A UT alumna has been honored for her outstanding performance on the CPA exam. Margaret Sharp, of Knoxville, has received the prestigious 2013 American Institute of CPAs Elijah Watt Sells Award. Only fifty-five individuals out of 94,154 test takers, or .05 percent, received this distinction.
The Wall Street Journal recently interviewed accounting professor Joseph Carcello for a story about accounting firm BDO USA LLP and its move to grow aggressively by acquiring other firms. Read the story here. A login is required.
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.
Effective January 1, 2014, new leadership will come to the College of Business Administration’s master’s and executive education programs. Bruce Behn, the Deloitte LLP Professor, will become associate dean for graduate programs and executive education. He succeeds Matt Myers, who is leaving for a dean position at Miami University in Ohio.
Joseph V. Carcello, Ernst & Young and Business Alumni Professor in Accounting, will become executive director of the Corporate Governance Center in the College of Business Administration. His appointment is effective September 15. Carcello, the center’s director of research, will replace C. Warren Neel, who has been the center’s executive director since the two co-founded
United States Treasury officials have invited accounting professor Joe Carcello to join a conversation tomorrow about how best to implement the Jumpstart Our Business Startups, or JOBS Act. Carcello will participate in a roundtable discussion with senior officials from the Treasury and the National Economic Council.
A UT Knoxville accounting professor testified before US Congress last week about regulatory initiatives being considered by several federal agencies and corporations. Joseph Carcello appeared before the Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises subcommittee of the Financial Services Committee in the United States House of Representatives.
A study by two College of Business Administration accounting professors at UT Knoxville shows that corporate financial fraud doesn’t pay. Professors Joe Carcello and Terry Neal were part of a team that conducted a 10-year study that examined 347 alleged fraud cases investigated by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
A panel of business and legal experts from UT Knoxville will discuss the current economic crisis at a program on March 24. Free and open to the public, the event will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Toyota Auditorium at the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.
U.S. Sen. Bob Corker will be on the UT campus to talk to graduate students and industry leaders about the 2008 financial crisis and his involvement in helping draft the Senate’s version of regulatory reform legislation. Corker will present “A Discussion on Financial Regulatory Reform” at 2:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 15 in the James A.
UT faculty member Joseph V. Carcello has received the 2010 Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants’ Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award. Carcello is the Ernst & Young Professor in the College of Business Administration’s Department of Accounting and Information Management and the director of research for the Corporate Governance Center at UT Knoxville.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) has named UT Knoxville Professor Joseph Carcello one of the 19 members of its inaugural Investor Advisory Group. He is the only academic appointed to the board. Carcello is the Ernst & Young Professor in the Department of Accounting and Information Management in UT’s College of Business Administration.