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Donahue Center - Case Competition
Meetings for Case Competition preparation. Please contact Elise_Magnant@uml.edu or Erica_Ssteckler@uml.edu, Donahue Center Co-Directors for more information.
Accounting, Finance & Economics students: Here's your opportunity to have your resume conveniently reviewed on North Campus in preparation for the upcoming Accounting & Finance Career Fair.
Please bring a printed copy of your resume to the Pulichino Tong Business Center for a review in the Colella Atrium by a Career & Co-op Center staff member.
Resume reviews are provided on a first-come, first-served basis and will last approximately 15 minutes.
Unable to visit us during this time? Drop-in resume reviews are available in the Career & Co-op Center, UCC 450, Monday-Friday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. as of the first day of fall semester classes.
Hear direct from employers about how to make a strong impression at the Accounting & Finance Fair. Our panelists will share their insights on how to navigate the fair as you explore options for full-time, part-time and internship opportunities.
Moderated by a Career & Co-op Center staff member, this panel presentation will include time for student questions.
Join the tens of thousands of individuals who have listened to Corey Ciocchetti's talk on “authentic success” and living an ethical life each year. Ciocchetti is Associate Professor of Business Ethics and Legal Studies in the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. Don't miss it! Lunch will be served.
Lunch following Corey Ciocchetti talk on Ethics. By invitation only.
Guest Speaker Barry C. Melancon, CPA, CGMA, President and CEO, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, will present on the Impact of IT on accounting and business. Barry Melancon will focus upon the potential success of the accounting profession if we can imagine the what the future of business will look like and that we can adapt to that vision Barry will discuss how the re-imaging of the accounting profession will involve a much closer relationship with technology and a willingness to embrace that change. While the profession should not be made of experts in the mechanics of blockchain, we will have to understand how it works so that we can help and advise our clients of the future. New takes on old roles will include what the audit of the future will look like. While robotics are firmly implanted in manufacturing, what if any, will be their role in the service industry? Barry will also explore how social media and access to information on the internet can impact businesses and how the accounting profession is currently reactive to the misinformation out there for consumption. Can the accounting profession create a holistic suite of services and skills to maximize the positives of an information-driven business world and be proactive in our consultative advice?