The School of Accounting and Management Information Systems will hold its annual Conference of Accountants May 23-24 at the Lorton Performance Center.
Now in its 70th year, the conference draws more than 400 accounting professionals and educators from across the region. The conference agenda features discussions from notable speakers representing corporations and organizations across the nation. Topics cover all functional areas of accounting within a broad business context, including financial, managerial, systems, auditing and tax areas.
The Conference of Accountants evolved from a series of annual meetings initiated in 1947 by Professor Emeritus Paul J. Graber. Funds allocated from the net proceeds of each year’s conference provide awards and educational support for undergraduate and graduate accounting students at TU. Cosponsoring organizations include the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners; Financial Executives Institute; The Institute of Internal Auditors; American Woman’s Society of CPAs; Beta Alpha Psi, Eta Rho Chapter; Institute of Management Accountants; Tax Executives Institute; and Tulsa Chapter, Oklahoma Society of CPAs.
Attendees can earn up to 14 hours of CPE for CPA or other certification continuing education requirements. For more information or to register, visit www.utulsa.edu/coa.