Ten high school students received the AICPA Foundation High School Scholarship, which provides $2,000 to students who intend to continue their accounting studies.
The AICPA granted $666,000 in academic scholarships to 129 students as part of the AICPA Legacy Scholars program.
The program provides opportunities for public service and personal development.
Nine accounting educators received 2019 Effective Learning Strategies Awards.
The AICPA awarded the first William (Bill) Ezzell Scholarships to five CPAs pursuing doctorates in accounting.
This year’s Cook Prize winners share their best teaching advice.
Minding their p’s and q’s can be as important as knowing about debits and credits.
Stephen Moehrle received the 2019 AICPA Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award, and Panos N. Patatoukas and Yaniv Konchitchki received the 2019 Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award.
Indira Karimova, a student pursuing her master’s degree at the University of Texas at Tyler in hopes of earning her CPA, received Beta Alpha Psi’s Medal of Inspiration Award.
Susan Wolcott, CPA, Ph.D., recommends some practical ways to determine what stage of cognitive development your students have reached.
Show students how emerging technologies could affect their careers.
Discover techniques for gamifying academic integrity, helping Googlers, and more.
P. Thomas Austin received the Sidney Kess Award for Excellence in Continuing Education.
It’s a new year, and you’re getting started with a fresh group of teaching assistants. When all goes well, your relationship with your TAs can benefit both of you.
Students in the “Perpetual Analyzer” stage of critical thinking development struggle with prioritizing evidence and coming to conclusions. Learn about some practical classroom exercises that can help them move past these roadblocks.
Take a look at how dramatically accounting education has changed in the past four years.
The ASLW program is an annual, all-expenses-paid event for racial and ethnic minority students anticipating a career in accounting.
Roger O’Donnell leads the Global Audit D&A initiative and currently serves as the lead engagement partner for several multinational companies.
Learn practical strategies you can use to encourage students in the “biased jumper” stage to become more tolerant of ambiguity.
Accounting faculty have come up with some helpful tactics to get students to read this important document.