TORONTO, April 22 /CNW/ - Regan Schmidt, CA, a PhD student in the School
of Business at Queen's University, is the first recipient of Canadian Public
Accountability Board's (CPAB) Keith Boocock Doctoral Scholarship. The $10,000
award is for a doctoral student's dissertation that is considered to lead to
improvement in the quality of auditing public companies.
Schmidt's dissertation will examine why auditors have problems with
evaluating the client's control environment, and attempting to find ways to
alleviate those problems.
CPAB established the scholarship to honour the memory of former CEO Keith
Boocock, who passed away last year. For information on CPAB, visit:
For further information:
For further information: on CPAB and the award: Alister Mason, CPAB's
Director of International Affairs and Senior Reviewer, at (416) 522-1804 or