Faculty newsletter

February 2018

We hope the winter months are treating you well. As February winds down, we look forward to Spring being right around the corner. This month, PwC is honored to be listed on Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” and be named a “Best Workplace for Giving Back”. We are sharing a last call for our Forensic Guide, co-authored by one of our PwC Partners, Mona Clayton. Also, we highlight many curriculum development projects for incorporating data and analytics and release a new case study on Inventory Analysis. In addition, we bring you resources on the Global Brand Index, policy trends, automation, and tax restructuring, as well as webcasts for internal audit and current accounting and reporting developments.

January 2018

Happy New Year! Welcome back to campus. We hope you had the opportunity to relax and recharge over the winter break. We are pleased this month to highlight a discussion our Chief Diversity Officer, Mike Dillon, had with Forbes on the CEO Action plan and invite you to join the cause. In addition, we are honored to be recognized as a top diversity employer by Military Friendly, Forbes and the Black EOE Journal. We also share our initiatives on Access Your Potential and #bewellwork well, and bring you information on our CEO Survey, skills needed in the workforce, top trends in AI, US Tax Reform, and more. Finally, we highlight PwC Open University.

October 2017

With the academic year well underway and campus recruiting activities in full swing, our recruiters have enjoyed seeing many of you on campus over the past few weeks. In this edition, we are pleased to highlight our Global Annual Review 2017 as well as our Annual Corporate Directors Survey. We are also pleased to share that we made Vault’s “20 Most Prestigious Internships for 2018” list. Additionally, we bring you articles and resources on artificial intelligence, analytics, changes to the auditor reporting model, and more.

September 2017

This month, we share how PwC is providing support for the recent natural disasters. We are excited to participate in #AuditorProud day and also to be recognized by Fortune on their 100 Best Workplaces for Women list. We have included publications discussing workforces of the future (2030!), a Pharma article, recent FASB guidance on hedging and our upcoming quarterly tax webcast. In addition, we highlight how internal audit is being transformed by data analytics and feature our September issue of Risk Assurance Research and Insights.

March 2017

In this edition, we are excited to announce our commitment to closing the skills gap through the “Access your Potential” program and a PwC/Business-Higher Education Forum joint publication “Investing in America’s Data Science and Analytics Talent”. We are also pleased to have been named a Best Company by Fortune Magazine for the 13th consecutive year. This month, we share with you the Building Gender IQ eLearn and the release of our 4th Coursera course. We have also included resources on internal audit functions, the quarter close, tax function of the future, Brexit, digital IQ and more.

January 2017

In this edition, we want to highlight Fortune’s profile of Tim Ryan and our diversity efforts. We also share the results of our Talent Acquisition Selection Simplification and announce the launch of our third course in the PwC Coursera Specialization. This month, we are pleased to be recognized as #1 Best Workplace for Parents. We also bring you articles on the FASB’s new definition of a business, the new political administration, the results of the CEO Survey, deals industry insights and more.

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Julie Peters
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