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May 4, 6: Meet candidates for information technology v.p.

ITPULLMAN, Wash. – The Washington State University community is invited to meet two candidates for the vice president for Information Technology Services and chief information officer position and provide input to the search committee.

Each candidate will present his/her vision for ITS at WSU, followed by questions and answers with the audience. The first of four candidate visits planned in May, the open sessions will be in the CUB junior ballroom, with video connections to the urban campuses:

May 4, 8:30-9:30 a.m.: Ophir Trigalo, vice provost and chief information officer, Illinois Institute of Technology

May 6, 8:30-9:30 a.m.: Priscilla Hancock, vice president for information technology and chief information officer, University of Louisville

The search committee is chaired by Joan King, associate vice president and chief university budget officer. Committee members are: Erica Austin, vice provost for academic affairs; Jason Bittle, director of mobile design; David Cillay, vice president of Global Campus; Brian Dixon, assistant vice president, student financial services; Christopher Keane, vice president for research; Stephen Locker, director of Web communication; Christian Mailhiot, professor and director for integrated modeling and simulation; Gregory Neunherz, director of technology, Carson College of Business; Robert Rosenman, professor of economic sciences and Faculty Senate past-chair; Michael Stamper, WSU Vancouver chief information officer; and Jansen VanderMeulen, past ASWSU vice president.

Additional candidate visits will be announced as the itineraries are finalized.

 

 

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