Tag Archive: CIO

Recording Available for “The First Woman Man” Webinar

A scaled down version of a male dummy that represents only the smallest 5% of women by the standards of the mid-1970s - so small that it can work double-duty as a 12 or 13 year old child.

UC Merced CIO Ann Kovalchick presented the webinar, “The First Woman Man: Gender Labels and Workplace Expectations,” to an audience of over 200 on November 20.

The newly formed UC Women in Tech Committee hosted the webinar and…
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Save the Date: Nov. 20 UC WIT Webinar

Ann Kovalchick, Associate Vice Chancellor and CIO at UC Merced

The UC Women in Technology Committee is pleased to announce a webinar with Ann Kovalchick, UC Merced chief information officer.

Title: The First Woman Man: Gender labels and workplace expectations

Description: A discussion on the real and imagined responsibilities of being…
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7 UC Campuses to Use Conflict of Commitment System

Outside Activity Tracking System logo

 By Ben Nathan. 

DGIT, the information technology (IT) office for the UCLA health sciences schools, is the technical partner behind the launch of the University of California (UC) Outside Activity Tracking System. Known as OATS, this is a web-based conflict of commitment platform that DGIT created in partnership with teams…
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Don’t Miss the Next UC IT Town Hall – Nov. 5

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Save the date for the UC IT Town Hall – Monday, Nov. 5, 10 – 11 a.m.

Who Ya Gonna Call? Mythbusters, Ghostbusters or Women in IT?

Screenshot of tweet that says: "My friends coined a word: hepeated. For when a women suggests an idea and it's ignored, but then a guy says the same thing and everybody loves it."

By Ann Kovalchick.  There is no shortage of evidence that women in technology face particular challenges and barriers. The Center for Higher Education Chief Information Officers Studies (CHECS) conducts an annual survey of Higher Education CIO Roles and Effectiveness….
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Researchers and CIOs Plan UC’s Next-Generation Cyberinfrastructure

Posted by Chuck Rowley, Associate Vice Chancellor, UCR. On March 23, UC’s Vice Chancellors of Research (VCRs) and Chief Information Officers (CIOs) sponsored a cyberinfrastructure visioning conference at UCLA. The goal was to prioritize and recommend a UC cyberinfrastructure plan…
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