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Brian Rice – Southern State Community College

Most university leaders pride themselves on having a diverse student body, but how many schools can count robots in their enrollment? Southern State Community College in Hillsboro, Ohio, can. In fact, it has three. Designed by Suitable Technologies, these Beam telepresence robots allow students, professors and other faculty members to roam the campus grounds, take […]

Antoine Harrison – Schenectady County Community College

A hacker has just released the cryptolocker virus into Schenectady County Community College’s database, and the clock is ticking. If successful, the virus will encrypt all of the institution’s files and hold them for ransom. While it’s never actually happened, this is the type of scenario CIO Antoine Harrison has to prepare for every day. […]

Allan Chen – Muhlenberg College

Walking through the green campus of Muhlenberg College, CIO Allan Chen sees students race across the campus from a contemporary dance class to an introduction to neuroscience class. Since joining the liberal arts institution in 2015, Chen has always appreciated the way the Allentown, Pennsylvania-based college encourages students to dictate their path—a mindset it also […]

Terry Rataiczak – Kinetic Networking/Washington State Community College

Don’t be fooled by the name; Washington State Community College is not located in the State of Washington, nor is it in America’s capital city. Instead, the institution of 2,200 students is situated in Marietta, Ohio, which is part of Washington County. The “state” part distinguishes it as a state school. So why not call […]

Jon Brennan – Hudson Valley Community College

There are 64 schools that make up the State University of New York system (SUNY), and on any given day, creativity and innovation unfurl like undergrads through dorm-hall lobbies—which, when your collective alumni include Natalie Merchant, Harvey Milk and Calvin Klein, might be expected. Nestled just north of Albany, a mere half-mile from its namesake […]

Stephen Brennan – Ferrilli Higher Education

Two years ago, New York City School Support Services didn’t exist. Then, in the middle of 2016, Mayor Bill de Blasio handed the maintenance and custodial contracts for the city’s 1,500 schools over to the non-profit start-up. The growing organization would need to expand—and fast, in order to avoid a disruption in its essential services, […]

Bettie Backus – Virginia State University

Back in 1882, the year Virginia State University was founded, food production was still very much a binary matter: the more hooves and hands in the field, the bigger and better the yield. By contrast, modern agriculture has—for better or worse—become a question of manufacturing; one with which VSU agronomists have increasingly had to grapple […]

Kirk Nugent – Oakwood University

Think of that most noble pursuit of missionary work, and what roles come to mind? For sure, those of pastors, doctors, nurses and agriculturists, all willing to immerse themselves at personal sacrifice, in some of the world’s most undeveloped regions. But don’t overlook the contributions that a technology professional can make, reminds Kirk Nugent from […]

Travis Seekins – Hardin-Simmons University

It all began with a seemingly simple idea. An alumnus of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, thought the school’s Division III football team, the Cowboys—winners of more titles than any other American Southwest Conference member—needed a scoreboard capable of supporting video. The idea quickly earned the backing of additional donors, and Hardin-Simmons’ leaders pulled the […]

Dan Borges – Southwestern College

There’s a myth about technology in Silicon Valley—and by extension, California—which suggests that any technology or trend sprung from the former must necessarily fan into the latter. Dan Borges knows better. Having plied the IT trade in everything from defense to pharmaceuticals (he counts Lockheed Martin among his resume bullet points), Borges has long recognized […]

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