Scholarships

    George Krull/Grant Thornton Innovation in Junior and Senior-Level Teaching Award Program 


    The intent of this award is to both recognize and disseminate successful innovative practices in the teaching of junior- and senior-level accounting courses (e.g., undergraduate intermediate and advance financial, cost/managerial, auditing, systems, tax, fraud/forensics, etc.) that continue to enhance accounting majors’ interest in accounting and pursuing the CPA profession as a career. Preference will be given to changes in a content segment or a subset of skills rather than a programmatic or curricular change.  The winner may be an individual or group of individuals.  Faculty member(s) may self-nominate.


    Winning lessons/materials for all AICPA educator awards for this and previous years are available for download to AICPA members through the Accounting Educators' Curriculum Resource.

    Award Criteria

    The Selection Committee will use the following as their primary criteria to judge submissions:

    • Used in junior- and senior-level accounting courses.
    • Transferable to other institutions in terms of resources and instructor skills/connections.
    • Enhances learning of traditionally difficult topics.
    • Effectively filters students who should enter the CPA profession.

    The teaching practice may not be a commercial product for which the faculty member has a financial interest.

    Other Educator Awards

     For more information, contact the AICPA Academic & Career Awareness Team.


    2010 George Krull Innovation Junior- and Senior-Level Teaching Award Winners

    Recipient
    "Use Technology to Enhance Auditing Classes” 
    Mary Jepperson, College of St. Benedict

    Honorable Mentions
    "Detecting Fraud in Financial Statements” 
    Natalie T. Churyk, Northern Illinois University; B. Douglas Clinton, Northern Illinois University; Chih-Chen Lee, Northern Illinois University


    "Northwind Project—Query and Manipulate Data for Financial”
     
    R.K. Hurtt, Baylor University; Ann O’Brien, University of Wisconsin-Madison

     

     

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    AICPA John L. Carey Scholarship

    Award The AICPA John L. Carey Scholarship program is open to liberal arts and other non-business related degree holders who are entering a graduate accounting program. April 1 application deadline.
    Published on January 23, 2014

    AICPA Scholarships

    Award A listing of AICPA student scholarships.
    Published on January 02, 2014

    2013-14 John L. Carey Scholarship Recipients

    Article This is the roster of the 2013-14 AICPA John L. Carey Scholarship recipients.
    Published on October 21, 2013

    AICPA Accountemps Student Scholarship Recipients 2013-14

    Article AICPA and Accountemps offer the AICPA/Accountemps Student Scholarship to provide financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate potential to become leaders in the CPA profession.
    Published on October 21, 2013

    Beyond Debits and Credits - Presentation

    Classroom Resources Beyond Debits and Credits is a project to help develop educational seminars for non-profit organizations on financial topics and to develop teamwork, communication, and leadership among accounting students.
    Published on April 25, 2013

    Mark Chain FSA Innovation in Graduate Teaching Award Overview

    Award Mark Chain FSA Innovation in Graduate Teaching Award recipients are selected from accepted submissions to the AAA's Effective Learning Strategies Forum. The award program was designed to recognize exceptional graduate accounting course practices.
    Published on April 02, 2013

    2012-2013 AICPA Accountemps Scholarship Recipients

    Objectives or Roster Roster of the 2012-13 AICPA/Accountemps Student Scholarship recipients
    Published on August 21, 2012

    AICPA/Accountemps Student Scholarship

    Award The AICPA/Accountemps Student Scholarship is open to AICPA student affiliate members who are enrolled full-time in an "accounting-related" major and plan to pursue the CPA license.  Application deadline is April 1.
    Published on August 21, 2012

    2011 AICPA Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Application

    Application This is the 2011 application for the AICPA Distinguished Achievement in Accounting Education Award.
    Published on August 04, 2011

    Personal Budgeting Project

    Classroom Resources 2009 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award honorable mention. This personal budget project forces students to examine their projected income and expenses after graduation from college and estimate the impact of taxes on their expected cash flows.
    Published on April 05, 2011

    Personal Budgeting Project

    Classroom Resources 2009 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award honorable mention. This personal budget project forces students to examine their projected income and expenses after graduation from college and estimate the impact of taxes on their expected cash flows.
    Published on April 05, 2011

    Forming Groups in the Age of YouTube Curriculum

    Classroom Resources 2009 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award Honorable Mention, the curriculum "Forming Groups in the Age of YouTube" details how introductory-level accounting instructors may have students form groups for project work based on speed-dating.
    Published on April 05, 2011

    Forming Groups in the Age of YouTube Curriculum

    Classroom Resources 2009 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation in Teaching Award Honorable Mention, the curriculum "Forming Groups in the Age of YouTube" details how introductory-level accounting instructors may have students form groups for project work based on speed-dating.
    Published on April 05, 2011

    Cultivating Deep Learning through Philanthropy Based Education

    Classroom Resources 2009 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation In Teaching Award Honorable Mention. This curriculum provides a means for introductory-level accounting students to develop a better understanding of non-profit accounting.
    Published on April 05, 2011

    Cultivating Deep Learning through Philanthropy Based Education

    Classroom Resources 2009 Bea Sanders/AICPA Innovation In Teaching Award Honorable Mention. This curriculum provides a means for introductory-level accounting students to develop a better understanding of non-profit accounting.
    Published on April 05, 2011

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