PRESIDENTIAL AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN 2013 - Economics (Accounting)
Professor Avi Liveson, Economics (Accounting), has won a 2013 Presidential Award for Excellence for Full-Time Teaching.
Avi Liveson has been on the faculty since 1986 and served as Director of Hunter's popular program in Accounting from 2001-2008. He is an active researcher in the area of taxation. He serves as a consulting editor with the Research Institute of America, has participated as an instructor in training programs for the IRS, and is also a founding partner of Park Avenue CPA Review.
His current teaching portfolio includes Business Law I and II, Federal Income Taxation, and Business Taxes. Despite specializing in topics that many find technical and challenging, Avi is able to instill in his students a zest for these subjects and help them prepare for graduate work, CPA licensing exams, and successful careers in accounting. He is consistently rated by students as one of Hunter's most popular and effective teachers. Last year, The Princeton Review named Liveson one of the top 300 professors in America and lauded him as an educator who has made a lasting impact in the lives of his students.