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Dr. Christine E. Miller serves as Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. Dr. Miller joined California State University, Sacramento, in September 2014 as Associate Chief Information Officer. Previously, she served as Assistant Dean and IT Executive Director for the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia. Dr. Miller has 20 years of experience working in information technology, academic technology, and higher education.
Under her leadership at the University of Georgia, she participated in shared governance and partnered with other divisions to achieve campus-wide goals, as well as implementing an eAdvising platform, virtualizing server infrastructure, supporting accreditation, developing paperless workflows for academic and administrative processes, initiating site licenses for campus software, participating in the launch of the office of online learning, and identifying resources to make technology resources and services sustainable.
Dr. Miller holds a Bachelor’s degree in English, a Master’s in Instructional Technology, and a Doctorate in Higher Education, all from the University of Georgia. Dr. Miller’s doctoral studies were completed in concert with the John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in Undergraduate Education, where she honed her passion for using data and technology intentionally and collaboratively to achieve campus goals. In her current role, she serves as the IRT sponsor for Smart Planner, Platinum Analytics, and other student and academic success projects.
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