Accounting Hall of Fame

Accounting Hall of Fame

An award given by the American Accounting Association honoring individual accountants who have contributed to the advancement of the profession. As of 2009, 83 persons have been inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame; it is considered an extremely prestigious award in the accounting industry. It is located at Ohio State University.
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This influential accounting historian is a member of the Accounting Hall of Fame.
George Bailey was chairman for two years of the nominating committee for the Accounting Hall of Fame (Journal of Accountancy, March 1958, p.
He was awarded the Gold Medal for Distinguished Service by the American Institute of CPAs in 2004; was inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame at Ohio State University in 2004; awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in 1997 by the California Society of CPAs and an Honorary Doctorate in 1995 from DePaul University.
He was named to Cal Poly's Accounting Hall of Fame in 1995 and was named the Distinguished Alumnus of the College of Business Administration for 1999.
The Accounting Hall of Fame is established at The Ohio State University.
Having made a career out of pursuing that passion, Beresford is the 74th inductee to the Accounting Hall of Fame at The Ohio State University's Fisher College of Business.
He was elected to the Accounting Hall of Fame in 1986 and received the Outstanding Accounting Educator Award from the American Accounting Association in 1989.
He is the 64th member of the Accounting Hall of Fame, Joel Stanley Demski.
has been an entrepreneur, technologist, and teacher for most of his career and was recently inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame.
The Accounting Hall of Fame announced three inductees for 2004.
BERESFORD (Atlanta Chapter) was inducted into the 2004 Accounting Hall of Fame, located at the Fisher College of Business of Ohio State University.
BERESFORD HAS BEEN elected to the Accounting Hall of Fame along with Gerald A.