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On the move: George Curtis

Date: March 19, 2008

UTICA — George Curtis, associate professor of criminal justice, has been named acting executive director of Utica College’s Economic Crime Institute.

ECI, formed in 1988, provides resources, professional contacts and internship opportunities for current students and graduates for their work in preventing, detecting, investigating and prosecuting economic and cyber crimes.

Curtis, former director of economic crime programs, developed the college’s major in cybersecurity and information assurance, as well as the fraud management portion of the curriculum for the MBA program in economic crime and fraud management.

A graduate of Syracuse University and Brooklyn Law School, Curtis co-authored a college text on Proactive Security Administration and has completed the manuscript “The Law: Of Cybercrimes and their Investigations.”

He is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and a life member of its Upstate New York Chapter, American Society for Industrial Security International and its economic crime council, and the Criminal Justice Educators Association of New York State.

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