The National Association of State Boards of Accountancy has awarded three grants totaling $24,500 to university faculty and post-doctoral researchers to research educational issues that affect the public accounting profession.

The grants announced Thursday went to recipients of NASBA’s 2013 Accounting Education Research Grants Program, which funds up to $25,000 a year in research on educational issues affecting CPAs, boards of accountancy and the public accounting profession.  Since the research program launched in 2011, nearly $70,000 has been awarded to aid academics in pursuing accountancy-focused research initiatives. The selection process was spearheaded by the members of NASBA’s Education Committee, chaired by Karen Turner.

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