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WEBINAR: CHECS CIO Survey Results Webinar - The Higher Education CIO

CHECS CIO Survey Results Webinar: The Higher Education CIO

Tuesday, November 14, 2017
1:00–2:00 p.m. EST

Today, CIOs face challenges and decision points never-before encountered. In this webinar, Dr. Wayne A. Brown, founder of the Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officer Studies (CHECS), will present research findings from his 2017 research The Higher Education Chief Information Officer, which highlights important developments such as the lack of diversity for CIOs, the graying of the profession, and the fact that a degree in business is second only to a degree in technology as a credential for higher education CIOs.

Key Questions Answered:

  • Who is today’s higher education CIO in to relation role, effectiveness, attributes, and background?
  • How has the CIO role in higher education evolved?
  • How does a historic view of the higher education CIO shape the career path for those who aspire to become a department leader in the future?

Webinar Presenter:
Dr. Wayne A. Brown, Founder, CHECS and VP for IT Emeritus, Excelsior College

Wayne A. Brown, PhD became a chief information officer in the mid-1990s and worked in higher education at colleges in San Francisco, Kansas, and New York. Dr. Brown’s has studied higher education CIOs since 2003. His work has been widely published in higher education and technology publications, such as Chronicle for Higher Education, Information Week, CIO, Inside Higher Ed, and Campus Technology, and he has presented research findings at technology conferences throughout the United States.

Reserve your seat today  for the webinar.

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