The Paul A. Grosch Lecture Series is named for the eminent accounting educator, Paul Grosch, who was a professor at Loyola Marymount University for 32 years. His unique teaching philosophy has produced distinctive accounting graduates who are able to address complex business issues with insight, integrity and good judgment. Professor Grosch's vision for educating competitive and ethical accounting professionals is still at the core of LMU's accounting program. More than 130 of Paul's friends, admirers and former students have contributed to an endowment that funds this lecture series.
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