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June 2011

DEAR ALUMNI & FRIENDS,

Dean Sartarelli

One of the things that will be critical for us as we strive to achieve our vision of "Better, Bigger, Ranked" is distinctiveness. We cannot be everything to everyone all the time.

One of the areas where we believe we can differentiate ourselves— where we can be distinctive — is in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation. This is an area of increasing importance to the corporate world and an area where we have quality expertise in-house.

As you read on, you will find that our students, our faculty and our alumni are developing and pursuing their own "distinctiveness" and, in so doing, are contributing one of the areas that sets B&E apart.

Enjoy reading the informative articles enclosed, and enjoy your summer!

 

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Regards,

Jose V. Sartarelli, Ph.D.
Milan Puskar Dean

Student Success

Olivia Audia

May accounting grad Olivia Audia had "a perfect college experience at WVU," and is topping it off with a graduate certificate in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation.Read More...

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Arria Whiston

Arria Hines, a graduate of B&E's Executive MBA program, is President and CEO of Allegheny Science & Technology Corp, which has just joined forces with KeyLogic. Read More...

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