CT 2015 Advisory Board

Campus Technology Events are proud to have on our Advisory Board thought leaders from a variety of institutions and disciplines. They bring with them unparalleled expertise and insight into the challenges facing campuses, from teaching and learning, enterprise systems, to mobile and connected technologies, cybersecurity and more!

Jill Albin-Hill

VP for IT
Dominican University

Josh Baron

Senior Academic Technology Officer
Marist College

Judith Boettcher

Consultant, Author and Analyst
Designing for Learning

Kyle Bowen

Director of Education Technology Services
The Pennsylvania State University

Bob Bramucci

Vice Chancellor, Technology and Learning Services
South Orange County Community College District

Gary Brown

Senior Fellow, AAC&U; Academic Director
AAEEBL

W. Gardner Campbell

Vice Provost for Learning Innovation and Student Success
Virginia Commonwealth University

Edward V. Chapel

VP for IT
Montclair State University

Ronald L. Danielson

Vice Provost for Information Services and CIO
Santa Clara University

Mark Frydenberg

Senior Lecturer of Computer and Information Systems and Director of the CIS Sandbox
Bentley University

Joy Hatch

Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Services
Virginia Community College System

John Ittelson

Professor Emeritus and Director, Communication, Collaboration and Outreach, California Virtual Campus
CSU Monterey Bay

Jorge Mata

Chief Information Officer
Los Angeles Community College District

Jennifer Spielvogel

VP, Planning and Institutional Effectiveness
Cuyahoga Community College

Raymond Uzwyshyn

Director of Libraries
American Public University System

Anu Vedantham

Director, Weigle Information Commons
University of Pennsylvania Libraries

Call for Presentations now open

Campus Technology conferences cover a broad range of leading technologies for teaching and learning, administration, research, and communications on college and university campuses. Presenters address current and emerging applications of technology in education and provide models for implementation, best use practices, and strategies for effective technology leadership on campus.

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