Mary Seville

Retired/Emeritus
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2751 SW Jefferson Way

2751 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
Credentials: 
PhD University of Illinois, 1983 Accountancy
M.A. University of Illinois, 1968 Statistics
B.B.A. University of Alaska, 1975 Accounting
B.A. Southern Methodist University, 1964 Mathematics

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At OSU
Affiliated with: 
College of Business
Research/Career Interests: 

 Mary Alice Seville, PhD, CPA, is an Emeritus Associate Professor of Accounting. Seville taught financial and nonprofit accounting at OSU for 18 years prior to retirement. She also has ten years of experience in public and nonprofit accounting in Anchorage, Alaska.

Employment:

1983 - Present Associate Professor of Accounting

Publications:

"Information and Ethics in Insurance," Dan Brown, Linda Gammill, Norma Nielson and Mary Alice Seville, CPCU Journal, forthcoming.

"Privacy and the Threat of Regulation," Dan Brown, Linda Gammill, Riaan Meintjes, Norma Nielson and Mary Alice Seville, Risk Management and Insurance Review, forthcoming.

"What Are Assets Doing on the Not-for-Profit's Income Statement?, Mary Alice Seville, The CPA Journal, (February 1994) pp. 52, 53, 74.

"Linking Accounting Courses with an Unstructured Problem, Mary Alice Seville and Ilene Kleinsorge, Accounting Education: A Journal of Theory, Practice and Research, Volume 2, Number 2, 1997 pp. 199-211.

"Using Total Quality Concepts for Curriculum Development Ilene Kleinsorge and Mary Alice Seville, Accounting Education: A Journal of Theory, Practice and Research, Volume 2, Number 2, 1997 pp. 185-198

A Multicourse Practice Set: The Ultimate Messy Problem," Mary Alice Seville and Ilene Kleinsorge, Journal of Private Enterprise, Volume 12, Number 2, pp. 68-67.

"Ethical Uses of Information in Insurance." Dan Brown, Linda Gammill, Norma Nielson and Mary Alice Seville. (Malvern, PA: Insurance Institute for Applied Ethics). 1997, 76 pp.

"A Multicourse Practice Set: The Ultimate Messy Problem, Mary Alice Seville and Ilene Kleinsorge, Proceedings of American Accounting Association Western Region Annual Meeting, (May 1996), pp. 44-52.

Monographs/Technical Reports:

"Ethical Uses of Information in Insurance." Dan Brown, Linda Gammill, Norma Nielson and Mary Alice Seville. (Malvern, PA: Insurance Institute for Applied Ethics). 1997, 76 pp.

Professional Affiliations:

Certified Public Accountant, Alaska, 1975; Oregon, 1989

Beta Alpha Psi, Regional Director, Northwest Northern California/Nevada Regions, August 1996 to present

Financial Accounting Standards Board, Task Force on Accounting Issues for Not-for-Profit Organizations, 1989-1994

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Oregon Society of Certified Public Accountants Member Board of Directors, 1994-1996 Not-For-Profit Committee, 1992-present Ethics Committee, 1992-present

American Accounting Association, Innovations in Accounting Education Committee, 1996-present

Western Region of American Accounting Association, President, 1993-94

Government and Nonprofit Section of AAA, Standards Committee, 1993-94

American Society of Women Accountants General Chair, 1995 Area Conference, Salem Chapter Membership Chair, Salem Chapter, 1987-91, 1993-present

American Woman's Society of Certified Public Accountants

Educational Foundation of AWSCPA/ASWA Nominating Committee Chair, 1997-98

Board Member 1988-94

Past President, 1993-94

Laurels Scholarship Committee Chair, 1988-89 and 1997-98

Government Finance Officers Association Special Review Committee, 1988-1995

Sponosred Research:

Ethical Uses of Information in Insurance with Dan Brown, Linda Gammill, Norma Nielson and Mary Alice Seville sponsored by the Insurance Institute for Applied Ethics, 1996-1997

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