The Wall Street Journal interviewed accounting professor Joseph Carcello about the impact of a judge’s ruling that sanctions the Big Four accounting firms in China and suspends them from auditing US-traded companies. The ruling was made by a Securities and Exchange Commission administrative law judge. Read the story here.
UT students ranked in the top 3 percent in the nation for their passage rates on the Certified Public Accountant exam, according to recently released numbers. UT students ranked twenty-sixth out of 787 schools among all national programs, according to the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy, which recently reported its 2013 CPA examination
The UT Police Department is investigating several recent motor vehicle thefts that have occurred on campus. They appear to be related, and all involve early- to mid-2000s models of GMC Sierras and Chevrolet Silverados.
Facilities Services employees were recognized this week for their service above and beyond the call of duty during recent freezing weather. Chancellor Cheek invited more than 170 employees to breakfast to extend his personal thanks. This month’s plummeting temperatures, rain, and snow have resulted in broken pipes and flooding at numerous sites around campus. Employees
Four environmentally conscious UT students have one big idea: to create a more energy-efficient campus by raising awareness and inspiring individual action within students.