2019 Michigan IT Symposium

The Michigan IT Symposium is an annual event to help create connections between community members, while showcasing the innovation occurring across all of the university’s campuses. The event is open to all members of Michigan's IT community and includes multiple types of interactions, including plenary and breakout events.

Save the Date

Mark your calendars for the sixth annual 2019 Michigan IT Symposium scheduled for November 25-26, 2019 with a new expanded format including more breakout sessions than ever before. The event kicks-off on the afternoon of Monday, November 25 with a special keynote presentation and leadership message followed by a poster reception highlighting the ingenuity of the Michigan IT community. Join us on day two of the Symposium (Tuesday, November 26) for a full day ofbreakout sessions, collaborative conversations, and networking opportunities. The 2019 Michigan IT Symposium will take place at the Michigan League on the Ann Arbor campus. The co-chairs for this year’s event are Andrea Bolash, director of Institutional Research for the College of Engineering and Michael Warden, senior director, HITS Service Management.

Registration for this year’s event will open on Monday, October 14.

The IT Symposium is one of several activities co-sponsored by the offices of the VPIT-CIO and the CIO for Michigan Medicine and organized by the Michigan IT Steering Committee to build community and encourage collaboration among U-M’s 2,700 IT professionals.

Important Dates for Presenters

  • The week of September 9: Notification of Acceptance for Posters and Presentations
  • September 19: Deadline to accept or decline
  • September 30: Submit Draft Posters for Feedback
  • October 21: "Print-ready" Posters Due
  • November 15: Presentations Due

The IT Symposium is co-sponsored by the offices of the VPIT-CIO and the CIO for Michigan Medicine. The symposium is one of several activities organized by the Michigan IT Steering Committee to build community and encourage collaboration among U-M’s 2,700 IT professionals.

Questions and More Information

Send questions, feedback and ideas to michigan-it-symposium@umich.edu.