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February 8, 2023

Sponsored: The Evolving Accounting Education: A Conversation with University of Scranton Professor Doug Boyle

This is sponsored content brought to you by The University of Scranton.

Today we welcome Dr. Douglas Boyle, Chairperson and Associate Professor of the University of Scranton Accounting Department. He has over 25 years experience in leadership, finance, operations, corporate governance and business turnarounds while serving in executive positions for a variety of startup, mid-market and Fortune 500 companies.

We’re going to discuss the modern accounting curriculum, how it’s evolving, along with skills that students need for the changing workforce.

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