Albrecht and Sack Win 2001 Max Block Award

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Albrecht and Sack Win 2001 Max Block Award


W. Steve Albrecht and Robert J. Sack have won the 2001 Max Block Distinguished Article Award, which each year recognizes the most outstanding work published by The CPA Journal The award-winning article,"The Perilous Future of Accounting Education," appeared in the March 2001 issue.The award was announced on May 9 at the New York State Society of CPAs' Annual Election Meeting and Dinner.

W. Steve Albrecht, PhD, CIA, CFE, CPA, is the Arthur Andersen LLP Alumni Professor of Accounting and associate dean of the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. Robert J. Sack, CPA, is an emeritus professor of business administration at the Darden Graduate School of Business Administation, University of Virginia, and a retired partner from Touche Ross & Co. (now Deloitte & Touche).

Honorable mention in the field of taxation was awarded to "Tiptoeing Through the Nexus Minefield," by Mark S. Klein,Timothy P Noonan, and Andrew B. Sabol, published in January 2001. Honorable mention in the general interest category went to "In the Interest of the Investor:An Interview with Lynn Turner," published in November 2001.

Max Block (1902-1988) was a founding partner of Anchin, Block Sr Anchin LLP For more than half a century, he applied his talents to growing his firm, the NYSSCPA, and the profession. …

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