Deloitte Foundation Announces Recipients of the 2022 Doctoral Fellowships in Accounting has been saved
Deloitte Foundation Announces Recipients of the 2022 Doctoral Fellowships in Accounting
Grants totaling $250,000 support Ph.D. candidates pursuing academic careers.
STAMFORD, Conn., March 10, 2022 — The Deloitte Foundation has awarded $25,000 grants to 10 top accounting Ph.D. candidates across the U.S. through the Deloitte Foundation’s annual Doctoral Fellowship program. Given to students who plan to pursue academic careers upon graduation, the award is intended to support the 2022 recipients’ final year of coursework and the subsequent year to complete their doctoral dissertation.
This year’s recipients and the institutions they attend are:
- Ilona Bastiaansen, University of Connecticut
- Sung-Yuan (Mark) Cheng, University of Kentucky
- Ewelina Forker, Emory University
- Karson Fronk, University of Georgia
- Cory Hinds, University of Iowa
- Hannah Judd, Texas A&M University
- Kendall Lynch, University of Michigan
- Jun Oh, Cornell University
- Anthony Welsch, The University of Texas at Austin
- Il Sun Yoo, University of California - Irvine
“These grants are awarded at a critical time in a future educator’s academic career journey,” said Erin Scanlon, Deloitte Foundation president. “This financial support encourages the selected Ph.D. candidates to devote themselves full time to the final step of researching and writing their dissertation and is one way the Foundation can help to strengthen the quantity and quality of accounting professors who will teach thousands of students over time.”
Each year, accounting doctoral students from more than 100 universities are invited to apply for the fellowship. A selection committee composed of four eminent accounting educators chose this year’s recipients from 50 applicants nominated by accounting faculty of their school. More than 1,100 future educators have been awarded this fellowship since the program’s inception in 1956.
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