2017-2018 Schedule

Talks will as far as possible be scheduled for the second, fifth and eighth Tuesday and Thursday of every term. In some cases, however, exceptions may be necessary and talks may be scheduled on other dates to suit the speaker's schedule.

Unless otherwise noted, all events start at 4:30 p.m. T indicates a Tuesday talk, R indicates a Thursday talk, F indicates a Friday event and S indicates a Saturday event.

Pre-Autumn

R, September 21: MS Accounting Orientation

Autumn Quarter

T, October 10: Patrick Zanin, Saltchuk
     Internal Audit and its Role in Enterprise Risk Management
     Location: ELC

F, October 20: 5th Accounting Ethics Conference
     No pre-approval required for MSA students. Register as UW Bothell Student.
     Location: UW Bothell North Creek Events Center (NCEC)

F, October 27: Washington Board of Accountancy (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
     Agenda: Refer to Board Calendar
     Location: Beardslee Collaboratory (UWBB 205)

R, November 16 or T, November 21: Peter Taylor, Deloitte
     Big Data, Data Analytics and Tomorrow's Accounting and Audit Profession
     Location: ELC

Winter Quarter

R, January 11: Paul Munter, KPMG
     Current Issues and Trends in Accounting and Audit Standard Setting 
     Location: ELC

T, February 6: Charles Satterlund, WBOA
     Trends in Professional Regulation
     Location: ELC

R, February 22: Kimberley Scott, WSCPA
     The CPA of the Future
     Location: ELC

Spring Quarter

T, April 3 or R, April 5: Speaker 6
     Topic
     Location: ELC/UW Bothell

T, April 24 or R, April 26: Speaker 7
     Topic
     Location: ELC/UW Bothell

T, May 15: Paul Merriman, President, Merriman Financial Education Foundation
     Topic TBA
     Location: ELC/UW Bothell

Students enrolled in B ACCT 510 (MS Accounting Profession) may also receive a limited amount of class credit by attending a UW Bothell School of Business Research Seminar or select talks in the UW Bothell RIP series.

 

Talks

Current Talks

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015