Ed Hums is in his tenth year as a full-time faculty member of the Mendoza College of Business and currently teaches financial and managerial accounting to undergraduates and team teaches a course in the Masters in Non-Profit Administration program. He also lectures in the Executive Education program at the University and at various corporate locations. Ed is assuming a more active role in the Notre Dame – St. Mary’s Tax Assistance Program. In addition to his teaching and lecturing, Ed monitors the rail industry.
Ed received the Frank O’Malley Teaching Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Education, the highest individual teaching award at the University, in 2004 and the Paul Fenlon Undergraduate Teaching Award in 2005. In 2006 when the on-line version of Business Week initially profiled America’s favorite business professors, Ed was the first faculty member listed. In 2008 Ed received an Edmund P. Joyce C.S.C. Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. In 2010 Ed delivered a Last Lecture series presentation in Washington Hall. Ed and his wife, Shirley, serve as Notre Dame's first faculty-in-residence residing in Lyons Hall.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
- Financial Accounting
- Managerial Accounting
- Not-for-Profit Financial Management
- North American Railways
- BBA, University of Notre Dame
- MBA, Indiana University
- MSBA, Indiana University
- C.P.A., State of Indiana
- Accountancy I
- Accountancy i
- Accountancy II
- Accountancy 20100
- Acountancy I
- Accountancy 20200
"'Class 1 Classwork at Notre Dame',"
Railway Age / Simmons - Boardman Publishing, 203, 2002, 72.
"Ask an Expert" WNIT-TV, WNIT-TV, South Bend, (January10, 2013).