LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 24, 2010) - David Hulse, Deloitte & Touche Professor of Accountancy in the Von Allmen School of Accountancy at the University of Kentucky's Gatton College of Business and Economics, recently received national recognition from both the American Accounting Association (AAA) and one of its sections, the American Taxation Association (ATA).
Hulse, who joined the UK faculty in 1993, was appointed as one of the associate editors of Issues in Accounting Education, a journal of the AAA which has a national and international circulation. The publication examines effective techniques and instructional activities in the teaching of accounting, what works in the classroom and what does not, informed by evidence gathered from cases submitted by professors from across the world. Part of Hulse's responsibility as associate editor is to review articles, making suggestions and recommendations to faculty colleagues, as well as to Bill Pasewark, editor of the journal. Issues in Accounting Education is published quarterly. His appointment is effective immediately and continues through 2012.
Hulse also received high praise from the president of the ATA, Lillian Mills of the University of Texas, for his work on behalf of the organization at the national meeting of the AAA. "David did a great job with the annual meeting planning, overseeing the selection of research papers, lining up participants for discussions, and taking care of various other details," said Mills.
Hulse, author of numerous research articles, teaches courses to both undergraduate and graduate students in the Gatton College in the areas of federal income taxation, financial accounting, and corporate taxation.
"David is a wonderful example of why I am so proud of the world-class faculty we have here in our college," said D. Sudharshan, dean of the Gatton College.
A Pennsylvania native, Hulse lives in Lexington with his wife, Carol, their two children, and the family's dog.