Activities that happen outside of the campus environment are often not part of the environment considered by institutional auditors. This is even truer when the activity occurs outside of the United States. Dealing with activities in foreign countries may be new to many auditors.
These activities can involve foreign travel by students and faculty, ownership of land or facilities in foreign countries, foreign taxes, shipping of intellectual property (IP) or materials to and from foreign countries, evacuation of students from foreign countries in case of health problems or government unrest. Dr. Podoll has many years of experience in these areas at a large, complex institution and will share what he has learned over these years.
After this presentation, a participant will be able to:
Knowledge Level: Intermediate
Field of Study: Auditing
Prerequisites: Professional Experience
Advance Preparation: None