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Master’s student shares hope amid job placement challenges 
Daisy Wu, an accounting master’s student, offers uplifting advice for Spartans looking ahead to career options.
Broad alumni among West Michigan’s top 50 influential women 
Four Broad College graduates were recognized this year by the Grand Rapids Business Journal.
How medical videos on YouTube are failing to meet people’s needs 
Research from MSU offers guidelines to improve engagement and relevancy of YouTube videos on chronic health conditions.
MSU alumna testifies to Congress, advocating for better health policies 
Ge Bai (Ph.D. Accounting & Information Systems ’12) shared her expertise at a congressional hearing on Feb. 5.
The census goes digital – 3 things to know 
Anjana Susarla, associate professor, wrote for The Conversation on risks that come with online census data collection.
Accounting Ph.D. candidate recognized as Deloitte Foundation Scholar 
Aishwarrya Deore, a third-year Ph.D. student, has been awarded the Deloitte Foundation Doctoral Fellowship.
Hate cancel culture? Blame algorithms 
Anjana Susarla, associate professor, recently wrote an article for The Conversation on her work with this phenomenon.
Broad Spartan to intern with United Nations after graduation 
Hafsa Abass (B.A. Accounting ’19) takes her bold next steps as an intern for the United Nations in Kenya.
Here's the kind of data hackers can access about you from hospitals 
New research from the Broad College is the first to uncover the specific data leaked through hospital breaches.
Broad alumnus takes on new role at Big Four firm 
Phillip Mazzie (B.A. Accounting ’91, MBA ‘93) has recently been named managing partner of EY’s San Francisco office.
Broad Accounting department well-represented at 2019 AAA Awards 
Current and former accounting faculty members, as well as an accounting doctoral program alumna, were recognized.
Supporting the ‘global village’ of accounting research 
The Broad College hosted the 16th annual Global Management Accounting Research Symposium in June 2019.
Celebrating our faculty’s academic achievements 
The Broad College's annual Faculty Recognition Dinner and Investiture Ceremony took place on August 22, 2019.
Broad students receive place in inaugural entrepreneurship competition 
Two supply chain students receive third place in the Burgess New Venture Challenge for their mobile app.
Broad College launches new Graduate Certificate in Accounting Analytics 
The program provides students an alternative avenue for meeting the 150-hour rule for CPA certification.
Professor Ed Outslay passes away 
During his tenure at the Broad College, Ed was known as a passionate academic, impactful mentor and devoted volunteer.
Broad College alum takes prestigious position with FASB 
Broad College alum accepted to a prestigious postgraduate internship with the Financial Accounting Standards Board.
The Spartan BizCast tackles the ins and outs of tax changes for 2019 
With the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), both individuals and businesses will be affected by new tax code changes.
Student's passion, hard work rewarded by Deloitte Foundation 
Hari Ramasubramanian one of only 10 doctoral students nationwide awarded a prestigious accounting fellowship
Broad alum joins Carlyle Group 
Mark Blaufuss (BA Accounting '90) is a new operating executive consultant for the global private equity firm
A truly global Broad Spartan sees her world shrink through her travels 
Aishat Akinwale left her native Africa to study accounting at the Broad College, then headed to Europe for her career
Broad alums build Radical Coffee Project to create opportunity via fair access to markets  
The non-profit program provides better access to markets and higher prices for for Guatemalan coffee growers
Do as I say; not as I see: How big data finds out what we really watch, read and view  
Our online choices often don't match what we tell others, Broad College expert Anjana Susarla finds
Love of accounting is driving Broad College senior to Amazon after graduation  
D'angelo Bragg headed to Seattle after his spring graduation to work for the e-commerce giant
Empowerment Closet aims to help Spartans dress for success in job, internship interviews 
Students will be able to borrow professional business attire to wear at no cost