Hosts Cynthia and Jack talk with Barron Koralesky, CIO at Williams College, about how strategizing and collaborating play such an important role in his job.
Barron is the chief information officer at Williams College in Massachusetts. Prior to that, Barron was the director of client services and academic technology at Macalester College. Barron did his undergraduate work in physics at Carleton College and graduate work in astrophysics at the University of Minnesota and was a Frye fellow in 2005. Barron has served on the EDUCAUSE board of directors, taught in the management institute, served on the ELI Advisory Board, the nomination committee, the recognition committee, the advisory committee for teaching and learning and several programming committees. He was given the EDUCAUSE Rising Star Award in 2013.
Four IT leaders share their experiences responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the knowledge they have gained, and early planning for the future.
This paper recommends modern identity specifications for campus information systems that can be used to properly and respectfully handle the gender identities, pronouns, and preferred names of students, faculty, and staff in ERP systems at our institutions.