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Acito’s research publications have examined such topics as the materiality of accounting errors and the effects of Public Company Accounting Oversight Board inspections on auditor-client relationships.
The office will serve faculty, staff, students, and others who may encounter difficulties in the scope of their interactions with the university; facilitate communication and the resolution of conflicts; advocate for fairness and a healthy campus climate; and assist all persons seeking support in reaching mutually acceptable resolutions that are consistent with the ideals and objectives of the university.
Virginia Tech is recognizing more than 800 employees for their commitment to service and for exemplifying our motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve). Collectively, these employees have dedicated 16,600 years of service to the university.
This increase will raise the annual salary of approximately 225 employees who currently make less than $12 per hour. Approximately 312 employees who make between $12 and $13.50 per hour will also receive a salary increase.
Winkeler will lead the Center for Business Intelligence and Analytics as it enters a new phase of growth and expansion and contributes more broadly to the university’s critical data and decisions initiative.