The Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants, MSCPA, has named Michael Hammond their 2016 Impact Award Winner for Outstanding Educator. Hammond is a senior instructor in the School of Accountancy. He was honored in St. Louis, Missouri on November 17th during the MSCPA Awards Celebration.
Hammond was nominated by a peer at Missouri State University and was selected as the winner by members of MSCPA. According to MSCPA, the Outstanding Educator Award honors the achievements of members who are full-time accounting educators distinguished for classroom excellence and for active involvement in the profession. Each year a single recipient is chosen in the categories of Outstanding Visionary, Outstanding Educator, Outstanding Public Service and Outstanding Young Professional.
“I am deeply honored to be recognized as the Missouri Society of Certified Public Accountants 2016 Educator of the Year” states Hammond. “It is truly a pleasure to be a faculty member in Missouri State’s School of Accountancy and I appreciate the opportunity to be associated with its outstanding accounting students.”
“We are extremely proud of Mr. Hammond for this notable achievement. His dedication to his students and the accounting profession is exemplary,” states Dr. Stephanie Bryant, Dean of the College of Business.
As a result of this accomplishment, Hammond will be nominated for the respective award from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Established in 1909, the MSCPA is the premier professional organization dedicated to certified public accountants in Missouri. With more than 8,000 members, the MSCPA represents professionals in the areas of public practice, industry, government and education. You can learn more about MSPCA here.