Interim leadership named at CIT
Posted May 23, 2000; 05:06 p.m.
the search for a new vice president of computing and information technology, Provost Jeremiah Ostriker will assume more direct responsibility for CIT leadership along with two CIT directors.
CIT Vice President Ira Fuchs has announced he is joining the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation on July 1, although he will continue at Princeton part-time as senior technology adviser to President Harold T. Shapiro.
David Koehler and Steven Sather will be named managing directors during the interim period. Koehler will have oversight for administrative computing and infrastructure, which includes information systems, information technology architecture, and enterprise services. Sather will direct academic computing and customer service, including support services, administrative services, academic technology services, and budget and finance.
The University will conduct a national search to replace Fuchs, Ostriker said. "We are seen as a leader in providing a robust infrastructure for campus computing and in identifying and deploying new technologies," he said. "We will be seeking someone who will follow in and extend this tradition of excellence and innovation."
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