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    KSOM Alumni Faculty Research Cited

    Four faculty in the University’s Kania School of Management have had their research featured by professional organizations and cited in recent Supreme Court decisions.
    November 1, 2019

    Three Accounting Department faculty members at The University of Scranton, Amanda Marcy ’10, G’11, Ashley Stampone ’10, G’11, and David Salerno, Ph.D. ’97, G’06, and Economics and Finance Department faculty member, John Ruddy, D.P.S. ’91, recently had their research featured by a professional organization and cited in a Texas Supreme Court decisions. All are University of Scranton graduates.

    Marcy and Stampone’s work, titled “Emerging Technologies Will Impact More Than Office Duties” and set to be published in the Pennsylvania CPA Journal this fall, was featured in an article by the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants concerning how technological advancements will bring changes to CPA licensing and the CPA Exam. Marcy, assistant professor of accounting, received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from The University of Scranton, where she is currently pursuing her D.B.A. She joined the accounting faculty at the University in 2015 and is a certified public accountant. Stampone, faculty specialist in accounting, received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from The University of Scranton. She is also pursuing her D.B.A. at the University. A certified public accountant, she has taught at Scranton since 2016.

    Dr. Salerno and Dr. Ruddy’s work, titled “Defining and Quantifying Pension Liabilities of Government Entities in the United States” and published in the Journal of Corporate Accounting and Finance, was cited by the Supreme Court of Texas in rendering a government employee pension decision involving the Dallas Police and Fire Pension System. Dr. Salerno, associate professor of accounting received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from The University of Scranton and his doctoral degree from Kent State University. A certified public accountant, he joined the University faculty full-time in 2007. Dr. Ruddy, assistant professor of economics and finance, received his bachelor’s degree from The University of Scranton, his master’s degree from George Washington University and his doctoral degree from Pace University. A certified public accountant and a chartered financial analyst, he joined the faculty at Scranton full-time in 2013.

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