By J. Adrian Aumen, College of Arts & Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – In the wake of the global financial crisis, Jennifer Schwartz, a Washington State University associate professor of sociology and expert in crime trends, has secured a grant for more than a half-million dollars to study the risk factors for corporate financial fraud.
PULLMAN – Another fraudulent e-mail is spreading across the WSU campus. Some WSU employees have reported receiving an e-mail that fraudulently appears to be from WSU’s Information Technology Services with the subject line “Washington State University” and the following text in the body of the email: “Your E-mail Box has reached its […]
Federal and state accounting officials will share insider perspectives on financial crimes at the third annual WSU Fraud Symposium, hosted by the Department of Accounting in the College of Business. This year’s symposium will be held Friday, April 28, from 9 a.m. to noon in Todd Hall 276 and will continue the series’ focus on […]
How are frauds investigated and perpetrators caught? Edward L. Goings, forensic technologist and former federal computer crime investigator, will discuss and demonstrate cutting edge detection techniques and technology as the main speaker for the Accounting Fraud Symposium at Washington State University on April 22.Goings will present from 9:30-10:45 a.m. in Todd Hall Room 230. Following […]