Accounting Professor

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PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

Dr. Douglas M. Boyle, DBA, MBA, CPA, CMA

 

 


SUMMARY
Dr. Douglas M. Boyle, DBA, MBA, CPA, CMA, has over 30 years of professional experience in the areas of leadership, finance, operations, corporate governance and business turnarounds. He has served in executive roles in start-up, middle market and Fortune 500 companies where he has held the titles of Chief Executive Officer, President, Chief Operations Officer and Chief Financial Officer. He also worked as a Senior Auditor for KPMG Peat Marwick. Doug is an expert in leadership, finance, corporate governance, and business turnarounds as well as an executive coach and professional speaker. He is an internationally ranked researcher and author.

Doug serves as an Accounting Department Chair and professor at the University of Scranton, Doctorate of Business Administration Director, and Nonprofit Leadership Director. He has served as a professor in the Masters in Business Administration Programs at Delaware Valley College and Holy Family University. He has taught courses in leadership, finance, auditing, accounting, and strategy. 

Doug has served the Board of Directors for both public and private companies. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for Allied Services Health System. In addition to his role as Director, he serves on the Finance Committee and as Chairman of the Board for the Allied Services Skilled Nursing Division.

RESULTS
While serving in executive roles, Doug led and participated on teams that achieved the following results:
•      Realized over $315 million in operating margin improvement.
•      Closed over $3.1 billion in acquisitions.
•      Realized over $225 million in integration synergies.
•      Placed over $525 million in public and private debt placements.


EDUCATION
Doug holds a Doctorate Program in Business Administration from Kennesaw State University with a concentration in Corporate Governance and Accounting. Doug holds an MBA from Columbia University and a BS in Accounting from the University of Scranton. His areas of research include leadership, corporate governance, financial performance, and auditing.

CERTIFICATIONS & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Doug is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Management Accountant and Six Sigma Black Belt trained in operations. He has completed ongoing Executive Programs at Harvard Business School, Stanford University, the University of Pennsylvania, The Center for Creative Leadership and the Chopra Center in operations, human resources, strategy, leadership, and wellness, respectively. Doug has completed the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) Bridge Program where he obtained the designation of a professionally qualified faculty member in finance, accounting and management.

TEACHING AWARDS

  • University of Scranton, Faculty Senate Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award (2019)
  • “Professors to Know in Business Programs Based in the Northeast,” one of 6 graduate business faculty recognized by org (2020 and 2019)
  • University of Scranton, Kania School of Management Innovation in Curriculum Award (2017 – 2108)
  • University of Scranton, Kania School of Management Alperin Teaching Fellow Award (2015 – 2018)
  • The Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants Outstanding Educator of the Year award (2015)
  • University of Scranton, Provost’s Excellence in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (2014)
  • Outstanding Lecturer Award, Cultural Mission of the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia (2012)
  • University of Scranton, Kania School of Management Teacher of the Year Award (2011 – 2012 and 2009 – 2010)


