The Institute of Internal Auditors has donated a collection of nearly 200 books on auditing to the University of Texas Dallas School of Management.

The UT Dallas McDermott Library is receiving the Internal Audit Collection, giving students who are studying internal auditing a comprehensive set of up-to-date reference materials. The library is available to faculty as well as practitioners and the community at large.

"The fact that no other school in the world has a compilation of this type or magnitude speaks volumes about the quality of our internal audit education program, and the reputation it's earning," said Mark Salamasick (pictured), director of the Internal Auditing Education Partnership program at the UT Dallas School of Management, in a statement.

The IAEP program at UT Dallas has become the second largest university program of its kind in the United States, and is one of only five schools in the world deemed by the IIA as a Center for Internal Auditing Excellence. The IIA now has 40 partnerships with schools around the world offering internal audit education.

The donation was funded by a grant from the Internal Auditing Academic Advancement Fund, a nonprofit organization set up by the IIA to help colleges and universities provide a curriculum to prepare students for careers in internal auditing.

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