Accounting Workshop/Brown Bag Seminars
Regularly hosting seminars and workshops on site, producing podcasts, creating initiatives, and providing opportunities for their students and faculty. We hope to see you at one of our next events or at our Accounting Alumni and Friends Recognition Dinner.
Do Audit Personnel Salaries Impact Audit Quality?
Read Abstract Examining the Impact on Client Restatements and Fees
Examining the Impact on Client Restatements and Fees
When Does the Buck Not Stop
Read Abstract Explaining CEO Retention in Misreporting Firms Journal of Financial Economics, May 2017
Explaining CEO Retention in Misreporting Firms
Journal of Financial Economics, May 2017
2022 Honorees, Accounting Alumni and Friends Recognition Dinner
Four Under Forty
- Ashley Christie, KSM
- Jack Kienzler, Cummins Filtration
- Bill Knerr, EY
- Brittney Kocaj, Crowe
- Joe Cramer, Jr., Formerly Penn State and Howard University
- David Feinberg, Crowe
- Darrell Gilmore, Cargill Retired
Outstanding Friend of Kelley
- Mark Sullivan, Grant Thronton
- Kathleen Pawlus, EY Retired
- Julie Adams, Oliver Winery
- Brad Rachmiel, Protiviti
- Robert Tockman, KPMG
Explore the relationship between business decisions and the bottom line.
When you understand accounting, you understand how business works. Kelley’s accounting curriculum explores the relationship between business decisions and the bottom line. After completing our challenging courses, working on team projects, bolstering their communication skills, and completing an internship or field experience, our students are prepared for a variety of careers.
Accounting professionals are constantly adapting to new laws and using ever-improving technology to interpret numbers, tackle complex problems, and predict what the future holds. One thing doesn’t change: accounting knowledge is always in demand. Accounting was recently named one of the 10 “most profitable” college majors for its numerous job opportunities and high starting salaries.