John Q. Public, Ph. D. Assistant Professor

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John Q. Public, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor


Walsh College


Ph.D., Rutgers University, 2005

Major: Accounting

Dissertation Title: Senior Leadership, Corporate Accounting Practices, and Ethics: The Impact of Sarbanes-Oxley on Senior Leadership’s Knowledge of Accounting Practices

M.B.A., University of Maryland, 1996, cum laude

Major: Computer Information Systems

B.B.A., University of Maryland, 1990

Major: Accounting

Minor: Finance
Licenses and Certifications

Certified Public Accountant (CPA), State of Maryland, 1992

Certified Information Systems Security Professional, 113183, 1998
Professional Memberships

American Accounting Association (1992-Present)

Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants (1992-Present)

Information Systems Audit and Control Association (1996-Present)

Awards and Honors

Fulbright Scholar. Fulbright Program. (2008)

Outstanding Teaching Assistant. Rutgers University. (2004)

Governor’s Citation. State of Maryland. (2000)

Professional Positions

Academic - Faculty

Assistant Professor, Walsh College. (2008 – present)

Assistant Professor, University of Baltimore. (2005 – 2008)

Teaching Assistant, Rutgers University. (2003 – 2005)

Academic – Administrative/Other

Area Chair, University of Cincinnati. (2009 – 2010)

Assistant Director, Undergraduate Programs, University of Baltimore. (2005 – 2008)

Academic Advisor - Accounting, Rutgers University. (2000 – 2003)


Tax Practitioner. (1996 – Present)

Information Systems Specialist. ABC Company. (1996 – 2000)

Accountant, KPMG Peat Marwick. (1990 – 1996)

Accounting Intern, HPC International. (1989 – 1990)


Government, Fulton County Department of Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia. (June 2007 - July 2008)

Government, District of Columbia Department of Human Resources, Washington, DC. (May 2005 – September 2005)

United States Army. (1984 - 1986)

Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Journal Articles

Korb, P. J., Ford, D. A., & Gerlowski, D. A. (2011). Price versus interest rate

expectations effects on home buyer decisions. The CPA Journal, 81(9), 46-49.
Huang, Y. H., & Hagan, L. (2011). The role of market-oriented relations in public

relations:  The differing perspectives of managers and practitioners in the U.S. and Taiwan. Public Relations Review, 37(3), 297-304. doi:10.1016/j.pubrev.2011.03.006

Non-Refereed Journal Articles

Schwartz, J. (1993). Obesity affects economic, social status. The Washington Post, pp. A1, A4.
Presentation of Refereed Papers


Jensen, J. D., Carcioppolo, N., King, A., Bernat, J., Davis, L., & Yale, R. N. (2010).

Including limitations in news coverage of cancer research: Effects of news hedging on fatalism, medical skepticism, patient trust, and backlash. International Communication

Association, Singapore, Singapore.


Yale, R. N. (2012). Construction and Validation of the Narrative Believability Scale (NBS-

22). National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.

Levens, M. (2012). Marketing, defined, explained, applied. Saddle River, NY: Prentice

Book Chapters

Hagan, L. M. (2006). For reputation’s sake: Managing crisis communication. In E. L. Toth (Ed.), The future of excellence in public relations and communication management: challenges for the next generation. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.  

Written Cases

Shields, D. (1998). DuPont de Nemours (Case Study). In K. R. (Ed.), International Financial Reporting and Analysis: A Casebook.  Burr Ridge, IL: Irwin/McGraw-Hill.

Other Publications

Hagan, L. (2011, April). Getting a summer intern? Practice good PR ethics. Bulletin.

Detroit Chapter Public Relations Society of America.

Hagan, L. (2010, March 11). True leadership is needed today, not micro-managing. The

Northville News, and other syndicated Hometown Newspapers.
Manuscripts Submitted/Papers Under Review

Follow APA Style

Working Papers/Research in Progress

Hagan, L., & Levens, M. (In Progress). Brand importance and influencers of consumer

decision making. Regional online survey conducted December 2012, continuing data


Impact of Intellectual Contributions
Academic Impact

Best paper award:

Yale, R. N. (2012). Construction and Validation of the Narrative Believability Scale (NBS-

22). National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.

