The Information Technology Council (ITC) of the University of Michigan envisions a future for the university in which:
- Members of the community have the freedom to choose from an array of tools and devices that are supported by a common infrastructure.
- Strive to provide ubiquitous access to resources, learning experiences, and colleagues at the university and beyond to meet the rising expectations of access to everything from anywhere.
- Collaboration—supporting knowledge sharing, education, and research—is seamless and independent of time, location, unit, level, or institution.
- Technology enables new directions and business models (e.g., lifelong and life-wide learning) that extend globally and beyond institutional boundaries.
- Computing infrastructure and services are integrated across the core missions of the university.
- Computing infrastructure and services are built to support innovation, flexibility, efficiency, effective use of data, and functional completeness.
- Provide education, community support and resources to allow individuals to use technology to do amazing things.
- Develop vision and strategic direction for shared information and communication technologies for entire university
- Review and prioritize projects that align with U-M IT strategy
- Individual members are responsible for representing and communicating with their constituencies
|Steven L. Ceccio
College of Engineering, Interim Dean
Vincent T and Gloria M Gorguze Professor of Engineering, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Professor of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Dean
Geneva Smitherman Collegiate Professor of English Language and Literature, Linguistics, and Education; Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of English, Linguistics, and Education
College of Engineering and College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Student, Undergraduate
College of Engineering, Associate Professor of Aerospace Engineering
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, Professor of Physics and Professor of Astronomy
School of Information, School of Education and Digital Studies Institute, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Learning Technologies
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts and School of Information, Student, Undergraduate
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Student, Undergraduate
|Michigan Medicine Representative
Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Student, Graduate
College of Engineering, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering and Medical School, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Associate Professor of Biophysics
|Z. Morley Mao
College of Engineering, Morris Wellman Faculty Development Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Dean
Stephen M Ross Professor of Business, Edward J Frey Dean of Business and Professor of Business
Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Associate Professor Technology and Operations
School of Public Health, Associate Professor in the Department of Health Management and Policy
College of Engineering, Student, Undergraduate
Elizabeth B Moje
School of Public Health, John D. Kalbfleisch Collegiate Professor of Biostatistics, Professor of Biostatistics, Chair, Department of Biostatistics, Professor of Epidemiology and Professor of Global Public Health
Medical School, Stevo Julius Research Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Professor of Internal Medicine and Program Director, M-CHAMP
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Professor of Asian Cinema
Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
|IT Leadership, University of Michigan Campuses
|Burgunda (Gundy) Sweet
College of Pharmacy, Director of Curriculum Assessment and Clinical Professor of Pharmacy, and Clinical Pharmacist, Michigan Medicine
Stephen M. Ross School of Business, Graduate Business Admin, Student
J.D., Executive Director Information Assurance and Chief Information Security Officer
Office of University Development, Assistant Vice President for Development, Development Services & Strategic Solutions
Associate Vice Provost and University Registrar
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Chief Information Officer
STAC Vice Chair
Dearborn, Chief Information and Strategy Officer