Here are big and small ways to evolve from diversity to inclusion.
Educators and practitioners play an important role in helping students succeed in the evolving profession.
While some forms of service can feel burdensome, others can enhance your career and raise your profile on campus.
Try these strategies and tools to find the time to learn technology despite your busy schedule.
Twenty-four students received Two-Year Transfer Scholarships, which award $5,000 each toward the tuition of exemplary students transferring from a two-year college to a four-year college or university to finish their accounting degrees.
Twenty-five doctoral students received the AICPA's annual Minority Doctoral Fellowship, providing the recipients with $12,000 to aid them on their journey toward becoming accounting professor role models to future CPAs.
Accounting faculty and academic integrity experts weigh in on contract cheating and recommend ways to identify it and keep students from engaging in the practice.
Introducing students to metacognition — or examining the ways they think and study — can help them move beyond memorization to higher levels of critical thinking.
The focus is on innovation and client demands.
Try these ideas to hold students’ interest during lectures with slides.
Three high school students won this year’s AICPA Bank On It tournaments.
Following your passion opens the door to a productive, enjoyable career, according to D. Scott Showalter, CPA, CGMA, director of the Master of Accounting Program at North Carolina State University.
Older editions and free online resources can produce hundreds in savings.
Learn what peer review teams are looking for in terms of the technology standard.
Miklos Vasarhelyi, a professor at Rutgers University in New Jersey, received the 2018 AICPA Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award.
Rejected early drafts demonstrate some important considerations in test development.
More than 100 minority college students participated in the 2018 Accounting Scholars Leadership Workshop.
CPA Exam questions must adhere to Blueprint topics and skill levels while avoiding words and ideas that could distract or confuse the reader. Test developers aim to assess important CPA knowledge and skills — and only that.
Possible changes to the CPA licensure requirements are being explored by a working group formed by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy and the AICPA.
Educators recommend books that helped them in the classroom.