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The Pennsylvania State University on Monday named Gary Langsdale, the university’s risk officer, as interim chief ethics and compliance officer, effective July 1.
Mr. Langsdale assumes the interim post as Regis Becker, Penn State’s first director of university ethics and compliance, retires June 30. Penn State will conduct a search for Mr. Becker’s permanent successor, the university said in a statement.
Mr. Langsdale will oversee Penn State’s Office of Ethics and Compliance as well as the university’s ethics and compliance programs, including its annual employee trainings, athletics integrity, export controls, youth programs, Values and Culture Survey and the Penn State Hotline, the statement said.
Mr. Becker, who announced his retirement March 14, had been in the post since 2013. He helped implement the recommendations of the Freeh Report, compiled by Judge Louis Freeh, on the independent investigation of Penn State University surrounding the child sexual abuse committed by Jerry Sandusky, the former assistant football coach under Joe Paterno who is serving a prison sentence.
“For more than 15 years, Gary has been an outstanding leader in our Penn State community overseeing efforts to safeguard resources and assets and identifying opportunities to fulfill the strategic goals of the University,” David Gray, senior vice president for finance and business, said in the statement.
Pennsylvania State University has reached settlements totaling $59.7 million with 26 sexual abuse victims of former assistant football coach Gerald Sandusky, the school announced Monday.