The Strategic Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) is committed to creating a culture of collaboration for innovation and progress. Since its renaming and the adoption of a new charter last June, the committee has been busy! STAC has met with unit IT leadership and identified six top unit priorities: procurement services research computing and services storage options SPG 601.27… Read More »
The University of Michigan-Dearborn is at the cutting edge of talent management — the strategic approach to ensuring that the university has the right people, in the right positions, with the right skills to have high performance. Technology to support talent management ensures employees are engaged with the university through clear job descriptions, aligned with key goals through… Read More »
The Unit IT Steering Committee recently adopted a new charter and began meeting under a new name—the Strategic Technology Advisory Committee (STAC). The revised charter incorporates the group’s experience and growth, as well as how the larger U-M technology environment has evolved over time.
In a short interview with “EducationTIMES,” U-M’s newly appointed VPIT-CIO Ravi Pendse discusses his new role and his vision for the future. “I see a teacher in every person I interact with,” says Pendse when asked how he would draw upon his past experience as a collaborative university leader. “So, I expect to listen, learn, adapt, and collaboratively lead. If… Read More »
How do we make sure higher ed teams are prepared and supported as the pace of academic technology moves ever more quickly? In a wide-ranging article in “EDUCAUSE Review,” U-M’s VPIT-CIO Kelli Trosvig writes that higher education IT leaders must commit to a journey of continuous change and improvement, driven sometimes by technology and sometimes by culture. “Expectations… Read More »
A new program seeks to solve the challenges the U-M community faces when it comes to accessing university resources with U-M accounts.
Michigan Enterprise Strategic Assessments, better known as MESAs, are making a splash here and at other universities.
Join your colleagues for interactive sessions, hands-on-training, networking, and panel discussions. Plus, meet new VPIT-CIO Kelli Trosvig, who will deliver closing remarks and host a brief Q&A.