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Where’d You Go, Tom Andriola? Interview with UCI VC for Information, Technology & Data

Tom Andriola, vice chancellor of Information, Technology & Data at UC Irvine

Tom¬†Andriola¬†became vice chancellor of Information,¬†Technology & Data at UC Irvine in September 2019.¬†Most recently, he spent six years¬†as UC system CIO¬†at the¬†UC Office of the President. In that role, he focused¬†on building and connecting¬†a¬†universitywide¬†community¬†of IT professionals.¬†Below he¬†describes¬†the transition to campus…
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UC Davis Creates New Software and Service Catalog

Screenshot of UC Davis' Software and Service Catalog

By¬†Ahna¬†Heller.¬†Information and Educational Technology (IET) at UC Davis has launched a new software catalog that makes it easier for students, staff, and faculty to obtain software available through UC and campus agreements. It also represents the next step forward in…
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Mine-crafting that Campus Feeling

UC Santa Barbara in Minecraft

By Harrison Tasoff.¬†For undergraduate Charles Neumann the announcement that spring quarter classes would be delivered via remote instruction was sad news. Like many graduating seniors, he had hoped to spend his final days at UC Santa Barbara enjoying classes and…
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Meet Gigi Johnson: UCLA Music and Tech Innovator

By Jeané Blunt. Gigi Johnson, Ed.D., teaches music industry courses at the UCLA Herb Albert School of Music and was the founding executive director of the UCLA Center for Music Innovation. She also hosts the UCLA podcast, Innovating Music.


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UCSB’s COVID-19 IT Response

UCSB campus storke tower Photo Credit: MATT PERKO

By Harrison Tasoff. As classes, research and administration transition to the internet, the campus’s information technology (IT) departments have had the monumental task of adapting systems, increasing capacity and keeping the university up and running.

The good news is that…
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CruzHacks 2020: A Student-Led, High Energy Weekend 

By Jim Phillips.¬†Stevenson College at UC Santa Cruz overlooks the Monterey Bay, offering one of the most impressive views our campus has to offer (and that is saying a lot). Each year, on the three-day Martin Luther King day weekend,…
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