Karyn Neuhauser

4400 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Parkway, Beaumont, TX 77710
Phone: 880-8632 
klneuhauser@my.lamar.edu 


EDUCATION 
Ph.D.   Louisiana State University,  Baton Rouge, LA,  Finance,  1999
M.B.A.   University of Texas at San Antonio,  San Antonio, TX,  Business,  1997
B.B.A.   University of Texas at San Antonio,  San Antonio, TX,  Accounting,  1986
 
Certifications 
Certified Public Accountant (inactive status), 1990 (1990-present), Texas.
 
Memberships 
Financial Management Association
Southwestern Finance Association
UTSA Alumni Association
 
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Academic Experience 
Associate Professor, Lamar University (August, 2009 - Present), Beaumont, Texas.
Associate Professor, SUNY - Plattsburgh (August, 2008 - August, 2009), Plattsburgh, New York.
Assistant Professor, SUNY - Plattsburgh (August, 2006 - August, 2008), Plattsburgh, New York.
Assistant Professor, George Washington University (August, 2000 - June, 2006), Washington, District of Columbia.
Temporary Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University (August, 1999 - May, 2000), Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
 
ACADEMIC ADMINISTRATIVE & RELATED HIGHER EDUCATION EXPERIENCE 
Associate Professor, Lamar University (August, 2009 - Present), Beaumont, Texas.
Associate Professor, SUNY - Plattsburgh (August, 2008 - August, 2009), Plattsburgh, New York.
Assistant Professor, SUNY - Plattsburgh (August, 2006 - August, 2008), Plattsburgh, New York.
Assistant Professor, George Washington University (August, 2000 - June, 2006), Washington, District of Columbia.
 
Non-Academic Experience 
National
Instructor, Career Point Business School (January, 1993 - June, 1994), San Antonio, Texas.
Senior Auditor, Saltmarsh, Cleaveland, & Gund, CPAs (July, 1988 - September, 1992), Pensacola, Florida.
Audit Staff, Draffin & Tucker, CPAs (January, 1988 - June, 1988), Albany, Georgia.
 
Consulting 
2013:  The Monk Law Firm, Prepared lost earnings capacity report.
2013:  Bernsen Law Firm, Prepared lost earning capacity report. Testified at deposition and at trial.
2012:  The Monk Law Firm, Prepared lost earnings capacity report.
2012:  Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith LLP, Prepared lost earnings capacity report.
 
SIGNIFICANT PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS
Refereed Articles 
Michayluk, D. M., Neuhauser, K. L., & Walker, S. (2015).  Are Certain Dividend Increases Predictable? The Effect of Repeated Dividend Increases on Market Returns.   Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, 26 (4), 118-126.  
Neuhauser, K. L. (2015).  The Global Financial Crisis: What Have We Learned So Far?   International Journal of Managerial Finance, 11 (2), 134-161.  
Neuhauser, K. L. & Thompson, T. (2014).  An Examination of the Survivability of Reverse Stock Splits: Which Companies are Most Likely to Remain Viable and for How Long?   International Journal of Managerial Finance, 10 (3), 293-311.  
Baker, W. M., Lusk, E. J., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2012).  On the Use of Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices in the Classroom: Evidence from a Survey of Faculty and Students.   Journal of Education for Business, 87 (5), 275-289.  
Neuhauser, K. L. (2012).  Long-term Care: Helping Clients Make the Right Choices.   Journal of Financial Planning, 25 (11), 44-56.  
Neuhauser, K. L., Davidson, W. N., & Glascock, J. L. (2011).  An Analysis of Failed Takeover Attempts and Merger Cancellations.   International Journal of Managerial Finance, 7 (4), 347-376.  
 
Presentation of Refereed Paper
International
Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2015). Is There a Premium for Firms That Consistently Increase Dividends?   World Finance Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
National
Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2013). Rewarding Stability: The Dividend-Increase Repetition Premium.   Financial Management Association, Chicago, Illinois.
Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2013). An Examination of the Survivability of Reverse Stock Splits: Which Companies are Most Likely to Remain Viable following a Reverse Split and for How Long?   Financial Management Association, Chicago, Illinois.
Regional
Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2014). Is There a Premium for Firms That Consistently Increase Dividends?   Southwestern Finance Association, Houston, Texas.
Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2014). Survivability following Reverse Stock Splits: What Determines the Fate of Non-Surviving Firms?   Southwestern Finance Association, Dallas, Texas.
Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2013). An Examination of the Survivability of Reverse Stock Splits: If They Lose Value, Why do Companies Continue to Perform Reverse Splits?   Southwestern Finance Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Baker, W., Lusk, E. J., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2012). On the Use of Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices in the Classroom: Evidence from a Survey of Faculty and Students.  Southwestern Finance Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2012). When No-News is Bad News: Failing to Increase Dividends.   Southwestern Finance Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
 
Papers Under Review 
Michayluk, D. M., Neuhauser, K. L., & Walker, S. (2015). "Is There a Premium for Firms that Consistently Increase Dividends?," Initial submission to Financial Management.
Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2014). "When No-News is Good News: Failing to Increase Dividends," 1st revise and resubmit to Journal Of Financial Research.
Neuhauser, K. & Thompson, T. (2013). "Survivability following Reverse Stock Splits: What Determines the Fate of Non-Surviving Firms?," 1st revise and resubmit to Journal Of Economics And Business.
 
Working Papers 
Michayluk, D., Neuhauser, K., & Walker, S. (2015). "Are all Dividends Created Equal? Australian Evidence of Dividend-Increase Track Records."
Slovin, M. B., Sushka, M. E., & Neuhauser, K. L. (2012). "Enhancing the Market for Corporate Control through Target Equity Issuance Transactions."
Intellectual Contributions-Other 
Applied or Integrative/application Scholarship
2012: Neuhauser, K., Invited Speaker for the Bisk Monthly Financial Planning Report.  Invited guest for Bisk Monthly Audio Financial Planning Report, which is a monthly subscription service that disseminates information and results in CPE credit for CPAs at smaller firms.  The one-hour recorded audio interview was prompted by my article that appeared in the Journal of Financial Planning and covered the topic of Long-term Care Insurance.