RESEARCH 

  • Ranked No. 1 internationally for leading refereed accounting practitioner journals, “The Intersection of Academia and Practice: Publishing in Leading U.S. Accounting Organizations’ Journals,” Issues in Accounting Education, (2020)
  • Ranked among the top internationally for accounting education publications in leading academic journals (BYU ranking for the six year period 2014 – 2019)
  • Ranked among the top internationally for accounting experimental publications in leading academic journals (BYU ranking for the six year period 2014 – 2019)
  • Ranked among the top internationally for audit publications in the leading academic journals (BYU ranking for the six year period 2014 – 2019)
  • Ranked among the top internationally for all accounting research methods publications in the leading academic journals (BYU ranking for the six year period 2014 – 2019)
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Lybrand Silver Medal, “Do Dark Personalities Lurk in Your Company,” (2021)
  • Kania School of Management Faculty Award for Excellence in Scholarship (2020)
  • Institute of Management Accountants Curtis C. Verschoor Ethics Article of the Year Award, “The Value of Trust to Financial Professionals and Their Organizations,” (2020)
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Lybrand Silver Medal, “SEC Whistleblower Program Expands,” (2020)
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Lybrand Bronze Medal, “Goodwill Accounting: The Matter of Serial Non-Impairment,” (2020)
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Certificates of Merit (2020, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017).
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Lybrand Gold Medal, “Beyond Internal Controls: The Need for Behavioral Assessment and Modification in Fraud Mitigation Efforts,” (2019)
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Lybrand Gold Medal, “The Continuing Saga of Goodwill Accounting,” (2016)
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Lybrand Silver Medal, “Operation Broken Gate: The SEC Holding Gatekeepers Accountable,” (2015)
  • The Institute of Management Accountants Lybrand Bronze Medal, “New Rules for Lessee Accounting: A Summary of the Lessee Provisions of Accounting Standards Update,” (2014)
  • University of Scranton Provost’s Excellence in Scholarly Publication Award (2012)
  • The Institute of Internal Auditors Michael J. Barrett Doctoral Dissertation Award (2011)
  • Kennesaw State University DBA Excellence in Research Award (2010)
  • Twelve Best Presentation Awards at International Academic Conferences (Orlando, Florida (2020), Las Vegas, Nevada (2019), New York, New York (2019), Dublin, Ireland (2019), Denver, Colorado (2019), New York, New York (2018), Barcelona, Spain, (2017), San Diego, California (2017), San Juan, Puerto Rico, (2015), London, United Kingdom, (2015), London, United Kingdom, (2015), San Antonia, Texas, (2014))
  • Institute of Management Accountants Research Grant (2015). “The Importance of Various Types of Communication Skills at Different Career Levels in Accounting.”
  • PricewaterhouseCoopers Inquires Research Grant Award (2012). “An Empirical Study into the Importance, Characteristics, Channels, and Content of Communication Skills within Public Accounting.”
  • Institute of Management Accountants Research Grant (2010). “Understanding the Perceptions of Accounting Practitioners: Teaching, Research, and Careers in Academia.”
  • Institute of Internal Auditors Research Grant (2010). “The Effect of Internal Audit Report Types and Reporting Relationship on Internal Auditors’ Judgments.”
  •  University of Scranton Internal Research Grant (2009). “An Empirical Investigation of the Characteristics, Perceived Interests, Benefits and Barriers in Transitioning from a Professional Accounting Career into Accounting Academia.”

His work has been published in such outlets as, Journal of Accountancy and Public Policy, Accounting Horizon, Issues in Accountancy Education, Journal of Accountancy Education, The Accounting Educator’s Journal, Current Issues in Auditing, The Journal of Accountancy, Strategic Finance, Management Accounting Quarterly, Internal Auditing, The Journal of Applied Business Research, The Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Fraud Magazine, The CPA Journal and the PICPA Journal

PUBLICATIONS

Kogan, G., Myers, N.E., Gaydon, D., and Boyle, D.M., (2021). Adding Value by Leading Governance for Analytics and Automation. Internal Auditor, (Forthcoming).

Boyle, D. M., and D. R. Hermanson. (2020). Research Initiatives in Accounting Education: Developing and Utilizing Faculty. Issues in Accounting Education 2020:35(4);75-86.

Fulmore, A.L., Boyle, D.M., and Mahoney, D.P. (2020). Valuable Credential  Opportunities for Contemporary Accounting Professionals. The CPA Journal, (Forthcoming).

Stampone, A.L., Boyle, D.M., Hermanson, D.M. (2020). An Analysis of the IMA’s Lybrand Awards: 2010 – 2019. Management Accounting Quarterly. Summer 2020.

Parker, R.D., Boyle, D.M., and Carpenter, B.W. (2020). Do Dark Triad Personalities Lurk in Your Company? Strategic Finance, June 2020. IMA Lybrand Competition Silver Medal.

Li, R., Gaydon, D.J., and Boyle, D.M. (2020). Occupational Fraud Trends and Implications. Internal Auditing, May/June 2020.

Oppong, A.A., Gaydon, D.J., and Boyle, D.M. (2020). Managing Reputational and Financial Risks Through Internal Whistleblower Programs. Management Accounting Quarterly, Spring 2020.

 Boyle, D. M., J. F. Boyle, and D. R. Hermanson. (2020). How to Publish in Peer-Reviewed Practitioner Accounting Journals. Issues in Accounting Education 2020;35(2):19-30.

Boyle, D. M., J. F. Boyle, and D. R. Hermanson. (2020). The Intersection of Academia and Practice: Publishing in Leading U.S. Accounting Organizations’ Journals. Issues in Accounting Education. 2020;35(2):1-17.

Hilderbrand, J.L., Stampone, A.L., Boyle, D.M. (2020). Creating Sustainable Stakeholder Value. Internal Auditing, March/April 2020.

 Boyle, D.M., Hermanson, D.R., and Krull G.W. (2020). How Research-Focused Doctoral Programs Can Enhance Business Education. AACSB BizEd, April 2020.

