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In the foreground, Dennis Harding, Jr., senior accountant at Welenken CPAs and president of the Louisville chapter of the IMA, shares his career experience with business students.By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Accounting professionals from the region joined accounting and finance students from IU Southeast and other colleges at the annual Student Night event, hosted by the Louisville chapter of the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) and the IU Southeast Accounting Club.Venues that have a dash of fun thrown in for good measure.As a reporter for LA Talk said, “ I walked through the venue without even noticing the tables of daters; events are so chic and low key you might just walk right by.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Much like a private club, not every dater is for us.“We want the students to be able to talk to the professionals about what they like and don’t like about their jobs, what recommendations they have to chart a similar path, and what they would do differently,” said Lisa Book, lecturer in accounting and director of community relations on the board of the IMA Louisville Chapter, of which she is past president.“It’s all about exploring what they can do with an accounting or finance degree.” This year’s event drew 45 professionals from areas ranging from corporate accounting and internal auditing to not-for-profit accounting and fraud.For questions about the Event email Cindy, your Los Angeles Pre-Dating Speed Dating Coordinator or to register by phone call 877-477-3328.
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The HSC-Delphi Faculty Development Partnership sponsored an opportunity for faculty to share the unique ways that technology can be used in teaching in the Health Sciences.
This new summer program served as a direct follow up to “What’s Holding You Back?