Congratulations to Michelle Hutchens. Her paper, “The Pricing and Performance of Supercharged IPOs”, with Alex Edwards (University of Toronto) and Sonja Rego (Indiana University), has been conditionally accepted at The Accounting Review.
Just last week Crain’s Chicago Business featured a company that’s located more than 6,000 miles away in South Korea, but whose chief executive officer graduated only 130 miles away – here at Gies College of Business. Koo Ban-hak, ’95 ACCY, … Continued
Congratulations to Michael Donohoe. His paper, “The effects of competition from S corporations on the organizational form choice of rival C corporations” with Petro Lisowsky (Boston University) and Michael Mayberry (University of Florida), has been accepted for publication in Contemporary … Continued
Congratulations to Fei Du. Her paper, “Deviant versus Aspirational Risk Taking: The Effects of Performance Feedback on Bribery Expenditure and R&D Intensity” with co-authors are Dean Xu at Monash University and Kevin Zhou at University of Hong Kong, has been … Continued
MakerGirl is making some major progress as it looks to impact young girls across the country. The nonprofit, which was founded by Gies College of Business students in 2014, allows college students to teach science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) … Continued
Four University of Illinois students have been chosen to compete in Season 3 of Make 48, a televised national invention competition. Make 48 gives teams 48 hours to come up with an idea, create a prototype, and present their idea … Continued
Cortlon Cofield, ‘14 ACCY, was destined to stand out. After overcoming the death of both his parents while still in high school, this Gies College of Business alumnus found a way to push forward. Now, he has found a way … Continued
After Larry Gies pledged $150 million in October of last year and our college was renamed Gies College of Business, people began to learn more about the motivations that drive this man both professionally and personally. Illinois Alumni recently presented … Continued
Congratulations to Jessen Hobson and our former doctoral student Steph Grant. Their paper co-authored with Brooke Elliott titled “Trader Participation in Disclosure: Implications of Interactions with Management” has been accepted to be presented at the 2018 Contemporary Accounting Research Conference.
Kevin Jackson and Michael Donohoe from Gies College of Business earned awards during the Illinois CPA Society’s (ICPAS) annual Leadership Recognition Dinner in Chicago on June 14. Making a difference in diversity; encouraged by others’ commitment Jackson, Associate Professor of … Continued