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Arlinghaus and Rubin appointed to new professorships
Barry P. Arlinghaus has been named the first Deloitte & Touche Professor of Accountancy by Miami University's Richard T. Farmer School of Business.
Arlinghaus is co-author of An Introduction to Federal Income Taxes. He has published numerous articles on the organization and operation of large corporate tax departments, the education of tax professionals and the taxation of flow-through entities. His current research interests include succession planning for privately held and family businesses and goal setting and evaluation of tax professionals at large corporations.
Marc A. Rubin has been named the first PricewaterhouseCoopers Professor of Accountancy by Miami University's Richard T. Farmer School of Business.
Rubin, a member of Miami's accountancy faculty since 1990, teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in financial accounting. He received the Beta Gamma Sigma Distinguished Faculty Award for teaching excellence in 1998 and chairs the Committee on Undergraduate Courses and Curriculum of University Senate.
Rubin has published numerous articles on municipal and school district accounting and auditing practices in several journals, including The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy, Public Budgeting & Finance, and The Government Accountants Journal. He authored a monograph published by the Government Accounting Standards Board and currently serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Public Budgeting, Accounting & Financial Management and Research in Governmental and Nonprofit Accounting.
Outside Miami, Arlinghaus has held numerous positions in academic and professional organizations, including the Federation of Schools of Accountancy (board member) and the American Taxation Association (vice president and trustee) and Ohio Society of CPAs (chair of the taxation committee, board member and Cincinnati chapter president).
Arlinghaus joined Miami's accountancy department in 1983 and has served as department chair for five years. Previously, he taught at Southern Illinois University and Texas Technical University.
Rubin is on several committees of the Federation of Schools of Accountancy and the American Accounting Association. He is president-elect of the association's Government and Nonprofit Section.
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