Faculty at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa's School of Accountancy (SOA) are active researchers. Many of SOA's tenure-track accounting faculty hold endowed chairs. The SOA’s commitment to excellence is reflected in its track record of generating leading accounting and information systems research. The SOA is committed to providing its students with an education that is practice-relevant and research-led and developing students' abilities to think independently and work collaboratively. Students are continually exposed to fresh ideas and current knowledge because the SOA’s tenured and tenure-track academic faculty are active researchers. Practical learning experiences are incorporated throughout the SOA’s programs. Research workshops are regularly held at SOA, especially for preparing Ph.D. students.
SOA Faculty Research
SOA faculty conduct various types of high-quality academic and professional research in accounting, auditing, information systems, taxation, business, and related fields. A summary of the faculty research is in the Faculty Directory link on the left to view individual SOA faculty member and their selected publications.