The NASBA Board of Directors has accepted the recommendation of the Education Committee and awarded the 2020 NASBA Accounting Education Research Grants to two project teams:

“Options for Meeting the 150-Hour Requirement to Maximize Students’ Demand as Public Accounting Recruits: Establishing New Benchmarks in the Age of Data Analytics,” by Tristan B. Johnson and J. Russell Hardin of the University of South Alabama, and D. Shawn Mauldin of Mississippi State University.

“Rejuvenating the Accounting Curricula: How We Can Bring Accounting Students Into the 21st Century,” by M. Pamela Neely and Timothy Hungerford of the State University of New York – Brockport.

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