Aaron Pennington

Aaron D Pennington

Asst Professor - Educator

Professional Summary

I have eight years experience teaching in higher education. During this time I have taught at a large public institution, a small liberal arts institution and a Historically Black College. Prior to my time in higher education I spent a brief time in the practice of law and several years in public accounting. In public accounting I was able to experience working at a big four firm and a smaller regional firm. I have been admitted to the bar in Georgia and Tennessee, also I am a Georgia Certified Public Accountant.

Education

JD, The University of Tennessee, College of Law Knoxville, Tennessee, 2006 (Business and Transacitonal Law)

BBA, University of Georgia, Terry College of Business Athens, GA, 2002 (Accounting )

M.Acc., University of Georgia, Terry College of Business Athens, GA, 2002 (Auditing & Accounting Information Systems)

Research and Practice Interests

I have published in the area of fraud education at the undergraduate level. I have presented papers related to occupational fraud education, international trade law, and continuing professional education among higher educators. Currently I am interested in researching civil asset forfeiture.

Publications

Other Publications

Holloway, James E; Noelting, D. Tevis; Pennington, Aaron; Johnson, Vanessa (06-06-2018. )Law and Business as a School of Thought Pedagogy to Teach the Theory and Practice of the School .18 (2 ), UC Davis School of Law Business Law Journal

Service

The Black Faculty Association’s Career Advancement Committee Committee Member Type:University Level:University 08-15-2017

ACCT 4033 Revision Curriculum Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-15-2017

Managerial Accounting Principles Textbook Selection Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department Bad Format: 20170100

Business Law Curriculum Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-15-2015

Director Undergraduate Accounting Program (Correspondence with all majors, career advising for majors, help connect with co-ops and internships, maintain blackboard site )Director Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-15-2015

Scholarship Committee Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-15-2015

Undergraduate Programs Team (To continuously review and enhance undergraduate programs seeking academic excellence; to recommend curriculum changes to the faculty for adoption; to monitor undergraduate curriculum policy; to monitor undergraduate program curricular compliance with AACSB standards; to create, monitor, and apply assurance of learning for the undergraduate programs. )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 08-15-2015

Undergraduate Programs Team Committee Member Type:University/College Service Level:University 08-15-2015

Atlantic Law Journal (Review and edit articles for inclusion in the journal )Editor, Associate Editor Type:Prof. Org. Level:Service to Professional Associations 03-04-2011 -05-15-2015

Professional Affiliation

Bad Format: 20120600: Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, International

06-15-2011: Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants,

03-14-2011: Past President The 2017 Annual MAALSB Conference will be held April 7-8 at Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland. The MAALSB is an association of teachers and scholars in the fields of business law, legal environment, and law-related coursed outside of professional law schools, with members primarily from the Mid-Atlantic states. We welcome everyone who shares our interest in business law education, regardless of geography or title, and take pride in our encouraging and supportive culture. We also publish the Atlantic Law Journal, a double-blind, peer-reviewed publication focused on articles of interest in the areas of business law and business law education, and are a regional association of the national Academy of Legal Studies in Business. Mid-Atlantic Association of Legal Studies in Business, Regional

Bad Format: 20100600: The purpose of the Academy shall be to promote and encourage scholarship and superior teaching of legal studies in business, business law and the legal and ethical environment of business (hereinafter “Fields”) in colleges and universities; to promote research and scholarship through the regular publications of professional law journals; to foster a better understanding between research and teaching in the Fields; to develop and maintain a collegial and cooperative relationship among teachers and scholars in the Fields; and to encourage and promote high ethical standards in the conduct of business. Academy of Legal Studies in Business, International

06-15-2007: Georgia Socicey of Certified Public Accountants,

Courses Taught

CORP LAW & SOC RESP

FIN ACCT

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

ACCT MGR DECISIONS

FIN ACCT

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

MANAGERIAL ACCT

MANAGERIAL ACCT

TEACHING ASSISTANT

CORPLAW&SOCRESP

CORPLAW&SOCRESP

FINACCT

LEGALENVIRONMENT

LEGALENVIRONMENT

MANAGERIAL ACCT

ACCT MGR DECISIONS

ACCT MGR DECISIONS

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

MANAGERIAL ACCT

CORP LAW & SOC RESP

FIN ACCT

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

FIN ACCT

MANAGERIAL ACCT

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Legal Environment of Business

Legal Environment of Business

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Financial Accounting

Legal Environment of Business

Faculty Development Activities

04-20-2018 Bias in the Tenure and Promotion Process This seminar was designed as an open forum for idea sharing and coaching in navigating the promotion process. , Office of the Provost Cincinnati, OH, US Type:Seminar

03-22-2018 Addressing Incivility in the Classroom: Effective Strategies for Faculty This workshop was sponsored by the Office of the Provost. The focus was addressing and managing class room issues. , Office of the Provost Cincinnati, OH, US Type:Workshop

01-05-2018 -01-11-2018 Faculty Development in International Business This program was an in-depth immersion into the Chilean wine industry. , Temple University Philladelphia, OH, US Type:Conference Attendance

Contact Information

319 Carl H. Lindner Hall
Phone: 513-556-9033
Fax: 513-556-6278
penninao@ucmail.uc.edu