Tags chief information officer (CIO)

University of Arkansas names Steve Krogull as CIO

by Betsy Foresman • 3 weeks ago

After serving as interim CIO since March, Krogull will now take over the role permanently as he plans for instruction this fall semester.

Eastern Kentucky University names longtime IT staffer as CIO

by Betsy Foresman • 3 months ago

Jeff Whitaker, who's been with Eastern Kentucky University since 1997, has been named its full-time chief information officer.

How Virginia Tech's CIO is handling the COVID-19 pandemic

by Betsy Foresman • 4 months ago

Scott Midkiff says the university is doing plenty right, but wishes they'd started planning for the health crisis sooner.

Muhlenberg College announces José Dieudonné will take over as CIO

by Betsy Foresman • 5 months ago

Dieudonné will begin his role as CIO on March 23 and will oversee the college's information technology plan.

Medical University of South Carolina names Mark McMath as CIO

by Betsy Foresman • 5 months ago

McMath, who begins his new role on April 27, will be charged with developing, implementing and supporting all IT initiatives across the university.

American University hires back former IT director as CIO

by Colin Wood • 6 months ago

Steve Munson, currently the chief information officer of Marymount University, will start as AU's new CIO next month.

University CIOs are becoming business leaders, says Educause report

by Betsy Foresman • 6 months ago

In its 2020 Top 10 IT Issues report, Educause shows how CIOs are evolving into key supporters of their institutions' academic and business goals.

Villanova U. hires former Ellucian executive as CIO

by Betsy Foresman • 7 months ago

Kelly Doney, a former federal IT consultant and executive with the edtech firm Ellucian, will start as the university's tech chief next month.

Louisiana Tech names Tom Hoover as CIO

by Colin Wood • 7 months ago

Formerly the CIO and dean of the library at the University of Louisiana-Monroe, Hoover started leading IT at Louisiana Tech earlier this month.

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