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HEAF Speakers Announced

Mark Beasley, Brent Rubin, and Eva Klein—all well-known experts—are the general session speakers at the 2013 Higher Education Accounting Forum to be held  May 19–21 in Savannah. This popular event offers the latest information on trends, issues, and best practices in financial accounting and reporting, and managerial issues and analysis for all types of institutions.

Beasley, who is the Deloitte Professor of Enterprise Risk Management and director, ERM Initiative, at North Carolina State University's Poole College of Management, will speak on enterprise risk and financial statement fraud. Rubin, who is the executive director, Rutgers Center for Organizational Development and Leadership, will discuss change management and organizational culture. Speaking on the state of higher education will be Eva Klein, president of Eva Klein & Associates Ltd., a consulting practice focused on strategies for the global knowledge economy.

In addition, the keynote session will be presented by fraud examiner and author Pamela Meyer as part of the NACUBO leadership series. Other topics that will be covered at the forum include financial analysis, tax updates and campus tax issues, shared services, internal controls, audit changes, athletics, monitoring sponsored programs, financial statement preparation, management reporting, and ethical conflicts. There will also be updates from the FASB and the GASB.

To register or for more information, visit www.nacubo.org or call 800.462.4916.

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SFS Conference Goes Online

Open yourself up to a new way of engaging and learning at the 2013 Student Financial Services Online Conference. This fully interactive virtual event will be held March 20, right after the Student Financial Services Conference, March 10–12 in Austin.

Because this conference is 100 percent online, you can experience it from the comfort of your own offices. What's even better is that NACUBO is offering your entire team one price. When one person on your campus registers at the full price, other staff can register for free. Each additional attendee must complete the online registration process to have full access to the event. The content will be available online through June 20, 2013.

For more information, visit www.nacubo.org or call 800.462.4916.

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How to Plan for Declining Governmental Support

Attendees of the January30 webcast, "Plan for Declining Governmental Support," had the opportunity to learn about what is in store as President Obama and Congress address the federal deficit spending and establish new revenue and spending policies.

Bill Bonvillian, director, MIT Washington Office; Joel Packer, executive director, Committee for Education Funding; Mary Foster, managing director, national higher education practice, Grant Thornton; and Liz Clark, director, congressional affairs, NACUBO, participated in the discussion.

This webcast was second in a series based on the Grant Thornton white paper, The State of Higher Education in 2012. Other upcoming sessions in this series include:

  • Globalization.
  • Asking the Right Questions and Monitoring Strategic Plans at the Board Level.
  • What Should You Do If You Are Not a Market-Leading University?

Here are some other upcoming webcasts that you can tune into:

  • Understanding the 2012 NACUBO Commonfund Study of Endowments, and a Look to 2013 and Beyond, held on February 12.
  • Asking the Right Questions and Monitoring Strategic Plans at the Board Level, to 
be held March 14.
  • International Cash Management, to be held March 25.

To watch a recording of a webcast, visit the on-demand section of the distance learning page at www.nacubo.org. For more information, click on the Distance Learning tab at www.nacubo.org.

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