 Marcy, A., Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Mahoney D.M., (2020) The Value of Trust to Financial Professionals and Their Organizations. Strategic Finance, March 2020. IMA Curtis C. Verschoor Ethics Article of the Year.

 Sunday, J.W., Gaydon, D.J., and Boyle, D.M. (2020). SEC Enforcement: Doing More With Less. Internal Auditing, January/February 2020.

 O’Brian, P.A., Boyle, D.M. (2019). Do You Have Emotional Intelligence? Strategic Finance, June 2019. IMA Certificate of Merit Award.

 Gaydon, D.J., Boyle, D.M. (2019). SEC Whistleblower Program Expands. Strategic Finance, November 2019. IMA Lybrand Competition Silver Medal.

 Chacko, J., Boyle, D.M. (2019). Addressing the Talent Management Challenge in Internal Auditing. Internal Auditing, January/February 2019. 

 Burke, J., Boyle, D.M., and Mahoney, D.P. (2019). Goodwill Accounting: The Matter of Serial Non-Impairment. Management Accounting Quarterly, Spring 2019. IMA Lybrand Competition Bronze Medal.

 Isaacson, E.V., Lori, H.J., and Boyle, D.M., (2019). Areas of Deficiency. Internal Auditor, June 2019.

 Gallagher, C.G., and Zielinski, K.L., and Boyle, D.M., (2019). The More You Say. Internal Auditor, April 2019.

 Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., Carpenter, B.W., and Mahoney, D.P. (2019). Leadership Skills at Every Career Level. Strategic Finance, April 2019. 

Boyle, J.F., Boyle, D.M., and Lenns, C.A. (2019). Corporate State Tax Next Operating Losses. Tax Advisor, February 2019.

Gaydon, D.J. and Boyle, D.M. (2018). Penalizing Corruption. Internal Auditor, December 2018.

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Mahoney, D.P. (2018). Beyond Internal Controls: The Need for Behavioral Assessment and Modification in Fraud Mitigation Efforts. Management Accounting Quarterly, Fall 2018. IMA Lybrand Gold Medal Article of the Year.

 Boyle, D.M., DeZoort, T.F., Hermanson, D.R., and Wolfe, D.T. (2018). Improving Fraud Risk Management with an Enhanced Fraud Triangle. Fraud Magazine. March/April, 2018.

Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., and Mahoney, D.P. (2017). Developing the Communication Skills Required for Sustainable Career Success. Management Accounting Quarterly, Fall 2017.

 Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Carpenter, B.W. (2016). Accounting Student Academic Dishonesty: What Accounting Faculty and Administrators Believe. The Accounting Educators’ Journal. Volume Special Edition 2016; 39-61.

 Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Carpenter, B.W. (2016). SEC Supercharges Whistleblower Program. Strategic Finance, March 2016. IMA Certificate of Merit.

Bishop, C., Coyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W. and Hermanson, D.R. (2016). Transitioning into Academia: A New Pathway for Practitioners. Journal of Accountancy. March 2016.

 Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., Luciani, N., and Mahoney, D.P. (2016). Goodwill Impairment Adequacy: Perspectives of Public Accounting Professionals. Management Accounting Quarterly, Winter 2016. IMA Certificate of Merit.

 Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., Carpenter, B.W., and Mahoney, D.P. (2015). The Continuing Saga of Goodwill Accounting. Management Accounting Quarterly, Fall 2015. IMA Lybrand Gold Medal Article of the Year.  

 Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Carpenter, B.W. (2015). Insights into the Accounting Quality Model: An Interview with Craig M. Lewis (Former SEC Chief Economist) and Implications for Practitioners. The CPA Journal, May 2015. 

 Boyle, D.M., DeZoort, T., and Hermanson, D. (2015). The Effects of Internal Audit Report Type and Reporting Relationship on Internal Auditors’ Risk Judgments. Accounting Horizons, September 2015: 29(3):695-178.

 Boyle, D.M. and Carpenter B.W. (2015). Professional Skepticism: Insights from Recent Research for Auditors of Financial Statements. The CPA Journal, March 2015. 

 Boyle, D.M. and Mahoney, D.P. (2015). Implications of the Global Financial Crisis: Interagency Investigations and Enforcement Actions. The CPA Journal, April 2015.  

 Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., and Hermanson, D. (2015). The Accounting Faculty Shortage: Causes and Contemporary Solutions. Accounting Horizons29 (2), 245-264. 

