15 May Three finalists named for UW-Madison CIO
Madison, Wis. – The search for a new chief information officer and vice provost for information technology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been narrowed to three Midwestern finalists, according to Provost Patrick Farrell.
The finalists are Ronald D. Kraemer, deputy CIO and associate director of the UW-Madison Division of Information Technology (DoIT); Kathy Pletcher, associate provost for information services and CIO at UW-Green Bay; and Deanna M. Raineri, associate dean for technology and information services, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
The individual who accepts the CIO position oversees DoIT, the central technology organization on campus, and its 500-plus full-time employees and budget of more than $70 million.
Ken Frazier, director of the University Library System, has been serving as interim CIO since July 2006, following the retirement of former technology leader Anne Stunden. She had served as UW-Madison’s CIO since 2000.
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