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Undergraduate Research

In your advanced forensic accounting courses, you are required to write a case based on a real fraudulent incident and commit to attending a forensic fraud accounting-related conference. Your research may include interviewing people associated with the crime, data from various sources and more. 

Based on your final work, your professor will ask the top student projects to be revised and submitted to a fraud-related conference. Students can apply for the McCann Grant or other financial aid to help pay for their registration, travel and more.

Have a question? Ask your advisor today about undergraduate research.

Student/Faculty Research Presented
  • “No Way, Jose!” Kylie Casey (Wesleyan student) and Thomas D. Tolleson, Southwest Case Research Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, OK, March 2016
  • “Progreso: Pay to Play” Maria Harris (Wesleyan student) and Thomas D. Tolleson, Southwest Case Research Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, OK, March 2016
  • “Deception, Divorce and Bankruptcy: A Messy Triangle” Audrey Showalter (Wesleyan student) and Thomas D. Tolleson, Southwest Case Research Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, OK, March 2016
  • “Ethical Drug Dealers?” Erica Starnes (Wesleyan Student) and Thomas D. Tolleson, Southwest Case Research Annual Conference, Oklahoma City, OK, March 2016
  • “Should I or Shouldn't I: A Moral Dilemma,” Thomas D. Tolleson and Susan Box (Hudson Oil Company, Wesleyan student), Southwest Case Research Annual Conference, Houston, TX, March 2015.
  • “Advanced Materials Group: Ethics Gone Awry,” Junaid Khan and Thomas D. Tolleson (Wesleyan, KPMG), Southwest Case Research Annual Conference, Houston, TX, March 2015.
  • “Island Tropics Boutique,” Lori Burks, Shana Hellinger (Wesleyan student) and Thomas D. Tolleson (Wesleyan student), Southwestern Case Research Association’s Annual Meeting, Dallas, Tx., March 2014.
  • “A Surgeon with Scruples,” Thomas D. Tolleson and Suzanne Box (Wesleyan student), Southwestern Case Research Association’s Annual Meeting, Dallas, Tx., March 2014.
  • “Are They Dead Yet?” Thomas D. Tolleson and Angela Walker (Wesleyan student), Southwestern Case Research Association’s Annual Meeting, Dallas, Tx., March 2014.
  • “Warning: Whistleblowing May Be a Hazardous Activity”, Thomas D. Tolleson and Jeanette Tesar (Wesleyan Student), Southwest Case Research Regional Meeting, March 2013, Albuquerque, NM
  • “What’s a Good Score on the SAT Worth These Days?” Thomas D. Tolleson and Shana Hellinger (Wesleyan Student), Southwest Case Research Regional Meeting, March 2013, Albuquerque, NM “
  • Even in Death!” Thomas D. Tolleson and Justin Lytle (Wesleyan student), March 2012, Proceedings of the Southwest Case Research Association
  • "Dream Job or Nightmare?" Thomas D. Tolleson and Mary Smithee (Wesleyan Student), 2010 Proceedings of the Southwest Case Research Association Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX
  • “If Dead Donors Could Talk, Would They Approve?,” Thomas D. Tolleson and Billie Hammack (Wesleyan student) at Wesleyan’s 2008 University College Day
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