Mark Washburn serves as Assistant to the Dean, School of Business. Mr. Washburn comes to Cameron University from the University of Texas at Tyler in Tyler, TX., where he served as Senior Lecturer in Accounting for six years and an additional four years as adjunct professor of accounting. His teaching background includes Individual Income Tax, Corporations and other taxable entities, and Accounting Information Systems. Prior to his teaching career, he managed retail store operations for the Army and Air Force Exchange System (AAFES) at the Fort Jackson PX in Columbia, SC and Homestead Air Force Base BX in Homestead, FL. Mr. Washburn worked an additional fifteen years in retail store management with Bealls Department Stores.
Mr. Washburn holds a BBA (accounting) from the University of Texas at Tyler (Tyler, TX), a MS in Taxation from the University of Texas at Arlington (Arlington, TX), and currently is completing a Doctor of Business Administration (accounting) at Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Additionally, he is licensed as a certified public accountant (CPA) by the State of Texas.
He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA), and the American Accounting Association, where he serves on two national committees of the American Taxation Association.
Mr. Washburn’s academic research interests include behavioral issues involving individual income tax payers, such as compliance with the federal tax code, adoption of the Fair Tax, corporation tax issues such as executive compensation and charitable contribution deductions. He has been published in Oil and Gas Quarterly Review, Tax Notes, and a monthly online newsletter e-published by the AICPA, Individual Tax Insider.
His personal interests include riding his customized Kawasaki Vulcan 1600 cruiser, fly-fishing, golf, and tennis. He also enjoys reading true crime books (favorite author - Vincent Bugliosi) and vegetable gardening. Of special interest, providing a good home for his eight year old all-white, miniature Schnauzer, Daisy.
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