President Schlissel has set ambitious goals for our university around data science and enhancing our student and faculty researchers’ ability to tap into the enormous potential of big data. We are poised to help U-M faculty, researchers, patient-care providers, and students tackle the huge challenges of our time—and the massive amounts of data their work requires—through the strategic use of cloud platforms.
The 2017 symposium focused on how IT work at Michigan is transforming with the proliferation of cloud technologies and services. It offered opportunities for Michigan IT staff to build new skills to take advantage of the opportunities ahead of us. We also invited conversations of when cloud may not be the right choice, evaluating services and vendors, and supporting the people side of technology change.
Welcome & Opening Remarks
Kelli Trosvig, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer and Andrew Rosenberg, MD, Chief Information Officer, Michigan Medicine
Kim S. Cameron, William Russell Kelly Chair of Management and Organizations; Professor of Higher Education, Co-founder, Center for Positive Organizations, University of Michigan
Materials from the Event
- Poster Session
54 posters were displayed at the symposium. Poster topics fit into one of five categories: Innovations in Teaching and Learning, Enabling Research, Transforming Patient Care, Supporting the People Side of Technology Change, and Michigan IT 200 (U-M Bicentennial).
- Breakout Sessions & Presentations
Community members shared their creations, insight, and discoveries in 27 breakout session presentations, hands on training and birds of feather sessions. Presentation materials and video recordings are available for some, but not all of the presentations.
View a complete album of 2017 Michigan IT Symposium photos on Flickr