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Highlights
  • Collegiate IT leaders find that their job continues to evolve.
  • Today a chief focus is as a facilitator and business partner to organizations and users campuswide and beyond.
  • Participants include Dennis Cromwell of Indiana University, Nancy Crouch of Wake Forest University, Lev Gonick of Case Western Reserve University, Joy Hatch of Virginia Community College System, Thomas Hoover of University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Joanne Kossuth of Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Kirk Moore of the University of Colorado Colorado Springs and Kamalika Sandell of American University.

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