Dr. Hank Alewine, CPA, CGMA Associate Professor, Accounting Department Biography Dr. Hank Alewine’s Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Accounting, University of Kentucky, 2010 M.Acc., University of South Carolina, 2004 B.A., Biology, Coker College, 2002 Classes Taught ACC 414 - Cost Accounting ACC 600 - Foundations of Accounting for Managers and Engineers ACC 602 - Managerial Accounting ACC 614 - Cost Management Professional Certifications Chartered Global Management Accountant, (2014, Active) Certified Public Accountant, State of Alabama (2011, Active) Certified Public Accountant, State of South Carolina (2006, Active) Selected Publications Alewine, H. C. and D. Stone, “Accounting systems’ design matters: Evaluability and mode influence environmental performance judgments.” Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, forthcoming. Alewine, H. C., Allport, C. D., and M. Shen, 2016, “How measurement framing and accounting information system evaluation mode influence environmental performance judgments.” International Journal of Accounting Information Systems, 23, 28-44. Alewine, H. C. and T. Miller, 2016, “How balanced scorecard format and reputation related to environmental objectives influence performance evaluations." Advances in Management Accounting, 27, 123-165 Alewine, H. C. and D. Stone, 2016, “The Joint Influence of Evaluation Mode and Benchmark Signal on Environmental Accounting Relevant Decisions.” Social and Environmental Accountability Journal. 36(2), 124-152. Alewine, H. C. and D. Stone, 2013, “How Does Environmental Accounting Information Influence Attention and Investment?” International Journal of Accounting and Information Management, 21(1), 22-52. Alewine, H. C., 2010, “A model for conducting experimental environmental accounting research,” Sustainability Accounting, Management and Policy Journal, 1(2), 256-291.