The CIO also carries the title of associate provost for information technology and reports to the provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Other members of the search committee are:
- Fred Butcher, vice president for planning and operations, Health Sciences Center.
- Katherine Karraker, associate dean, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.
- Fred King, interim vice president for research and economic development.
- Amy Kuhn, director, Office of Information Technology.
- Mike Mays, professor, mathematics.
- Liz Reynolds, associate vice president, Planning and Treasury Operations.
- Steve Robinson, University Registrar.
- Laura Roth, assistant vice president for information technology, Health Sciences Center.
Mark Six was named interim CIO effective Dec. 12, 2011, will continue serve to in this capacity until a permanent CIO arrives on campus.
The CIO serves as the chief information technology planning officer for WVU and is the head of the WVU Office of Information Technology, which provides educational and administrative computing information to the WVU community and seeks to empower the University community through information technology, to enrich the academic experience for students and to strengthen the ability of faculty and staff to teach, conduct research and to provide public service throughout West Virginia and beyond.
Executive search firm Witt/Kieffer will work with the University to facilitate this search.
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