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Finalists selected for information technology position

Three finalists have been selected to interview for the position of chief information officer/vice provost for information and technological services at New Mexico State University, said Library Dean Elizabeth Titus, who is chairing the search committee.


e Glenn R. Wilde, vice provost for outreach and technology/CIO at the University of Idaho, who will be on campus Monday, May 6; Rosio Alvarez, associate chancellor for information technologies/CIO at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, who will visit Monday, May 13; and Carl E. Whitman, executive director of e-operations at American University in Washington, D.C., who will visit Tuesday, May 14.

The chief information officer/vice provost for information and technological services, a new executive-level position at New Mexico State, reports to the provost and is the chief individual responsible for communication and computing needs at the university. The position provides vision and leadership in the development, integration and operation of information technology for the innovative support of instruction, research, public service and administrative operations, including distance education, management information systems, budget and financial records.

More information on the search is available on the Web at www.nmsu.edu/vp_search.html.

Karl Hill
May 3, 2002