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Subject:

2016 CHECS Higher Education CIO Study

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"Cepull, Jeff" <[log in to unmask]>

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Colleagues (please forgive cross postings):

I am sure many of you have already completed the 2016 CHECS higher education CIO study.  The CHECS organization, led by Dr. Wayne Brown, has sent invitations to CIOs throughout higher education.  If you have not received an invitation to the survey please contact Dr. Brown at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]><mailto:[log in to unmask]> to participate.

In its 13th year, this international study collects data on higher education CIOs and presents a detailed description of today’s CIO in higher education. The aggregate information provides significant insights that benefit current CIOs, their institution management teams and those who hope to become a CIO in the future. It helps us understand how today’s CIOs have come to this executive post; what one can do to prepare to become a CIO; and what skills, education, and knowledge management teams have come to expect from CIOs. Past study results have been widely published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, EDUCAUSE Quarterly, EDUCAUSE Review, Public CIO, Campus Technology, Gartner, and League for Innovation publications.

In addition to gathering basic organization information, the survey asks that you rank a list of expectations of a CIO in importance and rate your performance. Institution management teams will also be surveyed. Your evaluation will be aggregated with survey data from your institution management team and the CIOs and management teams from other institutions. All responses and personal information will be kept strictly confidential.

Please consider responding to the survey and helping to increase the size of the data set.  Participation requires approximately 20 minutes and all responses and personal information are kept in strict confidence.

Thanks for considering this important activity in support of our profession.

Jeff



Jeffrey C. Cepull | Vice President for Information Resources and CIO | Philadelphia University | 215-951-2516



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CHECS Advisory Board

PB Garrett (Chair), Associate Provost & Chief Academic Technology Officer, The George Washington University

Keith McIntosh (Immediate Past Chair), Associate Vice President and CIO, Ithaca College

Jill Albin-Hill, Vice President and CIO, Dominican University

Sharon Blanton, Vice President and CIO, The College of New Jersey

James Bradley, Former Vice President and CIO, University of Texas at Arlington

Steve Burrell, Vice President and CIO, Georgia Southern University

Curtis (Curt) Carver, Vice President/CIO, University of Alabama Birmingham

Michael Cato, CIO, Vassar College

Jeffrey Cepull, Vice President for Information Resources and CIO, Philadelphia University

Tammy Clark, Chief Information Security Officer, University of Tampa

Lanita Collette (Planning Subcommittee Chair), University Information Security Officer, Northern Arizona University

Jay Dominick, Vice President and CIO, Princeton University

Paige Francis, Vice President and CIO, Fairfield University

Joel Hartman, CIO, University of Central Florida

Cathy Hubbs, Chief Information Security Officer, American University

Ann Kovalchick, Associate Vice Chancellor and CIO, UC Merced

Susan Malisch, Vice President and CIO, Loyola University Chicago

Carlos Morales, President, Tarrant County College Connect Campus

Charlie Moran, Sr. Partner and CEO, Moran Technology Consulting

Joe Moreau (Marketing/Communication Subcommittee Chair), Vice Chancellor, Technology & CTO, Foothill-DeAnza Community College District

Celeste Schwartz, Vice President for Information Technology and College Services, Montgomery County Community College

John (Jack) Suess, Vice President for Information Technology and CIO, University of Maryland Baltimore County

Justin Sipher, Vice President of Libraries and Information Technology, St. Lawrence University

Rhonda Spells, Interim Vice President and CIO, Prince George’s Community College

Melissa Woo, Vice Provost for Information Services & CIO, University of Oregon

Sue Workman, Vice President and CIO, Case Western Reserve University





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