Gordian Ndubizu Wins Outstanding International Accounting Educator Award

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  • Gordian Ndubizu recognized with American Accounting Association’s 2012 Outstanding International Accounting Educator Award.

  • Dr. Ndubizu has published 40 papers in elite and highly respected academic journals, four book chapters, 45 proceedings and presentation at academic conferences, and 16 invited presentations.

Gordian A. Ndubizu, Ph.D., professor of accounting, has been awarded the American Accounting Association’s 2012 Outstanding International Accounting Educator Award for exceptional academic and professional achievements.

“For over 28 years, Gordian A. Ndubizu has made a substantial contribution to international accounting education through outstanding research, teaching, mentoring Ph.D. students, service to professional and academic organizations, and service to humanity,” the Association says in a statement. “He is one of the pioneers and leaders that introduced empirical research technology to international accounting studies. These contributions make Dr. Ndubizu an exemplary international accounting educator.”

In the area of research, Dr. Gordian Ndubizu’s record speaks for itself. He has published 40 papers in elite and highly respected academic journals, four book chapters, 45 proceedings and presentation at academic conferences, and 16 invited presentations. Over 80 percent of his publications are in the area of international accounting. He has also served on the editorial boards of many journals, including most U.S. international accounting journals. In addition, he has served as ad hoc reviewer for most major U.S. and international journals.

Dr. Ndubizu has taught accounting and international accounting at the undergraduate, graduate master’s and Ph.D. levels at Drexel LeBow since 1987.

 

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