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IQ Housing: Blending People, Process And Technology

Now more than ever, close collaboration across departments and rapid response times are essential to keeping our students safe and healthy. This fall, teams from University Health Services, Housing,…

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ITLC Leadership Panel

Get to know leaders from across higher education as they reflect on current challenges and future innovation. They will share stories of how they are creating the IT workforce and work environment of…

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Stuck In The Middle With You: A Leadership Journey Through Crisis

Greg and Brian have worked at the forefront of campus’s COVID-19 Continuity of Instruction effort, engaging with Vice Provosts, Associate Deans, IT Directors, faculty, instructional designers,…

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Protecting And Preserving Knowledge – Why You Need To Create A Culture Of Knowledge Sharing Today

Change, whether welcome or painful, is inevitable. Information changes. People change. Finding what you need to know, and who knows it, takes time and energy that many can't spare. We often…

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The Transforming Power of Authentic Leadership

Derek Cooper's session "The transforming power of authentic leadership" includes a brief overview of his doctoral thesis entitled "Developing an ethical leadership baseline in…

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Investing Your Energy Where It Matters In Times of Imposed Change

During times of great change many decisions with far reaching impacts have to be made quickly and with limited input. Without examining how we invest our professional energy and the potential return…

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ITLC 2020 Keynote Session with Kevin Conroy

Kevin shares leadership lessons as he tells the Exact Sciences story of a small biotech start-up growing to become a leading provider of cancer screening and diagnostic tests with more than 4,500…

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How Cybersecurity Prepared Me to Become a CIO

As a cybersecurity professional, I spent 20 years guiding how information technology should be secured to support the mission of an organization. During these years, I was often told, “you have…

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CISO’s Crucible

This session is a discussion panel on the ups and downs of being an Information Security leader in Higher Education. Presenters: ED MURPHYDirector and Chief Information Security Officer,…

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Leading Diverse Teams is Essential to Success

Barbara Arnold '73 received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison with majors in Sociology and Social Work. Ms. Arnold was formerly the Vice President with…

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Where Applied Science Meets National Security

Jay Davis, Phd '69, President of the Hertz Foundation, has a storied career in fast neutron physics and national security. Mr. Davis reflects on the layers of experiences that students gain…

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