Hall Of Fame...
Wolitzer is an accounting institution he is professor
emeritus in the Brooklyn Campus accounting department, which
he has served for more than 50 years, including 20 years
as department chair. He has been a financial consultant
to many businesses and an officer of many faculty organizations.
He also started the Internship Program for Accounting Students,
providing experiential education to many generations of
students. Not surprisingly, the New York State Society of
Certified Public Accountants already has honored him with
its Outstanding CPA in Education Award.
at a gala dinner on May 15, the NYSSCPA will present Wolitzer
with its 2002-2003 Hall of Fame Award. The recognition
by your peers is a reflection of the prominence you have
attained in your professional career, the society
said in announcing the honor.
named to the societys Hall of Fame is especially gratifying
to me inasmuch as it is an honor conferred by my peers,
says Wolitzer, adding, Since the award was established
in 1896, only 15 people have been inducted, almost all of
them posthumously. Im the second living person to
be so honored.