The Vice President of Information Technology is the university’s Chief Information Officer (CIO). The Vice President provides university leadership for information technology at UMBC and serves on the executive leadership team of the university. The Vice President is responsible for providing information technology services in support of teaching and scholarship, research computing, and administrative support. Reporting directly to the President, the Vice President is responsible for strategic planning and implementation, coordination, budget, personnel, and policy related to information technology at UMBC.

Recent Submissions

  • Assessment and Analytics in Institutional Transformation 

    Hrabowski, Freeman; Suess, Jack; Fritz, John (EDUCAUSE Review, 2011-09-12)
    U.S. higher education has an extraordinary record of accomplishment in preparing students for leadership, in serving as a wellspring of research and creative endeavor, and in providing public service. Despite this success, ...
  • Reclaiming the Lead: Higher Education's Future and Implications for Technology 

    Hrabowski III, Freeman A.; Suess, Jack (EDUCAUSE, 2010-12)
    U.S. education, K-20, is under constant scrutiny as the country faces increasingly competitive global markets, a worldwide recession, rapid technological and demographic changes at home, and struggling educational systems ...
  • Project-Based Learning Continues to Inspire Cybersecurity Students: The 2018–2019 SFS Research Studies at UMBC 

    Golaszewski, Enis; Sherman, Alan T.; Oliva, Linda; Peterson, Peter A. H.; Bailey, Michael R.; Bohon, Scott; Bonyadi, Cyrus; Borror, Casey; Coleman, Ryan; Flenner, Johannah; Enamorado, Elias; Eren, Maksim E.; Khan, Mohammad; Larbi, Emmanuel; Marshall, Kyle; Morgan, William; Mundy, Lauren; Onana, Gabriel; Orr, Selma Gomez; Parker, Lauren; Pinkney, Caleb; Rather, Mykah; Rodriguez, Jimmy; Solis, Bryan; Tete, Wubnyonga; Tsega, Tsigereda B.; Valdez, Edwin; Varga, Charles K.; Weber, Brian; Wnuk-Fink, Ryan; Yonkeu, Armand; Zetlmeisl, Lindsay; Doyle, Damian; O'Brien, Casey; Roundy, Joseph; Suess, Jack
  • The SFS Summer Research Study at UMBC: Project-Based Learning Inspires Cybersecurity Students 

    Sherman, Alan; Golaszewski, Enis; LaFemina, Edward; Goldschen, Ethan; Khan, Mohammed; Mundy, Lauren; Rather, Mykah; Solis, Bryan; Tete, Wubnyonga; Valdez, Edwin; Weber, Brian; Doyle, Damian; O’Brien, Casey; Oliva, Linda; Roundy, Joseph; Suess, Jack (2018-11-12)
    May 30-June 2, 2017, Scholarship for Service (SFS) scholars at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) analyzed the security of a targeted aspect of the UMBC computer systems. During this hands-on study, with ...
  • Using IMS Standards to Advance Next-Generation Digital Learning Environments (NGDLE) 

    Suess, John (2019-02-26)
    The NGDLE is a vision for a learning ecosystem not a detailed technical specification. As such, the NGDLE will evolve over time as technology matures and the research in teaching & learning identifies effective practices. ...