Approximately every three years, CompTIA – the Computing Technology Industry Association – revises the exams that must be taken in order for a candidate to become A+ certified. The A+ certification, considered an entry-level certification in the industry, is a requirement at many companies for IT professionals and more than 700,000 currently hold this certification worldwide.
At first glance, a crowded room full of more than fifty young adults eagerly trading pieces of candy might not seem like a lesson in business. At the kick-off meeting of the Madison County Young Professionals Group (MCYPG), however, that is exactly what it was. The exercise was used as a hands-on demonstration of networking and set the stage for an evening of entertaining and educational experiences.
Cindy Peck, associate professor of accounting at the Falls School of Business, received the 2009 Outstanding Educator of the Year at the Indiana CPA Society awards October 16 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in Indianapolis.
The highest honor given annually to a business faculty member active in the Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) is the Richard C. Chewning Award. The 2009 award recipient of the Richard C. Chewning Award is Dr. Doyle Lucas, DBA Program director and professor of management at the Falls School of Business at Anderson University.