Meeting demand

IIA $100,000 grant to help KSU educate auditors Institute of Internal Auditors Atlanta Business…

Georgia (Feb 11, 2011)

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IIA $100,000 grant to help KSU educate auditors

Institute of Internal Auditors

Date: Friday, February 11, 2011, 6:00am EST

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Atlanta continues to be one of the nation’s most attractive areas for corporate headquarters, housing the homes of national brands from the American Cancer Society to The Home Depot Inc. to The Weather Channel.

That provides an opportunity for Kennesaw State University, says Ken Harmon, interim provost and dean of Kennesaw State’s Michael J. Coles College of Business.

“Atlanta is becoming a hot spot for corporate headquarters, and I expect that only to increase,” Harmon said.

Thanks to a recent grant by the Institute of Internal Auditors, Kennesaw State will soon be more ready to take advantage of that opportunity, …



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