• National Pilot Region Speaker

    Who is Accountable for the National Debt?

    The USA's National Debt has long been a matter of growing concern, but we will soon reach a point where government must stop playing political football with the issue, and take action to save our future.

    Paul Stebbins, former Chairman and CEO of a Fortune 500 company, and the Campaign to Fix the Debt, are working to inform and mobilize citizens to help effect change in Washington. Join Paul for a discussion about who is accountable for the National Debt...and how accounting can help us fix it.

  • Speakers

    Christine Botosan, AAA President
    Building a Bridge to Our Future

    Brad Sparks, Director with
    KPMG Global Corporate Citizenship: The Evolution of Corporate Reporting and where we are headed with Sustainability and Integrated Reporting

    Scott Showalter, North Carolina State University
    Integrating Professionally Oriented Faculty to Enhance an Institution's Mission: An Update from Pathways

  • Sharpen Your Teaching Skills

    Becoming a More Effective Classroom Teacher

    Building or Enhancing Your Teaching and Learning Accounting Toolbox – Part II

    Professor, What’s on the Exam?? Creating Independent Thinkers Through Self-Directed Learning

    Recent Events & Activities: Keeping Up-to Date and Keeping Accounting and Auditing Class Content Current and Relevant

    Issues in Accounting Education Focusing on Non-tenure Track Faculty

    Simple Ways to Leverage Technology

  • CTLA Sessions

    Accounting for the National Debt in the Classroom

    How to Flip Your Accounting Course

    How IT Fits? Information Technology in the Accounting Curriculum

    Raising the Bar on Student Learning

    Best Practices in Online and Hybrid Courses

    Getting the most out of internships - Building a portfolio

2015 Southeast Region Meeting

The Biltmore Legacy: A Model of Sustainability

Sponsored by: Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP

The tour has reached its capacity and we are no longer taking reservations.

Biltmore Estate is a large private estate and tourist attraction in Asheville, North Carolina. Biltmore House, the main house on the estate, is a Chateauesque-styled mansion built by George Washington Vanderbilt II between 1889 and 1895 and is the largest privately owned house in the United States, at 178,926 square feet (16,622.8 m2)[2] of floor space (135,280 square feet (12,568 m2) of living area) and featuring 250 rooms. Still owned by one of Vanderbilt's descendants, it stands today as one of the most prominent remaining examples of the Gilded Age, and of significant gardens in the jardin a la francaise and English Landscape garden styles in the United States. In 2007, it was ranked eighth in America's Favorite Architecture by the American Institute of Architects.

Biltmore Tour

10:00am Trolley ride to Biltmore Estate
10:30am-11:45am Self-guided visit of the Biltmore House
11:45am-12:00pm Travel via trolley to Antler Hill Village
12:15pm-1:30pm Lunch at Cedric's Loft
Presentation by Steve Watson, Vice President, Corporate
Services & CFO, The Biltmore Company
1:30pm-3:00pm Agriculture/Sustainability Tour
3:00pm-3:45pm Winery visit & Tasting
4:00pm Trolley ride to Renaissance Hotel

 Thursday, April 16, 2015
Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Cost: $75 per person includes: Biltmore admission, tour, presentation, lunch and round trip transportation

Credit Hours: 3.0 CH
Field of Study: Accounting
Program Level: Basic
Method of Delivery: Group -Live
Intended Audience: Accounting faculty

Learning Objectives:
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation Required: None

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