Counting our blessings at Notre Dame.

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  • Professor Ken Milani has been teaching accounting at Notre Dame for over 50 years.
  • He uses sports references to make accounting lessons more engaging for students.

Professor Ken Milani, a beloved accounting professor at the University of Notre Dame, has been teaching for over 50 years. Known for using sports references in his lessons to make accounting more engaging, Milani’s classes are always filled with attentive students. He believes that accounting is a way to better understand and help people, and his commitment to teaching and service has been widely recognized over the years.

Milani’s dedication to his students goes beyond the classroom, as he co-founded the Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s Tax Assistance Program (TAP) in 1972, providing free tax preparation services to low-income individuals and families in the community. Despite his many accolades and contributions, Milani remains humble and grateful for the support he has received from the Notre Dame community throughout his long career.

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