Jessen Hobson’s paper titled
Yearly Archives: 2011
Deloitte partner Howard Engle ’72 joined three Olympians at ARC who shared stories of inspiration with students.
Trisha Phadke, a senior Accountancy major at the University of Illinois, was selected to receive one of five scholarships through the AICPA/Accountemps National Scholarship program. This annual award is offered to both undergraduate and graduate accounting majors who aspire to become CPAs, demonstrate academic excellence and show exceptional leadership. Each student will receive a $2,500 award for the academic year.
Elkhart, Indiana, where Charles Bowsher (’53) grew up, is known as the
The 2012 US News and World Report college rankings are out and the College of Business did very well.
Deborah DeHaas gave the first Department of Accountancy lyceum speech of Fall 2011 by sharing her wisdom for a successful career in business.
Professor Feller dedicated over 20 years of her life educating the students and future business leaders of Illinois. Her dedication to her students and her profession were exemplary. We lost Professor Feller too early in life, and we would like to commemorate her and have her legacy live on.
Accountancy instructor Anita Feller passed away of pancreatic cancer July 31. Her memorial service will be held at the Levis Faculty Center today at 1 p.m.
A draft version of the spring 2011 ICES “List of Teachers Ranked as Excellent by Their Students” has been posted on the Center for Teaching Excellence website (http://cte.illinois.edu). Below are listed those faculty and teaching assistants who work in the College of Business.
Respected accountancy lecturer Anita Feller will be honored at a memorial service on September 9, 2011. She passed away on July 31 after battling pancreatic cancer.