The McIntire School’s Commerce Council and Graduate Commerce Council recently established the Commerce Cares Fund to support the people of Haiti. Donations to the fund will go to Partners in Health.
"A strong background in accounting plus financial [knowledge in] evaluation is the key—and being well-rounded will help a lot," says David C. Smith, an Associate Professor at the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia who specializes in corporate finance and banking.
Watch Professor Barb Wixom, who also serves as Executive Director of the Teradata University Network, talk about the organization's Business Intelligence Congress and bridging the gap between practice and academia.
McIntire students Michelle Rahman (McIntire ’10), Tim Smith (McIntire ’10), Omair Uddin (McIntire ’10), and Doug Vitez (McIntire ’10) made an outstanding showing in the 2009 Goodman Accounting Challenge, held Nov. 6-7, 2009, in Richmond, VA.
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Thanks to the establishment of a new Graduate Alumni Board, graduates of McIntire’s M.S. in Accounting, M.S. in Commerce, and the Ernst & Young “Your Master Plan” graduate accounting program will now have a greater say in McIntire’s future.