 Boyle, D.M., DeZoort, T., and Hermanson, D. (2015). The Effect of Alternative Fraud Model Use on Auditors’ Fraud Risk Judgments. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, June 2015. 

  Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., Hermanson, D., and Mero N. (2015). Examining the Perceptions of Professionally Oriented Accounting Faculty. Journal of Accounting Education, March 2015; 33(1):1-15. 

 Bishop, C., Boyle, D.B., DeZoort T., Hermanson. D. Iannarelli, J. and Sharma, D. (2014). An Examination of Non-Traditional Doctoral Education. The Pathways Commission (Jointly Sponsored by the AICPA and the AAA).

 Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Mahoney, D.P. (2014). Avoiding Common Fraud Pitfalls: Learning Objectives for Consideration by Practitioners and Boards. Strategic Finance, February 2015. IMA Certificate of Merit.

 Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Carpenter, B.W. (2015). The SEC’s Operation Broken Gate Initiative: Internal Audit’s Role as a 'Gatekeeper'. Internal Auditing, January/February 2015.

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., Carpenter, B.W., and Mahoney, D.P. (2015). Operation Broken Gate: The SEC Holding Gatekeepers Accountable. Strategic Finance, January 2015. IMA Lybrand Silver Medal.

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Carpenter, B.W. (2014). Meeting the Ever Evolving and Increasing Expectations of the Audit Committee. Internal Auditing, September/October 2014. 

Boyle, D.M., Mahoney, D.P., Carpenter, B.M., and Grambo, R.J. (2014). The Importance of Communication Skills at Different Career Levels. The CPA Journal, August 2014. 

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Carpenter B.W. (2014). Too Much Data and Not Enough Analysis:  The Authors Respond. The CPA Journal, June 2014.  

Boyle, D.M. and Rudy, J.A. (2014). The Volcker Rule: Accounting Treatment and Implications for Investments in Debt Securities. The CPA Journal, June 2014. 

Boyle, D.M. and Mahoney, D.P. (2014). The Increasing Relevance of GASB Statement No. 58.  The CPA Journal, May 2014. 

 Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., and Mahoney, D.P. (2014). New Rules for Lessee Accounting: A Summary of the Lessee Provisions of Accounting Standards Update. Management Accounting Quarterly, Winter 2014. IMA Lybrand Bronze Medal.

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.B., and Carpenter, B.W. (2014). The SEC's Renewed Focus on Accounting Fraud:  Insights and Implications for Practitioners. The CPA Journal, February 2014. 

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Mahoney, D.P. (2014). The Value-Added Significance of Continuous Assurance. Internal Auditing, January/February 2014. 

Boyle, J.F., and Boyle, D.M. (2013). The Role of Internal Audit in Enterprise Risk Management. Internal Auditing, July/August 2013. 

Boyle, J.F., Boyle, D.M., Hermanson, D. R., and Houston, R. (2013). An Analysis of Quality Control Defects Appearing in Smaller Firms’ Updated PCAOB Inspection Reports. The CPA Journal, June 2013.    

Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., Hermanson, D. R., and Mensah, M. (2013). Transitioning from practice to academia: Examining the interest of accountants. Management Accounting Quarterly, Fall 2013. 

Boyle, D.M., Lawrence, R. and Mahoney, D.P. (2013). Navigating the Maze of Today’s Professional Credentials. The CPA Journal, June 2013. 

Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., Hermanson, D. R. and Mensah, M. (2013). The Accounting Doctorate Shortage: Opportunities for Practitioners. Strategic Finance, May 2013.  

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.F., and Mahoney, D.P. (2013). Ask Yourself the Right Questions Before Embarking on an Audit. The PICPA Journal, Spring 2013. 

Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., and Hermanson, D. R., Mensah, M. (2012). Understanding the Accounting Faculty Shortage: Perceptions of Practitioners. Institute of Management Accountants C-Suite Report, Summer, 1-14. 

Boyle, D.M., Hermanson, D.R., and Wilbanks, R.M. (2012). Financial Statement Fraud: Monitoring the C- Suite. Internal Auditing, Summer, 3-9. 

Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., and Mahoney, D.P. (2012). Goodwill Accounting: A Closer Examination of the Matter of Non-Impairments. Management Accounting Quarterly, Summer, 14(4), 10-19. IMA Certificate of Merit.

Carpenter, B.W., Boyle, D.M., and Ren, Y. (2012). The Impending Demise of LIFO: History, Threats, Implications, and Potential Remedies. Journal of Applied Business Research, 28(4), 1-6. 

