Thomas A. Delaney, P.E., the Vice President for Global Technology, is responsible for the leadership and strategic direction for global technology and related services for NYU sites throughout the world. Tom serves as the executive sponsor for the technology portion of NYUâs innovative Global Network University (GNU) Program. As Vice President, Tom provides oversight to the Global Program Management Office, and the evolving offices of Global Services and Global Partnerships.
Prior to this, Tom was the Associate Dean of Technology and Chief Information Officer at the New York University School of Law. In the fall 2005, Pre Law Magazine selected NYU School of Law the #1 technology law school in the country.
Before turning his career towards academia, Mr. Delaney worked for 20 years in a wide variety of vertical markets: he founded an international software company in the document assembly space, consulted globally on engineering document management projects, and was the Chief Information Officer for a consortium of companies in the retail and distribution sectors. Mr. Delaney holds patents for several telecommunications products. He is a regular speaker at industry conferences focusing on innovations in technology for Higher Education, global educational technology, shared learning across distances, and the design and adaptation of IT infrastructure and building technology to meet the complex pedagogical needs of higher education.
Mr. Delaney received his B.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1980), and his M.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic University (1983). He is a New York State Licensed Professional Engineer.
â¢ Oversees and manages NYU's Global Technology Services
â¢ Develops technology vision and strategy for the Global Network University
â¢ Provides global technology guidance to academic and administrative leadership
â¢ Ensures budgetary and project management controls at best practice standards
through the operation of the Global Program Management Office
â¢ Develops common technology services to promote mobility across GNU sites
through the developing Global Technology Services Office
â¢ Works with university leadership to develop global funding models through the
evolving Global Partnerships Office