Actually, Fayetteville State University is not a BAD school, but it is not Harvard. I used to teach at Seton Hall University, which is a good school. I left because certain administrators were idiots. I left to accept a fantastic opportunity in Bosnia. I had the opportunity to reform the accounting curricula at all 8 universities in Bosnia. I also assisted the Finance Ministry adopt International Financial Reporting Standards for the whole country and I drafted their accounting law. When I returned to the USA I taught at Barry University, which is another pretty good school. I jumped ship and went to Florida International University because they waived a lot of money at me. FIU is widely regarded as a good school, although any school that has accounting classes with more than 200 students stuffed in an auditorium can't be too concerned with whether students are learning anything. Shortly after I posted my 12 doctorates on their website (I only had 12 in those days), one of the administrators told me I was an embarrassment to the school, and if I wanted to have my contract renewed, I should remove at least 10 of the 12 doctorates. Apparently, some of the senior faculty who had only one doctorate were suffering from low self-esteem problems. I refused to remove anything, and my contract was not renewed. I sent out resumes and Fayetteville State University made me the best offer. In addition to a good salary, I am saving about $1500 a month in rent. My condo in Miami was costing me $3000 a month. Another reason I am not teaching at a top research university is because I do not publish in the BEST journals. The top research schools only want people who publish in The Accounting Review, the Journal of Accounting Research and other top journals. I am not going to alter my research agenda so that I can be acceptable to the people who edit those journals. They can continue to live in their little dream world where they try to calculate how many accountants can dance on the head of a pin. I prefer to do research that people might actually enjoy reading.