Cultivating Careers: Professional Development for Campus IT provides an overview of current principles and practices for mentoring and developing the next generation of IT leaders in higher education.
David is Vice President for Information Technology and CIO at Stevens Institute of Technology. Stevens is a leading research university focusing on innovation and the power of technology to solve critical problems facing our society and our world. David joined Stevens in 2012 as the institution’s first VPIT and CIO. In this capacity he has responsibility for academic, administrative, and research computing. He has over 30 years of experience in business, research and development, and higher education. His areas of current professional focus include business intelligence, decision-making, leadership development, strategic planning, change leadership, organizational transformation, and cybersecurity. David has been an active writer, presenter, and speaker at numerous conferences including EDUCAUSE. Before joining Stevens, he held leadership positions at institutions in the University of North Carolina and University of South Carolina systems and at Xavier University. Earlier in his career David held senior leadership positions in business and research and development. He holds a PhD in higher education specializing in decision science, with research involving the use of structured and unstructured information in decision-making by senior higher education leaders.
Leading a campus through rapid IT change is a challenge, particularly from the perspectives of planning and leadership.
On the road of experience,I’m trying to find my own way…If there’s an answerIt’s just that it’s just that way.