Timothy Fogarty, professor of accountancy, was named the first Thomas M. Dickerson Faculty Fellow in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the accountancy field through research, teaching, practice and academic administration.
“Tim has played a role in nearly every facet of the profession,” said Gary Previts, Distinguished University Professor and the E. Mandell de Windt Professor of Leadership and Enterprise Development. “He has been a leader in the academic arena, he has served the CPA profession in the development of the CPA examination, and he has served in several administrative posts on campus.”
Previts continued: “Tim’s scholarship is recognized globally. On his recent sabbatical he spent time as a visiting scholar in Australia, and he has coauthored with many developing younger scholars, serving as their mentor.”
The Thomas M. Dickerson Faculty Fellowship was named for a prominent former chair of the Accountancy Department who served the school for three decades.
“It is a great moment for the school when former faculty can be remembered and have their legacy of involvement continued through such naming activities,” said Previts.