Eunsup (Daniel) Shim, Ph.D., CMA, is a Professor of Accounting and teaches MBA and upper level undergraduate accounting courses. He has delivered many technology-based courses including videoconferencing courses and Online Blackboard courses.
Eunsup was sole recipient of the 2001 Teaching Excellency Award from Sacred Heart University. In addition, he is currently serving as Director of Research in the College of Business. As a Director, he is responsible for organizing and conducting the College of Business Research Forums, Teaching Forums and Executive Forums. He earned his Ph.D. from Rutgers University.
He has published many articles in CEO Compensation, Corporate Performance, Strategic Cost Management, and Financial Accounting and Reporting. He also presented numerous papers in international and national conferences. He served many professional and academic organizations as a discussant, a reviewer and a chair. He edited a recently published book titled, “The Korean American Journey (2002).”
He is involved in many organizations, including Habitat for Humanity and Read-A-Loud programs. For the Korean American community, he is currently serving as Principal of the Connecticut Saturday Korean School in New Haven, CT and has served the weekend Korean Language School for about 15 years as a teacher, a vice principal and a principal.
In addition, he is immediate past Vice President and is a former chair of History and Culture Committee of the National Association for Korean Schools (NAKS). For his contributions to the Korean American community, he was awarded a certificate from the Ministry of Education in Korea and received certificates for his service from the President of CT Society of Korean Americans.
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