President to recommend Rosenberg as interim VP for IT

By | November 28, 2017
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President Mark Schlissel announced Monday that he has asked Andrew Rosenberg, chief information officer for Michigan Medicine, to serve as the university’s interim vice president for information technology and chief information officer.

Rosenberg, who also is an associate professor of anesthesiology and of internal medicine in the Medical School, will step in for Kelli Trosvig, who announced Monday she is leaving U-M. She was appointed to the newly created executive position a year ago.

The president said he has asked Rosenberg to immediately oversee the university’s IT operations to ensure continuous leadership, and said he would recommend to the Board of Regents on December 7 that Rosenberg be officially appointed interim vice president for information technology and chief information officer.

Schlissel said details about the about the process to identify U-M’s next permanent vice president for information technology would be announced soon. Read the full story in The University Record.

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