Teaching/Instructional Impact

150 Institutions adopted textbook:

Levens, M. (2012). Marketing, defined, explained, applied. Saddle River, NY: Prentice

Practice/Community Impact

Consulting engagement:

Make-A-Wish Foundation: recruiting, communication, fundraising. (2006-present)
Research Center Impact

Distinguished Fellow and Vision Working Group leader of the Congressionally mandated Project on National Security Reform (PNSR), which will prepare the replacement for the National Security Act of 1947. (2007-2011)

Courses Taught

Accounting Courses:

ACC 501, Intermediate Accounting I (in class & online), Walsh College, 2008- 2012

ACC 503, Financial Accounting Concepts, Walsh College, Spring Semester 2012

ACC 500, Accounting Principles, University of Baltimore, 2005-2008

ACC 201, Introduction to Accounting, Rutgers University, 2004-2005
Management Courses:

MGT 101, Introduction to Management, Rutgers University, Summer & Fall Semesters

College Service

Member, Walsh College Faculty Committee on Outcomes Assessment – Problem

Solving, March 2009-September 2011

Member, Walsh College Curriculum Committee, 2009/2010 Academic Year

Member, Academic Technology Committee & Instructional Technology Special Task Force, October 2009-September 2011
Dissertation Advising

Dissertation Chair for the following students;

  • John Smith, Completed PhD degree 12/12/08, University of Baltimore - Dissertation title: “Exploring the advisory relationship between small business owners and their CPAs”

  • Jane Doe, Completed DM degree 3/3/13, Walsh College - Dissertation title: “Cultural differences in leadership initiatives of global accounting work teams”

  • Susan Jones, Advanced to Candidacy 1/23/13, Walsh College - Dissertation title: “The effectiveness of teaching financial accounting in online courses”

Dissertation Committee Member for the following students

  • Mike Clark, Completed DM degree 8/12/12, Walsh College - Dissertation title: “Ethics and accounting: A experiment teaching accounting ethics to undergraduate business students”

  • Jill Mason, Dissertation proposal: “Self-managed electronic accounting services versus hiring temporary accountants for small business owners”

Professional Service

Invited Lecturer

2011: Communication Studies Capstone Research Symposium, Argument as method:

Communication research in 2011 and beyond. Visiting scholar address, Cedarville, Ohio.

Reviewer: Conference Paper

2010: Communication Research Conference, Cedarville, Ohio.

Workshop Presenter

2011: Indiana Department of Health, Organize and illustrate: Maximizing oral

presentation effectiveness. Workshop presented at the Indiana Department of Health Public Health Nurse Conference., Indianapolis, Indiana.
Contracts, Grants and Sponsored Research


Mersha, T., "Facilitating continuous performance improvement." Sponsored by Fulton

County Dept. of Human Services, Atlanta, GA, $28,600. (2007 - 2008).
Mersha, T., "A performance measurement metrics." Sponsored by District of Columbia Department of Human Services, Community Services Division, Washington, D. C. $10,000. (2005).

List any contracts/grants submitted but pending approval

Development Activities/Professional Meetings, Conferences, Seminars Attended

“Symposium for Excellence in Online Education,” sponsored by the Alliance in Online Education, Macomb Community College, Warren, MI, November 6, 2009

“Promoting Student Learning: Diversity and Student Success,” Third Annual Conference in Teaching and Learning, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, May 12-13, 2009
“24th Annual Oakland County Economic Forecast,” sponsored by Oakland County Planning and Economic Development Services, Novi, MI, April 30, 2009
“Thriving in Uncertain Times with Cultural Competence,” sponsored by the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce, Southfield, MI, Feb. 18, 2009
Professionally Related Community Activities

Focus Group Moderator, Mutual Housing, Neighborhood Housing Services and First

National Bank. Baltimore, Maryland. (2005)
Task Force Member, City of Baltimore Lead Poisoning Prevention Task Force. (December 1990 - December 1992).
Seminar Organizer, "Financial Planning for Women,” University of Baltimore and the Executive Women's Network. (2004).
External Auditor, Troy Community Schools Parent Teacher Association, 2008 – Present.

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