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Gray presents at Institute of Management Accountants meeting

David Gray, associate professor of accounting
David Gray, North Central College associate professor of accounting, presented at the Institute of Management Accountants Fox Valley Chapter meeting in May.

David Gray, North Central College associate professor and chair of accounting, gave a presentation titled “Cost Accounting Systems—Best Practices for Post-implementation” at the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA) Fox Valley Chapter’s meeting on May 21.

The IMA provides a forum for research, practice development, education, knowledge sharing, and the advocacy of the highest ethical and best business practices in management accounting and finance.
 

Gray gives accounting expertise in presentation, interview

David Gray, assistant professor of accounting
David Gray, North Central College assistant professor of accounting, presented at an American Accounting Association forum and was interviewed for an article.

David Gray, North Central College assistant professor of accounting, presented “Improving Students’ Understanding of Quality of Earnings and Footnote Disclosures Using Excel Analyses” at the American Accounting Association (AAA) Midwest Regional Conference’s Effective Learning Strategies Forum in Indianapolis on Oct. 14. AAA promotes worldwide excellence in accounting education, research and practice and is an organization of people interested in accounting education and research.

David Gray selected to write for C.P.A. exam

David Gray, assistant professor of accounting, was chosen to write test items for the Business and Economics Concepts section of the Uniform C.P.A. Examination.

David Gray, assistant professor of accounting, was selected to write test items for the Uniform C.P.A. Examination. In this role, he participated in training sessions and developed a series of questions for the Business and Economics Concepts section of the examination. Gray was recently notified that 95 percent of the questions he submitted have been accepted for use on future examinations. The overall acceptance rate for authors submitting test items is approximately 65 percent.

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