Carpenter, B.W., Bankert, J.P., and Boyle, D.M. (2012). The historical development of Dollar Value LIFO Method of Inventory Valuation. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 24(1), 34-48. 

Carpenter, B.W., and Boyle, D.M. (2012). Goodwill Impairment Testing: Revised FASB Standard and Respondent Comments. The PICPA Journal, Spring, 4-6. 

Boyle, D.M., Hermanson, D.R. and Wilkins, A. (2012). Corporate Governance: Preparing for the Expanding Role of the Internal Audit Function. Internal Auditing, March/April, 13-19. 

Bishop, C., Boyle, Hermanson, D.R. and Clune, R. (2012). A Different Model for Doctoral Education in Accounting and Auditing: Student. Current Issues in Auditing, 6(1), 1-16. 

Boyle, D.M., Carpenter, B.W., and Hermanson, D. R. (2012). CEOs, CFOs, and accounting fraud. The CPA Journal, 82(1), 62-65. 

Boyle, D.M., Hermanson, D.R., and Wilkins, A. (2011). Ethics Audits: Implications for Internal Auditors.  Internal Auditing, November/December, 3-9. 

Carpenter, B.W., and Boyle, D.M. (2011). Testing goodwill for impairment: An Optional Consideration of Qualitative Factors. The CPA Journal, 81(11), 36-39. 

Boyle, D.M., Hermanson, D.R. and Mensah, M. (2011). Addressing the Accounting and Auditing Faculty Shortage: Practitioners’ Perceptions of Academia. Current Issues in Auditing, 5(1), 70-85.    

PAPER PROCEEDINGS AND PRESENTATIONS

Boyle, Douglas; Emma Boyle; Daniel Mahoney "The Importance of Emotional Intelligence," Proceedings of the Clute 2020 International Business and Teaching Conference, Orlando FL, January 2, 2020.

Boyle, Douglas; Daniel Buzzerio "The Dark Triad and Professional Skepticism," Proceedings of the Clute 2019 International Business and Teaching Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, October 13, 2019.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian "Corporate Social Responsibly and Taxation," Proceedings of the Clute 2019 International Business and Teaching Conference, New York, New York, August 4, 2019.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian "The Perceived Relationship between Accounting Doctoral Emphasis and the Importance of those Emphases on Career Success," Proceedings of the Clute 2019 International Business and Teaching Conference, Dublin, Ireland June 3, 2019.

Boyle, Douglas, “Fraud Models and the Dark Triad,” Business School and Institute of Fraud Examiners Research Presentation at DeSales University, March 18, 2019.

Boyle, Douglas, “Nontraditional Doctoral Degrees in Accounting,” Business School Research Presentation at Marist College, September 19, 2018.

Boyle, Douglas; Boyle, James; Carpenter, Brian; and Mahoney, Daniel "Leadership Skills Needed For Success As An Accountant: An Examination Of The Data By Career Levels For Career Levels," Proceedings of the Clute 2018 International Business and Teaching Conference, Barcelona, Spain, June 4, 2018, page 125-1.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; Marcy, Amanda; and Regan, Ashley "The Doctorally-Qualified Accounting Faculty Shortage And The Demand For Non-Traditional Doctoral Programs: Additional Insights" Clute 2018 International Business Conference, Washington D.C., April 9, 2018.

Boyle, Douglas; Boyle, James; Carpenter, Brian; and Mahoney, Daniel "An Examination of Leadership Skills Needed to Succeed as an Accountant" Clute 2018 International Business Conference, Orlando, Florida, January 4, 2018.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; Marcy, Amanda; and Regan, Ashley "The Doctorally-qualified Accounting Faculty Shortage and the Demand for Non-traditional Doctoral Programs" 2017 National meeting of the American Accounting Association, San Diego, California, August 8, 2017.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; and Mahoney, Daniel "Communications Skills Needed in Public Accounting: The View from the Profession" 2017 International meeting of the International Association of Business and Public Administration Disciplines, Dallas, Texas, April 21, 2017.

Boyle, Douglas; Boyle, James; and Carpenter, Brian "Accounting Student Dishonesty: What Accounting Faculty and Adminstrators Believe" 2017 American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 24, 2017.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; and Mahoney, Daniel "Lessee Accounting: The History and Main Provisions of the New Lease Accounting Standards" 2017 International Academic Conference on Business, San Diego, California, March 13, 2017, p.238-1 (Best Paper Award).

