Two faculty members from The School of Business were recently announced winners of the Outstanding Author Contribution category in the 2020 Emerald Literati Awards. Hossein Nouri, professor of accounting & information systems, and Maria S. Domingo, associate professor of accounting & information systems, were both the contributors.
They were awarded for their work, titled “Gender and Performance in Accounting Courses During and After Shock Periods,” as a chapter contribution to a textbook. They compare the academic performances between gender and transfer students in accounting programs with native accounting students during and after shock periods.
The Emerald Literati Awards are hosted by Emerald Publishing, a company based in Bingley, UK with more than fifty years of experience in showcasing digital research and academic writing. Other awards included outstanding reviewer, outstanding paper, and outstanding journal contribution.
Nouri’s background specializes in managerial accounting auditing and has previously worked on publications based in behavioral accounting and pedagogical research. Through her previous background as a federal tax analyst and manager, Domingo’s research focuses on the areas of federal income tax, and state and local tax.