ACFE Student Chapters

Creating Anti-Fraud Communities on Campus


By Gerald Smith, Ph.D., CPA, CIA;Richard "Dick" A. Riley Jr., Ph.D., CFE, CPA;George R. Young, Ph.D., CPA

Fraud EDge   

A Forum for Fraud-Fighting Faculty in Higher Ed 

 

 

 

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Gerald Smith Richard "Dick" A. Riley George R. Young

 The ACFE student chapters create anti-fraud communities on campuses that provide structure and robust skills development through training and education. 

 

To create more student chapters and help existing chapters, members of the ACFE Higher Education Advisory Committee surveyed the advisors of 15 ACFE student chapters to gather information about their chapters, to find ways to encourage new chapters and identify existing needs. The 13 advisors who completed the survey provided a wealth of information. Here's what we learned.

 


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By John Fisher Weber
This was a needed study/article. I have a "mentee" planning on starting a student chapter when he goes off to college this fall and I will share this valuable information with him. John Fisher Weber, M.A. CFE, CPP ACFE Regent Emeritus