Charles J. Haberle is associate vice president, academic facilities and technology planning at Providence College. Previously, he served as associate dean of undergraduate studies at PC.
Haberle’s responsibilities include academic facilities, instructional and administrative technology, and budgetary guidance to the more than 90 organizations within academic affairs. Haberle also oversees several units within academic affairs, including the Instructional Technology Development Program and the Office of the Registrar. A leader of numerous academic technological improvements at the College, he helped direct the implementation of the College’s Banner administrative system and the adoption of the College’s Learning Management System. He also co-chairs the institution’s Learning Spaces and Instructional Technology Steering Committee. Haberle previously served as chair of the National Academic Advising Association's (NACADA) Technology in Advising Commission, presenting on various advising technology topics. He has presented or facilitated conference sessions at regional and national conferences of several different organizations, including EDUCAUSE, the Forum on Education Abroad, Instructional Technology Council, and the University System of Georgia's Teaching & Learning with Advanced Technologies (TLAT) conference.