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Dr. Marilyn Young



Dr. Marilyn YoungYoung

Associate Professor of Accounting

 Email: Dr. Marilyn Young

 

EDUCATION & CERTIFICATIONS

  • Ph.D. - University of Mississippi, Accounting
  • M. Tax - University of Alabama
  • B.S. - University of Alabama, Accounting
 Certified Public Accountant

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Assistant Professor of Accounting, Belmont University
  • Assistant Professor, Lipscomb University
  •  Tax Consultant, Frasier, Dean & Howard
  • Tax Accountant, Berol Corporation
  • Tax Associate, Deloitte & Touche

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  • Warren, L. & Young, M. (2009, August). Using Tinker Toys to Teach Product Costing. Accepted for AAA National Meeting, New York, New York.
  • Young, M. & Warren, L. (2009, August). Using Current Business Stories to Get Students Engaged. Presented at Conference on Teaching & Learning in Accounting, New York, New York.
  • Warren, L. & Young, M. (2008, August). Integrated Principles. Presented at AAA National Meeting, Anaheim, California.
  • Young, M. (2008). Using Experiential Learning to Teach Earnings Management: A Comprehensive Earnings Management Case. Global Perspectives on Accounting Education, 5 (2008), 55-63.
  • Young, M. & Warren, L. (2007, October). Using a Challenge Problem to Develop the Critical Thinking Skills of Your Students. Accepted for Colloquium on Change in Accounting Education, Scottsdale, Arizona.
  • Young, M. & Warren, L. (2007, August). Teaching Critical Thinking Skills in Accounting Principles. Accepted for American Accounting Association Annual Meeting , Chicago, Illinois.
  • Finley, J. & Young, M. (2006, August). Improving Accounting Ethics Education through Comparative Historical Analysis. Presented at American Accounting Association Annual Meeting , Washington, DC, District of Columbia.
  • Young, M., Taylor, S., & Finley, J. (2006, August). Using Experiential Learning to Teach Earnings Manipulation and Fraud Detection. Presented at American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, District of Columbia.

 

AWARDS & HONORS

  • Most Inspirational Professor Award, August 2009, Massey Graduate School, Belmont University.
  • Most Inspirational Professor Award, August 2007, Massey Graduate School, Belmont University.
  • Faculty Member of the Year, Beta Alpha Psi Chapter, College of Business, Belmont University. (2005)
  • Most Inspirational Professor Award, December 2005, Massey Graduate School, Belmont University.
  • Most Inspirational Professor Award, May 2005, Massey Graduate School, Belmont University.
  • Chaney Distinguished Professor, Belmont University. (2005)
  • Outstanding Teaching Award, College of Business, Belmont University. (2003)
  • Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award, Honorable Mention, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. (2008)
  • Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award, Honorable Mention, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. (2007)
  • Faculty Summer Research Grant, College of Business, Belmont University. (2003)
  • Faculty Summer Research Grant, College of Business, Belmont University. (2002)
     

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Marilyn Young began teaching at Belmont University in 2001. She has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Master of Tax Accounting from the University of Alabama, and a Ph.D. in Accounting from the University of Mississippi. 

 A Certified Public Accountant (CPA), her industry experience includes work as a Tax Accountant for Deloitte & Touche, and Frasier, Dean, and Howard and as a Tax Specialist in Corporate Finance at Empire Berol Corporation.

Before coming to Belmont University, she taught at Lipscomb University. Her teaching experience at Belmont includes both undergraduate and graduate classes in taxation and corporate accounting. Dr. Young also helps non-accounting students prepare to enter the Master in Accountancy program by teaching in the Summer Accounting Institute.

She has presented her research at various regional and national conferences. Articles she has written have been published in professional journals including the International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration, Tennessee CPA, Economics and Politics, and Journal of S Corporation Taxation.

Dr. Young holds membership in the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants, American Accounting Association, and American Taxation Association. McGraw-Hill/Irwin sought her expertise as a textbook reviewer for a new textbook entitled Taxation for Individuals. She has overseen Belmont students working in the IRS-sponsored VITA program to assist low income and elderly residents of Middle Tennessee prepare their income tax returns and she presented basic financial accounting concepts to entrepreneurs participating in The Growth Challenge Program.

The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants awarded her honorable mention in the Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award. She received an Outstanding Teaching Award from Lipscomb University and Outstanding Teaching Award from the College of Business Administration at Belmont University. Named multiple times as the Most Inspirational Professor of The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business and the Faculty Member of the Year by the Beta Alpha Psi chapter in the College of Business Administration, Dr. Young was presented with Belmont’s highest faculty honor, The Chaney Distinguished Professor Award, in 2005.

 

 



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