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Stanley’s research focuses on the determinants of audit quality and the information contained in audit disclosures. His work has been published in various journals, including Accounting Horizons, Auditing: A Journal of Practice & Theory, Current Issues in Auditing, Issues in Accounting Education, and Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.
He has received various awards in recognition of research and teaching, including the American Accounting Association’s Outstanding Auditing Dissertation Award, the Auburn School of Accountancy’s Outstanding Research and Teaching Awards, and the Auburn Harbert College’s Lowder Teaching Award.
Prior to joining the School of Accountancy, Stanley served on the faculty at Clemson University. He’s taught a variety of auditing and financial accounting courses at the undergraduate, masters, and MBA levels. He currently teaches intermediate accounting and advanced accounting topics. Stanley is a licensed CPA (Alabama) and before entering academia he worked with Ernst & Young, LLP.