Timothy G. Bryan


Timothy G. Bryan is a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Accounting in the Department of Accountancy and Legal Environment. Tim received his DBA from Jacksonville University, Florida. He has an M.S. and B.S. in Accounting from the University of Southern Indiana. Tim was an Instructor in Accounting at the University of Southern Indiana, Evansville, Indiana since 2011, where he taught a wide variety of courses, published a peer-reviewed journal article in the Journal of Business & Economics Research and presented his research in well-known conferences such as the American Accounting Association annual and regional meetings. He is a member of the American Accounting Association, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, West Virginia Society of CPAs, and Beta Gamma Sigma. Tim brings a wealth of experience both in practice and as an academic. As a CPA and a Certified Global Managerial Accountant (CGMA), Tim was the Office Managing Partner of Kemper CPA Group LLP in Evansville, Indiana and Mt. Vernon, Illinois; Board of Directors of Kemper Capital Management; and on the Audit Staff at KPMG, Indianapolis.

DBA, Accounting, Jacksonville University, 2019
MSA, Accounting, University of Southern Indiana, 2007
BS, Accounting, University of Southern Indiana, 1990
Bryan, T. G., & McKnight, M. A. (2021). Implementing the pathways commission recommended first accounting course: A profile of early adopters. International Journal of Accounting and Finance Review, 6(1), 41-52.
Bryan, T. G., McKnight, M. A., & Houmes, R. (2021). Unfaithful representation: Understating accounts receivable in the name of conservatism. Accounting Business and the Public Interest, 20, 52-72.
Bryan, T., McKnight, M. A., & Houmes, R. (in press). Accounting conservatism or earnings management: A study of the allowance for doubtful accounts. Corporate Ownership and Control, forthcoming.
Lynch, S. R., Bryan, T. G., & Kocakülâh, M. C. (2018). Effects of absenteeism on company productivity, efficiency, and profitability. Journal of Business Economics Research, 8(1), 115-135.
ACC 215: Accounting Principles
ACC 311: Intermediate Accounting
ACC 312: Intermediate Accounting II
Accounting education, Accounting literature, Financial crisis, Firm or company performance, and Organizational change
Partner, Kemper CPA Group LLP, 1991 to 2009