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Daniel D. Robinson Accounting Award

Nomination Requirements 

Purpose: To recognize excellence and leadership of an individual who demonstrates a continuous commitment to the advancement of college and university accounting and reporting.

Background: This award honors Daniel D. Robinson, a retired partner with the accounting firm KPMG Peat Marwick who was responsible for company services to higher education.

Nomination Process:  The Awards Council seeks annual nominations for this award from the higher education community. The recipient is selected in the spring with the presentation of the award to occur during the NACUBO Annual Meeting. 

Selection Criteria:  Criteria for selection include, but are not limited to:

  • Contributes to the advancement of college and university accounting, reporting and fiscal management through service to the profession
  • Collaboration with and service to standards setting organizations, such as the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • Designs, develops or implements innovative approaches to accounting issues
  • Creation, dissemination or interpretation of material relevant to accounting standards/practices, to include publications or presentations

Nature of Award: An inscribed plaque, suitable for display.

Promotion of Award:   An annual publicity campaign to provide maximum visibility to the program, including coverage in Business Officer magazine.


2012 Award Recipients


Past Recipients

2011
Teresa Gordon - University of Idaho

2010
Cheryl Soper - University of Michigan

2009
Andrew M. Paluf - University of Notre Dame

2008
Susan E. Budak - NACUBO Consultant

2007
Dale C. Larson - University of Dallas

2006
Roger Patterson - The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2005
Larry Goldstein - Campus Strategies

2004
Charles Tegen - Clemson University

2003
Katheleen McNeely - Indiana University

2002
Joseph Blythe - GASB

2001
John Kroll - The University of Chicago

2000
Ingrid S. Stafford - Northwestern University

1999
David C. Bosserman - Oklahoma State University

1998
Raymond P. Pipkin - University of Memphis

1997
Joanne M. Coville - Oregon Graduate Institute of Science and Technology

1996
Thomas G. Estes, Jr. - Mercer University

1995
Robert S. Sorensen - Indiana Vocational Technical College-Lafayette

1994
Donna Cunninghame - Resolution Trust Corporation

1993
Mary L. Fischer - University of Texas at Tyler

1992
Emerson H. Fly - University of Tennessee/Knoxville

1991
Eugene W. Johnson - Hampton University

1990
John S. Ostrom - Cornell University

1989
Stephen H. Terry - Michigan State University

1988
Leonard V. Wesolowski - Yale University

1987
Jerry B. Farley - Oklahoma State University

1986
David J. Lyons - Rockfeller University