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G. Stevenson Smith, Ph.D., CPA, CMA

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John Massey Endowed Professor of Accounting
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
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Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Oct 24, 2015
Member Since: Sep 18, 2008


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Primary Affiliation:
  • Southeastern Oklahoma State University (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, OK, United States)

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1404 N. Fourth Avenue, PMB 4153
Durant, OK 74701 United States


  • Hungarian - speaking level (Beginner) - reading level (None)

Skills & Interests

  • Business/Accounting/Forensic Accounting (Advanced)
    I am a coauthor on a widely used forensic accounting textbook as well as having published numerous articles on forensic accounting issues
  • Business/Accounting/Not for Profit (Advanced)
    Since 1984, my books in nonprofit financials issues have been published by the American Accounting Association. The most recent, Cost Control for Nonprofits in Crisis was published in 2011.

Education History

  • Ph.D. Accounting (08/1978)
    University of Arkansas


  • Smith, G. Stevenson. (2011). Forensic and Investigative Accounting. CCH.


  • High Technology Crime Investigation Association
    Member 01/2003 - Current

Honors and Awards

  • Fulbright Scholar (06/2011)
    Spent five months as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Pula in Croatia beginning in February 2011. Worked with faculty members on developing forensic accounting courses and forensic research projects.

Teaching Experience

  • Forensic Accounting ( Current)
    Southeastern Oklahoma State University - Forensics
    Unlike other forensic accounting courses, the current course emphasizes the use and importance of computer forensic techniques in identifying financial frauds. The course has been developed for undergraduate accounting students.