Tammy Duxbury

Tammy Duxbury

Office Phone: (540) 432-4591

Email:

Main Campus, Harrisonburg

Office Location: CC 206B

Assistant Professor

Business & Economics Dept

Tammy has more than twenty years of public accounting experience in the area of federal and state taxation with individual and fiduciary taxation as her primary expertise. Her professional focus was providing personalized service to high net worth clients with sophisticated financial structures. Tammy joined the EMU faculty in 2016 after a 10-year teaching career in the New England area.

Tammy earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting at the University of Houston where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She graduated from Bryant University in 1995 with a Masters of Science in Taxation. She is a member of the American Institute of CPA’s and the American Accounting Association. She has three adult children and lives in Broadway, Virginia with her husband Andy.

Education

Masters of Science – Taxation (1995)
Bryant University, Smithfield, RI

Bachelor of Science in Business and Commerce – Accounting Concentration (1986)
Summa Cum Laude
University of Houston, Houston, Texas

Publications

Increasing Active Learning in Accounting and Finance by Flipping the Classroom, Duxbury, T., Gainor, M.E., Trifts, J., Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 35-51, Spring 2016
Earning that Extra Dollar: Is it Worth it?, Witner, L., Duxbury, T., Practical Tax Strategies, 177-179, April, 2014
Election to Expense and Bonus Depreciation to be Curtailed in 2014, Witner, L., Duxbury, T., Smith, R., Practical Tax Strategies, 204-211, November, 2013

Scholarly Presentations and Abstracts

Skip Class – Report to Work: Teaching Students to Communicate Accounting Information Using a Simulated Business Environment, Duxbury, T. (Presenter), Shea, R., 2014 Annual Spring Conference, R.I. Association of Accounting Professors, Chelo’s on the Waterfront, Warwick, RI, Conference, April 25, 2014

Flipping the Classroom at Bryant University, Duxbury, T., Trifts, J., Gainor, M. E., Research and Engagement Day 2014, Bryant University, Smithfield, RI, April 23, 2014

Skip Class – Report to Work: Teaching Students to Communicate Accounting Information Using a Simulated Business Environment, Duxbury, T. (Presenter), Shea, R., Poster Session, American Accounting Association Northeast Conference, Providence, Rhode Island, October 2012

Teaching Internal Control through Active Learning, Duxbury, T., Gainor, M.E. (Presenter), Poster Session, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August 2011

The Perks and Pitfalls of Standardizing Your Introductory Accounting Course, Duxbury, T. (Presenter), Gainor, M.E., Poster Session, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August 2011

Crossing Discipline Boundaries with Peer-to-Peer Learning, Duxbury, T. (Presenter), Gainor, M.E., Greenan, D., Poster Session, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August, 2008

Shhh! Online Testing in Progress, Duxbury, T., Greenan, D., Park, E., Schumacher, P., Poster Session, North East Regional Computing Program, March 2007

Church, Community and Professional Service

Member of Otterbein United Methodis Church, Harrisonburg, VA

Honors, Awards and Grants

Bryant University Lecturer Merit Award for Intellectual Contributions, July 2015

Bryant University Lecturer Merit Award for Research and Communication course redesign, July 2012

Bryant University Faculty Fellows Program, “Teaching with Slates” Fall, 2012

Honorable Mention, Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award, “Teaching Internal Control through Active Learning”, Duxbury, T., Gainor, M.E. (Presenter), Poster Session, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August 2011,

Finalist, Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation In Teaching Award, “The Perks and Pitfalls of Standardizing Your Introductory Accounting Course”, Duxbury, T. (Presenter), Gainor, M.E., American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August 2011

Candidate for Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award, “Crossing Discipline Boundaries with Peer-to-Peer Learning”, Duxbury, T. (Presenter), Gainor, M.E., Greenan, D., Effective Learning Strategies, American Accounting Association Annual Meeting, August 4, 2008

Service Award, Rhode Island Society of CPAs, Public Communication Committee, Winter, 2007

Certifications and Licenses

Certified Public Accountant (RI License)

Professional Memberships

American Accounting Association
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

New Courses Taught

Intermediate Accounting 1 (Fall, 2016)
Financial Management (Fall, 2016)
Quantitative Decision Making for Business (Fall, 2016)
Advanced Accounting (Spring, 2017)

Courses Taught

Managerial Accounting
Federal Income Tax