Faculty, test-takers, and exam creators share their thoughts on the revised version of the CPA Exam.
Across the country, accounting students are giving back to their communities by making financial presentations to teenagers, parents, entrepreneurs, and other groups. Learn some ways you can encourage your students to get started.
A new software platform developed by the AICPA and available to CPA candidates at Prometric test centers was designed to make the CPA Exam easier for candidates to navigate.
Colleges, universities, and practitioners can help students develop “professional readiness” and the potential for leadership.
Four accounting faculty members share some of their most memorable classroom activities.
This column features some best practices for introducing data analytics in your classroom.
Accounting history is a lot more exciting than you realize. Historian and MacArthur Fellow Jacob Soll, author of "The Reckoning: Financial Accountability and the Rise and Fall of Nations," discusses the vital role accounting played in the French and American revolutions.
The AICPA has awarded four scholarships under its Legacy Scholars Program.
The AICPA has awarded 27 students with the 2017–2018 Fellowship for Minority Doctoral Students.
This article discusses these tools and offers suggestions on how accounting departments can introduce them to faculty and students.
Record number of bachelor's students offsets drop in master's enrollees; hiring of new grads shrinks.
William Chapman, an undergraduate student at James Madison University, received Beta Alpha Psi's Medal of Inspiration Award.
Michael Granof, professor at The University of Texas at Austin, received the 2017 AICPA Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award.
Expand your teaching toolbox with these finds from the AAA Annual Meeting.
Here are some ways to encourage good digital etiquette in class—and keep students focused on the day's lesson.
CPAs volunteer to help students develop the interviewing and résumé-writing skills they need to apply for accounting jobs.
As executives-in-residence, retired CPAs have an opportunity to bring years of experience to college campuses by lecturing, mentoring, advising on curriculum, and much more.
Ninety-eight students graduated from the AICPA 2017 Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop (ASLW), a program designed to strengthen ethnic-minority students' professional and networking skills, and help them prepare for the CPA Exam.
Opportunities abound for CPAs to become involved on campus, from teaching to guest-speaking to serving on boards or advisory councils. Learn how you can help accounting students succeed.
This infographic looks at obstacles accounting faculty face in obtaining and keeping their CPAs.