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; and Mahoney, Daniel "An Examination of Communication Skills Deemed as Most Important for Career Advancement in Accounting" 2016 International Academic Business Conference, Venice, Italy, June 6, 2016, page 230.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; and Castellani, Vincent "The New Accounting Standards for Leases: An Examination of the Standards' Progression" The University of Scranton’s 16th Annual Celebration of Student Scholars, Scranton, PA., May 4, 2016.

Boyle, Douglas; Boyle, James; Carpenter, Brian "The SEC Whistleblower Program Expands Focus: Retaliatory Behavior, Confidentiality Agreements, and Compliance Personnel" 2016 American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences National Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 19, 2016, page 167.

Boyle, Douglas; Boyle, James; Carpenter, Brian "Accounting Faculty and Administrator’s Perceptions of Accounting Student Dishonesty, Part II: Analyzing the Covariates", the 2015 Clute International Business and Education Conference, London, England, July 10, 2015, p.1 (Best Paper Award).

Boyle, Douglas; Boyle, James; Carpenter, Brian "Accounting Student Academic Dishonesty: Faculty and Administrators' Perceptions", the 2015 Clute International Business Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 25, 2015, p.22 (Best Paper Award).

Boyle, Douglas and Carpenter, Brian "Professional Skepticism Experiment: Effects of Trait and State on Auditors' Judgments and Actions", the 2015 National Meeting of Academic and Business Research Institute, Orlando, Florida, January 2, 2015.

Boyle, D. M., J. F. Boyle, and B. W. Carpenter. 2014. Innovative Learning Outcomes and Methods to Enable Accounting Students and Professionals to Meet the High Ethical Expectations of the Profession. Presented at The Clute Institute International Academic Conference, San Antonio, March 2014, (Best Paper Award).

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; Hermanson, Dana; and Mero, Neal “An Examination of the Perceptions of Professionally Qualified Faculty”, the 2014 National Meeting of the American Association of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 22, 2014.

Boyle, Douglas; Boyle, James, and Carpenter, Brian “The SEC’s Renewed Focus on Accounting Fraud: Insights and Implications for Practitioners”, the 2014 National Meeting of the American Association of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 21, 2014.

Boyle, D.B., Boyle, J.F., Mahoney, D. “Mastering Eight Behavioral Learning Objectives to Meet the High Ethical Expectation of the Profession”, The Clute Institute International Academic Conference 2014. 

Boyle, D.M., Boyle, J.B. & Salerno, D.F. “A Survey of University Accounting Professors on Student Academic Dishonesty in the Classroom: Degree, Causes and Perceptions,” The 20th Annual 2013 ASBBS Conference.  

Boyle, D.M. “A Literature Review on Financial Statement Fraud Models: Application to the C-Suite,” The Clute Institute 2013 Key West International Academic Conference.  

Carpenter, Brian W., Boyle, Douglas M., and Ren, Yi "The Implications of the Impending Demise of LIFO: History, IFRS, Budget Deficit, and Potential Remedies", the 2012 Clute International Business and Economics Research Meeting, Orlando, Florida, January 3, 2012, p.745-746.

Boyle, D.M., J.F. Boyle, D. Mahoney & R. Grambo. “Deterring Future Fraudsters: A Pedagogy Using the Fraud Triangle, Case Studies, and Experiential Learning,” Academy of Business Research 2012 Atlantic City International Academic Conference. 

Bishop, C., Boyle D.M., Carpenter, B.W., and Hermanson, D.R. “C-Suite Financial Reporting Fraud: CEO and CFO Perspectives”, the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Institute for Fraud Prevention, Raleigh, North Carolina, June 9th, 2011.

Boyle, Douglas; Carpenter, Brian; Hermanson, Dana; and Mensah, Michael “Understanding the Accounting and Auditing Faculty Shortage: Perceptions from Practitioners, Deans, and Faculty”, Proceedings of the 2011 National Meeting of the American Association of Business and Behavioral Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 25, 2011, pp. 593-598.

Boyle, D.B. (2011). The Effects of Internal Audit Report Type and Reporting Relationship on Internal Auditors’ Judgments. The University of Scranton Faculty Research Presentation. 

Johnson, R.T., D.M. Boyle & R.J. Grambo. (2010). An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of the G.I. Bill in the Business Community in General and the Accounting Profession in Particular.  The American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences 17th Annual 2010 Meeting.   

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Doug was admitted into the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) in 2004. He is a member of the Institute of Management Accountants, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.