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    Tech Innovation Key to Higher Ed Adaption

    Nurturing innovation while modernizing foundational technology infrastructure will help Georgetown thrive in the ever-changing and competitive world of higher education, according to Georgetown’s vice president and chief information officer.

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    2013 Report

    Outlining UIS' technology modernization strategy, and providing transparency on our progress during this past fiscal year.

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    Hackathon

    Georgetown Hackathon 2012

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    Georgetown Mobile

    Read about developments for our mobile presence.

News

  • Judd Nicholson
    Judd Nicholson chosen for 2014 CIO Ones to Watch Award
    Judd Nicholson, Associate Vice President/Deputy Chief Information Officer recently received a 2014 CIO Ones to Watch Award from IDG's CIO magazine and CIO Executive Council. This prestigious honor is bestowed upon 25 rising stars in information technology (IT) who bring leadership, innovation and value to their organization and are primed to become future CIOs.
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  • GU Women Who Code
    New Group Encodes Love for Programming
    The inauguration of GU Women Who Code attracted students from 19 different majors, as well as faculty and staff from various departments, to St. Mary’s Hall on Thursday. The brainchild of Chief Information Officer Lisa Davis and associate professor of computer science Lisa Singh, the club aims to expand the coding skills of female students.
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  • Alexis Ohanian
    Alexis Ohanian to speak at Georgetown
    November 13, 2013
    Co-founder of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, kicks off GU Innovation Series.
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  • Explosion of Wireless Devices
    Explosion of Wireless Devices Strains Campus Networks
    October 14, 2013
    A few weeks into the fall semester, Bruce Maas, chief information officer at the University of Wisconsin at Madison, received an e-mail from his chancellor: A junior living in campus housing was frustrated with the wireless network, which he said often left him unable to connect to the Internet. Mr. Maas, who describes the university's wireless capacity as "very robust," asked his networking staff to investigate.
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  • Lisa Davis visits PKU
    Georgetown CIO Lisa Davis Visits Peking University
    September 27, 2013
    Georgetown University CIO, Lisa Davis, visited Peking University in China. Her visit focused on the information construction of universities and the further collaboration between PKU and Georgetown.
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  • Mobile
    MOOCS and Mobile: How Georgetown is Pioneering the Campus of the Future
    Will mobile devices overhaul traditional teaching methods—or are they just a very shiny and expensive distraction? Are MOOCs eliminating the need for a campus-based education—or are they just an over-hyped fad?
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  • Next GUTS
    Mobile App Feature to Track GUTS Status
    April 12, 2013
    Deputy Chief Information Officer Judd Nicholson said that the popularity of the transit feature on the Georgetown mobile app, launched last year, was a driving factor in the creation of NextGUTS.

    Emmert expects that NextGUTS would attract more users to the mobile app, which now has more than 10,000 users across its platforms. Emmert stressed the importance of the app and said the university would continue seeking feedback.
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