A Bauer College alumna has been recognized on a Yahoo! list of rising business professionals who are empowering and inspiring ethnic minorities in the workplace.
In a world beset by a pandemic and plagued with rising higher education costs, students are no doubt looking for schools that provide a high return on their educational investment dollars.
A doctoral graduate of the C. T. Bauer College of Business Department of Accountancy & Taxation was recently honored with a prestigious award for her dissertation research, “Executive Equity Compensation and Corporate Tax Behavior: The Role of Cash ETR Persistence.”
Over the past year, companies have become more frustrated with trying to find employees. Moreover, with COVID-19, even though unemployment levels have risen, workers are purposefully deciding to stay home. With this new normal, finding innovative ways of recruiting talent is critical.
Joe Ziadan (BBA ’17, MSACCY ’18) earned the Elijah Watt Sells Award from the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA), given to less than 1 percent of test takers.
Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed tragic incidents that underscore the need for collective action that addresses racism, social injustice, and diversity and inclusion.