The Accounting Hall of Fame Inducts Two New Members: Nicholas Dupoch and James Don Edwards
The two following distinguished accountants were inducted into The Accounting Hall of Fame on August 13, 2001 during a breakfast ceremony at the American Accounting Association's Annual Meeting in Atlanta.
Nicholas Dopuch, Moog Professor of Accounting at Washington University in St. Louis, will be inducted for his vision, energy and writing which have shaped the development of accounting research for four decades. The presentation to Professor Dopuch will be made by Sidney Davidson, Professor Emeritus and former Dean of the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business.
James Don Edwards
James Don Edwards, Tull Professor of Accounting Emeritus at the University of Georgia, will be inducted for his many contributions to accounting that bridge both the academic and professional domains of the field. The presentation to Edwards will be made by Herbert E. Miller, Professor of Accounting Emeritus at the University of Georgia and former partner in Arthur Andersen & Co. (now Andersen LLP).
Members of Members of Accounting Hall of Fame in attendance at induction ceremony on August 13, 2001): Back Row (left to right): Joel S. Demski (University of Florida ), J. Michael Cook (Deloitte & Touche, retired), Arthur R. Wyatt (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Robert N. Anthony (Harvard University, retired), William H. Beaver (Stanford University), Charles T. Horngren (Stanford University); Front Row (left to right): Herbert E. Miller (University of Georgia, retired), James Don Edwards (University of Georgia), Nicholas Dopuch (Washington University), and Sidney Davidson (University of Chicago).