Darla Moore School of Business professor elected to board of European Accounting Association
Dr. Timothy S. Doupnik, chairman of the School of Accounting at The Darla Moore School of Business, has been elected to the board of the European Accounting Association (EAA), a network of accounting scholars and researchers from across Europe. Doupnik will serve as the representative for North America. This is the second international honor Doupnik has recently garnered. Last year he received the Outstanding International Accounting Educator award from the International Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association.
Doupnik, who teaches financial and international accounting, joined the faculty of the University of South Carolina’s business school in 1982. He is a Moore Faculty Fellow and Cramer Fellow in International Accounting.
Director of School of Journalism and Mass Communications named president of AEJMC
Dr. Carol Pardun, director of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of South Carolina, will become the president of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Oct. 1. She finishes a term as president-elect and will be the second university faculty member to be elected president of the international organization; Dr. Judy Van Slyke was named president in 1995.
The AEJMC promotes high standards for journalism educators and addresses trends and topics relevant to media and journalism education.
Pardun joined the university’s faculty and administration in August 2008, having previously served as director of the School of Journalism at Middle Tennessee State University. Her book, “Choosing Sides: An Introduction to the Controversies Surrounding Advertising and Society,” was released last fall.