Accounting Student Paul Hong Honored at Conference


 

Accounting student Paul HongAccounting Student Paul Hong received an award for the best student paper at a recent Accounting Information Systems Educators Association (AISEA) conference. His paper was titled “Separating Cats from Dogs Can Save You Trouble:  A Case Created to Enhance Students’ Abilities in Identifying Employee Red Flags and Incompatible Duties.” The conference was held in Laramie, Wyoming, from June 28-30.

Conference founder Jack Stewart and Judge Sarah presented Paul with his award.  Accounting Professor David Hayes says, “Paul did a fantastic job on his presentation and several individuals have asked for his paper to use in their classes.”

The AIS Educator Association (AISEA) is a non-profit organization of Accounting Information Systems (AIS) professors and was formed in 1999 by Professor John R. “Jack” Stewart, University of Northern Colorado.

Published: Thursday, July 25, 2013

Last Updated: Wednesday, June 8, 2016

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