Wayne State University utilizes a basic system of shared technology governance at the executive level.
Given the pervasive presence of technology in learning, discovery, urban engagement and administration, it is essential that stakeholders have appropriate involvement in making key technology decisions.
This system of shared technology governance provides many diverse and valuable perspectives in a methodical approach to decision-making, and ultimately results in well-formed institutional-level decisions.
An overview of each governance committee is below. For more information or for a current list of members, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
IT Steering Committee
The Information Technology Steering Committee (ITSC) is the executive-level technology steering committee at Wayne State University. The ITSC makes final recommendations to the President on strategic technology matters. ITSC membership is primarily composed of select members of the President's cabinet, representing both the academic (instruction and research) and the administrative branches of the institution. Meetings take place on a monthly basis.
- Daren Hubbard, Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President for Computing & Information Technology (convener)
- Keith Whitfield, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs (chair)
Information Systems Management Committee
The Information Systems Management Committee (ISMC) at Wayne State University has a primary emphasis on enterprise-wide administrative technologies, such as the university's integrated Banner System and associated administrative systems and applications. The ISMC is primarily made up of Associate Vice Presidents and Directors from Wayne State University administrative divisions and departments. Meetings take place on a monthly basis.
- Bhavani Koneru, Senior Director — Administrative Applications, C&IT (convener)
Academic Technology Advisory Group
The Academic Technology Advisory Group (ATAG) assists in shaping academic technology services, support, policy and direction at WSU. The advisory group's scope includes all technology topics that promote the intellectual and educational mission of WSU. Membership consists of two representatives from each school and college at WSU. ATAG meetings are held two times per academic year – each fall and spring.
- Daren Hubbard, Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President for Computing & Information Technology (co-chair)
- Sandra Yee, Dean for Wayne State University Library System (co-chair)
Campus Technology Leaders Council
The Campus Technology Leaders Council (CTLC) aims to identify common needs throughout the university, to leverage the collective expertise of its members, promote innovation and attract university-wide support. The CTLC has representation from each WSU school, college and divison, as well as some units where IT is a strategic asset for the university. The members have a leadership role in their unit and membership is by invitation only. The CTLC has general meetings on a bi-monthly basis.
- Melissa Crabtree, Senior Director — Customer Services, C&IT (chair)