Series of Seminars in Accounting
We are excited to continue the accounting external speaker series this year. We will have two speakers visiting this Fall.
- Seil Kim, Associate Professor (without tenure) from CUNY Baruch is visiting on Tuesday, Oct 25. He is one of the most productive recent graduates from NYU. He has broad interests in empirical archival accounting research, with expertise in corporate governance, banking, and debt literature.
- Miklos Vasarhelyi, KPMG Distinguished Professor from Rutgers is visiting Tuesday, November 15. He is a leading researcher in the Accounting Information System, and among the ones who start this research field. He serves as the Director of the Rutgers Accounting Research Center & Continuous Auditing & Reporting Lab and has extensive connections with industry professionals.
The seminars on both days are 1.5 hours from 10-11:30 AM. There are faculty office meeting openings on the schedule with them if you are interested in meeting with them one-on-one. Please use the following google sheets to sign up:
- Seil on Oct 25: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QQ3BMrYQK_gMRcYfSfccb9zbCy_cRoW1DycvGNALzfM/edit
- Miklos on Nov 15: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/102qQezuLcf2lNdvjnRhyQ9mhmR7JvMNQ_2UnrCvDAYU/edit
PhD students in fields other than accounting are more than welcome to sign up for the group meeting with the speaker from 9:30 -10:00 AM on both days. To be more engaged with the speaker, please read the presentation paper, come with a relevant question, and arrive on time.