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Beta Alpha Psi‬

Beta Alpha Psi‬

Beta Alpha Psi is a national accounting honors society that recognizes excellence in the field of accounting. The Tulane chapter aims to promote networking and build relationships between accounting firms and members. Our weekly meetings feature presentations from a large range of firms- from Big Four to local firms. Beta […]

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“New” to New Orleans

“New” to New Orleans

I’m thrilled to be working at Tulane for the same reasons that you will enjoy being a Tulane student. I moved to New Orleans recently, in the summer of 2012 to join the Freeman School as the Director of Graduate Admissions. A year has gone by and I’ve done a […]

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President Scott Cowen on Freeman’s 100-year Anniversary

President Scott Cowen on Freeman’s 100-year Anniversary

Good Morning: If a place has been in business for 100 years, you know it’s got to be good. The A. B. Freeman School of Business hits the 100-year mark next fall and, in true New Orleans fashion, has been celebrating all year long. Last week, NASDAQ noted the school’s […]

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US-China Energy and Trade Forum

US-China Energy and Trade Forum

A large group of Freeman School graduate students attended the US-China Energy and Trade Forum at school on Thursday, October 17, 2013. After brief remarks by the Chinese delegation, the forum was open to a Q & A session. Since the U. S. is an important trading partner, the delegation […]

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Audubon Park

Audubon Park

One of the best things about Tulane being located in Uptown New Orleans is that it is right next to Audubon Park. Located literally across the street from Tulane’s campus, Audubon Park is the perfect place for Tulane students to spend their free time and enjoy the beautiful New Orleans […]

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Interview with Jasmijn Bol, Associate Professor of Accounting

Interview with Jasmijn Bol, Associate Professor of Accounting

Background: Born and raised in the Netherlands, Professor Jasmijn Bol always knew she wanted to go into business. While working on her master’s thesis at Maastricht University, Professor Bol discovered that she enjoyed the research that was involved in her master thesis so she decided to pursue a PhD at […]

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Interview with Margie Cartwright, Career Consultant Master of Accounting

Interview with Margie Cartwright, Career Consultant Master of Accounting

Tell me a little about your background. Where did you go to college? What have you been up to since then? I am not from New Orleans and I am not an accountant. I am from Maryland and grew up in the D.C. area. I went to the University of […]

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Professor Spotlight: Allison Albert

Professor Spotlight: Allison Albert

If you walked past her on a street, you would hardly expect Allison Albert to be an Ethics Professor at Tulane University. Tall and young with beautiful blonde hair, she certainly isn’t your typical college professor. However, don’t let the any blonde hair stereotypes fool you. Professor Albert’s forensic accounting […]

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NOLA Dining Week

NOLA Dining Week

Having been raised in the South with a dad who should be a chef, I have always appreciated a good meal. When I was searching for the perfect graduate school last fall, one of the things that was most appealing to me about Tulane being located in New Orleans was […]

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Freeman Social at Rockin’ Bowl

Freeman Social at Rockin’ Bowl

With my first week of graduate school done I was excited for the prospect of what the weekend might bring. Despite the impressive amount of reading I had due the next week, I was looking forward to exploring New Orleans. Not knowing many people in the MACCT program or the […]

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