Accounting & Information Assurance
Ethics and Corporate Malfeasance: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
An Event Sponsored by C-BERC
(Robert H. Smith School of Business & College of Behavioral and Social Sciences)
September 12, 2014 from 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
2333 Van Munching Hall
Opportunity for students and faculty to attend presentations by leading experts and to network with business leaders and policymakers attending the keynote lecture.
For more information contact Jing Shen at email@example.com.
Chad joined the Accounting and Information Assurance doctoral program in 2010. His primary research interests are in financial accounting, particularly the role of managers in firm performance, financial reporting decisions, and litigation risk. Chad’s research has been featured in the Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Businessweek.com. Prior to joining the Smith School, Chad worked in Citco Fund Services’ financial reporting division and KPMG’s audit division, where he earned his CPA license.
College Park, Md. Sept. 13, 2007 - The University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business today announced 16 outstanding faculty members have joined the school from leading universities to start the 2007-2008 academic year.
Lawrence A. Gordon, Ernst & Young Alumni Professor of Managerial Accounting, and Martin Loeb, professor of accounting and information assurance and Deloitte & Touche Faculty Fellow, are pioneers in the economics and financial management of cybersecurity resources.
The security of information is a fundamental concern to organizations operating in the modern digital economy.
The Fourth Annual Forum on Financial Information Systems & Cybersecurity: A Public Policy Perspective, held on May 23, 2007 at the Robert H. Smith School of Business, brought together experts and industry professionals from around the globe to discuss risk management issues related to information security.
Security is a hot topic, but its not one that is easy to get your arms around. Our increasingly global and interconnected society is forcing us to think of security, whether of information or infrastructure, in entirely new ways. Scholars and security experts came together to address a wide range of global security concerns at the Global Security and Enterprise Resilience conference sponsored by the Center for International Business and Research (CIBER) at the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business on April 12 and 13, 2007.
For more than 20 years, the Smith School has been honoring and rewarding outstanding faculty members, instructors and PhD students for their teaching excellence.