Dr. Craig N. Mills (Ed.D. 1982) has been promoted to vice president of examinations at American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in recognition of his leadership and contributions to the profession. A prominent psychometrician and a pioneer in the computerization of testing, Dr. Mills was responsible for the transition of the CPA examination from pencil-and-paper to a computerized format.
Prior to joining AICPA, Dr. Mills directed the computerization of the GRE General Test for the Educational Testing Service, which he joined in 1986.
In 2008, Dr. Mills received an Award of Distinction from the College of Education during the Centennial celebration recognizing 100 years of preparing educators on the UMass Amherst campus.