University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced Monday that he has initiated a search for a new vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
“Information technology and this position are crucial for enhancing our standing as a world-class university dedicated to education, discovery, innovation and health care,” Schlissel said.
Reporting to the president, this executive role provides universitywide leadership, collaboratively guiding investment in and support of IT systems and services that leverage the resources of the entire university community.
Andrew Rosenberg, chief information officer for Michigan Medicine, is currently serving as the university’s interim vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
Schlissel will lead the selection process and will seek input from various university leaders and members of the university community.
Anyone who has questions, ideas or would like to nominate someone to be considered for the position, should contact Stephen Yaros, project manager in the Office of the President at email@example.com.