ITS Committee

Information Technology Services Committee

The ITS Committee meets monthly to represent the campus in regard to Computing Services and to serve as an advisory body to the Chief Information Officer.  To review all requests for additions and modifications to the current computing capabilities and to make recommendations for action on such requests.  To recommend policies and procedures regarding priorities for and use of all computing facilities.  To provide a primary source of input for the long-range planning of all computer systems on campus.  To assist in formulating proposals to provide funding for computer activities.  To encourage use of computer facilities.  (Faculty/Staff may be emailed using fistname.lastname@augie.edu).

ITS Committee Chair: Dan Drenkow

Admission: Pete Roberts

Development: Dawn Krumvieda

Finance/HR: Carol Spillum

Humanities: Richard Swanson

Instructional Technologist: Sharon Gray

Library: Deb Hagemeier

Marketing: Peggy Kapusta

MIS: Deb Frederick

Natural Sciences: Nathan Grau

Social Sciences: Tony Durr

Student Services: Corey Kopp

ASA Student Rep: Zach Brandt

ASA Student Rep: Roberto Luces

Membership:  The committee is composed of one faculty representative from each academic division, one representative appointed by each Vice President, two student representatives appointed by ASA, a representative from MIS, the Educational Technologist, and the Chief Information Officer, who serves as chair. (Note that non-voting advisory members may sit on the committee depending on the situation, and multiple VP areas may be represented by one common committee member.)

Functions:  To represent the campus in regard to Computing Services and to serve as an advisory body to the Chief Information Officer.  To review all requests for additions and modifications to the current computing capabilities and to make recommendations for action on such requests.  To evaluate equipment and materials in current use for computer activities and to recommend acquisitions of new hardware and software.  To recommend policies and procedures regarding priorities for and use of all computing facilities.  To provide a primary source of input for the long-range planning of all computer systems on campus.  To assist in formulating proposals to provide funding for computer activities.  To encourage use of computer facilities.