DR. MARSHA M. HUBER
mmhuber AT ysu DOT edu
Ph.D. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, 2003
M.A.P.P. University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 2011
M.B.A. Miami University, Oxford, OH, 1983.
B.A. Ohio University, Athens, OH, 1981
AREAS OF INTEREST
Accounting Education Research
Happiness and Meaning Research in Accounting
Academic Well-Being and Resiliency in Education
Academic and Professional Well-Being
Accounting-Related Issues in the Foodservice Industry
“Education par Excellence: Developing Personal Competences and Character Through Philanthropy-Based Education” with Shirine Mafi – Journal of Accounting Education, (July, 2013).
“Empirical Evidence regarding the Relationship between the Computerized Classroom and Student Performance in Introductory Accounting” with Anna Lusher and Jesus Valencia - The Accounting Educators’ Journal, Vol. 22 (Dec., 2012).
“The Financial Statement Interview: Intentional Learning in the First Accounting Class” with Larita Killian and Christopher Brandon – Issues in Accounting Education (February, 2012).
“A Cross-Disciplinary Exploration of Web 2.0 Technologies to Enhance Deeper Learning and Collaboration” with Jean Kelly and Shirine Mafi – Teaching and Learning with the Net Generation, IGI Global (2012).
"A Comparative Examination of Information Technology (IT) Usage in the Restaurant Industry," with Murat Hancer and Thomas George, Journal of Foodservice Business Research, Volume 13, Issue 3 (2010).
"Restaurant Industry," Historical Encyclopedia of American Business and Finance, Salem Press (2010).
“Individual Tax, Personal,” Historical Encyclopedia of American Business and Finance, Salem Press (2010).
“Shoeboxes and Taxes: Integrated Course Design Unleashes New Creativity in Veteran Accounting Teacher,” New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Jossey-Bass, No. 119 (2009).
“Improving Teaching and Learning through SMART Assessment Techniques,” Accounting Student Learning, American Accounting Association (2009).
“A Balanced Look at the use of Contingent Faculty in Accounting Education,” with Shirine Mafi and Ron Flinn, Accounting Student Learning, American Accounting Association (2009).
“Blueberry Hill Retirement Homes,” with Shirine Mafi and Von Bowersock, Case Research Journal, Volume 27:3 & 4 (2008): 71 – 89.
George Krull/Grant Thornton/AAA Innovation in Education award, Out of the Box Learning for Tax Class: Students Create Models, Pamphlets, and a Shoebox Case, 2012.
Canadian Academic Accounting Association Theall Innovation in Education award, Philanthropy in Accounting Education, 2011.
Bea Sanders AICPA/AAA Innovation in Education award, Who Moved my Classroom?, 2010.
YSU Beta Alpha Psi Professor of the Year award, 2013.
KPMG Mentoring award, GIWB Section of the American Accounting Association, 2013.