Shirley Maxey

Associate Vice Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs
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University of California, Davis

Shirley Maxey serves as Associate Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, Marshall School of Business. She is a Professor of Clinical Accounting in the Leventhal School of Accounting, specializing in professional development and leadership communication. For 17 years, she served as Associate Dean for Leventhal Accounting Graduate Programs. Professor Maxey is the recipient of the Diamond Teaching Award, Instructor Excellence Award, the Marshall Dean's Award for Community, and the Marshall Award for Innovation in Teaching. She represents Marshall and Leventhal as Academic Coordinator for the AACSB Bridge Program for Instructional Practitioners.
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Michael Morris (Notre Dame), Shirley Maxey () "The Importance of English Language Competency in the Academic Success of International Accounting Students ,"  Journal of Education for Business  89, 178-185.
Shirley Maxey, R. Trezevant () "Group Work and Team Projects: When the Whole is Greater Than the Sum of its Parts ,"  Leventhal School News, 1, 4.
Shirley Maxey () "Winners Write Well: How Marshall Links with Other USC Schools to Improve Undergraduates' Critical Thinking Skills ,"  Marshall Magazine, 53-55.
Shirley Maxey () "USC Alumni Talmadge C. Tillman and Wililiam D. Collins ,"  Leventhal School News, 1, 14-15.
Shirley Maxey () "On Communication: Accountants Need It, Too ,"  Marshall Magazine, 19.