and Managerial Accounting and International Accounting. Her refereed academic research is published in ABACUS, Accounting Horizons, Accounting Education: A Journal of Theory Practice and Research, Accounting Education: An International Journal, Accounting Historians Journal, Advances in Accounting, Advances in International Accounting, Contemporary Accounting Research, European Accounting Review, Issues in Accounting Education, The International Journal of Accounting, Journal of Education for Business, Journal of International Accounting Research, and Research in Accounting Regulation. She has presented her research across the world including Beijing, China; Coventry, England; Dunedin, New Zealand; Kyoto, Japan; Mexico City, Mexico; Paris, France; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Rome Italy; Sidney, Australia; Melbourne, Australia: Cape Town, South Africa and Vancouver, Canada. Professor Kinsey?s honors include the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants? Outstanding Educator of the Year Award, Faculty Diversity Enhancement Award from the University of Missouri and National Achievement Award in Education from the National Association of Black Accountants. Dr. Cecily A. Raiborn is the McCoy Endowed Chair in Accounting at Texas State University-San Marcos. She received her Ph.D. from Louisiana State University in 1975. Dr. Raiborn has taught a wide variety of classes at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including cost, managerial, intermediate, and advanced accounting as well as courses in accounting policy and fraud prevention and detection. Her research interests include financial, cost management, international, quality, and ethics issues. She has published articles in accounting, law, and ethics journals including MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, ADVANCES IN MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, JOURNAL OF ACCOUNTING CASE RESEARCH, JOURNAL OF CORPORATE ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE, LABOR LAW JOURNAL, and JOURNAL OF BUSINESS ETHICS. In 1991, she received the AICPA/Louisiana CPA Society Outstanding Educator Award. Her interests outside the classroom include traveling, reading, water activities, decorating, and cooking. Professor Michael R. Kinney joined the faculty of accounting at Texas A&M (College Station) in 1989 after receiving a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Arizona. He is currently a KPMG Faculty Fellow of Accounting. He has taught undergraduate courses in cost and management accounting and graduate courses in management control systems, cost management, management consulting, corporate taxation, partnership taxation, and corporate tax strategies. He has received teaching awards including the outstanding teacher of the Texas A&M College of Business from the College of Business Honors Society (twice), and Delta Iota Chapter's Beta Alpha Psi teaching excellence award in accounting (twice) and the Association of Former Students Distinguished Achievement Award for Teaching. Professor Kinney has co-authored numerous articles in accounting, taxation, and finance as well as co-authoring ten college textbooks on management accounting and cost management. Dr. Kinney has also conducted consulting and executive development projects for several large Texas-based companies. Currently, Dr. Kinney serves as the Ph.D. Program Coordinator for the Department of Accounting.
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