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OD: NACUBO Live! Higher Education Accounting Forum

April 10-11, 2016


Live Broadcast from the Higher Education Accounting Forum
Join us on Sunday, April 10 and Monday, April 11 for a live broadcast from the 2016 Higher Education Accounting Forum. You'll hear directly from panelists in real-time, earn credits, have the ability to ask questions and have access to the recordings from the selected sessions below. 
While you are welcome to view any session from the guide below, we recommend following the program based on your institution type. Each of the sessions below will be available for on-demand viewing, however only attendees who participate in the live streaming can earn credits. Each individual can earn up to four credits per the list below. 
Please note:  the five recordings below will be complimentary to attendees of the program in Orlando.
Sunday, April 10 at 4:00 pm ET
Chief Business Officers Today and Tomorrow
 (1 credit)
Jerry Farley, Washburn University
Sharon Hewitt Watkins, St. John's University
Lou Mezzina, KPMG LLP
Elizabeth Neumann, Brill Neumann Associates

Applicable to either private or public institutions.
Monday, April 11 
Watch one of the sessions below at 9:15 am ET
FASB Update
(1.5 credits)
Rick Cole and Jeffrey Mechanick, Financial Accounting Standards Board 
 Geared toward private NFP institutions or public institutions with a NFP affiliated foundation.
GASB Update 
(1.5 credits)
David Bean, Governmental Accounting Standards Board 
Geared toward public institutions.
Watch one of the sessions below at 3:45 pm ET
Financial Reporting for Private Institutions
(1.5 credits)
John Kroll, University of Chicago
Lou Mezzina, KPMG, LLP 
 Geared toward private NFP institutions or public institutions with a NFP affiliated foundation.
Best Practices in Financial Reporting - Public Institutions
(1.5 credits)
Steven Crump, Clemson University
Jim Lanzarotta, Moss Adams, LLP 
 Geared toward public institutions.


What You Will Learn

After participating in this program, you will be able to:

  • Identify the leadership and technical skills needs to be a successful CFO.
  • Show an understanding of new accounting guidance on the horizon.
  • Recognize how accounting standards impact financial statements.

Who Should Attend    

  • Accounting Managers
  • Associate Vice Presidents
  • Budget Directors
  • Chief Financial officers
  • Controllers
  • Internal Auditors

Course Information

  • Length: Four (4) hours.


Member Site Registration: $300.00
Non-Member Site Registration: $600.00