Recently, finance and accounting professionals from more than 24 tribal governments from around the country were on the Oklahoma State University campus for professional and leadership development at the Introductory Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate Program.
The School of Accounting at Oklahoma State University will be hosting the 21st Annual Accounting and Financial Reporting Conference and 17th Annual Oil and Gas Accounting Conference on Nov. 18-19 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center and virtually live-streamed.
Spears Business accounting alumna, Jennifer Cripps was recognized as one of the Forty Under Forty 2021 Emerging Leaders by the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. As 2020 was the inaugural year for this award, Cripps is one of only 80 people ever to earn this honor.
Oklahoma State University Career Services recently awarded Spears Business professor Sarah Johnson with the Career Champion Award for 2020. Johnson is the assistant department head and an instructor of professional practice in the School of Accounting.
Oklahoma State University School of Accounting graduate Katie McKnight will talk to an OSU accounting class Monday, Nov. 16, at 4 p.m. as part of the business ethics speaker series, “Three Stories and Some Q&A” sponsored by the Center for Legal Studies and Business Ethics in the Spears School of Business and the OSU Student Center for the Public Trust.
Spears Business will host several tribal education programs in 2020-2021, including the Intermediate Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate program this fall and the Online Introductory Tribal Finance and Accounting Certificate program next spring.