Jingjing Huang, assistant professor of accounting and information systems in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech, has been named the John F. Carroll Jr. Faculty Fellow in Accounting and Information Systems by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.

The John F. Carroll Jr. Fellowship was established in 2002 to attract and retain eminent scholars in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems. The fellowship recognizes excellence in teaching and research.

A member of the Virginia Tech faculty since 2014, Huang focuses her scholarship on corporate taxation and its intersection with innovation, financial reporting, and international business. Since coming to the university, she has published four articles in leading academic journals, placing her among the most productive tax scholars among peers at other universities. Her work addresses important organizational questions with significant implications for practice and public policy. She frequently collaborates with colleagues across the college and at other universities.

In addition to her research accomplishments, Huang has made many contributions in teaching and service. She has taught both undergraduate and graduate courses and has received strong evaluations from her students and colleagues. She has also served on two doctoral dissertation committees.

Huang received her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Shanghai University of Electric Power in China, a master’s degree in accounting from Iowa State University, and a Ph.D. in accounting from the University of Oregon.

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