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IT Stakeholders Committee
The IT Stakeholders Committee serves to collect input and feedback from students, faculty, staff, administrators, and UMB Medicine affiliates and to provide input to and receive guidance and decisions from the Executive Cabinet.
The IT Stakeholders Committee provides a forum for the UMB CIO and school IT leaders to receive input and advice from campus representatives. It is also a mechanism for the Executive Cabinet to share IT priorities with a group that can communicate back to the campus.
|Co-Chairs||Peter Murray, Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology|
|Peter Rock, Professor and Chair, Anesthesiology, School of Medicine|
|Medicine||Sharon Bowser, Assistant Dean and Deputy Chief Information Officer|
|Jay Magaziner, Professor and Chair, Epidemiology and Public Health|
|Adam Puche, Professor, Anatomy and Neurobiology|
|Dentistry||David George, Chief of Staff|
|Law||Simon Canick, Associate Dean for Law Library and IT and Law Professor|
|Pharmacy||Peter Swaan, Associate Dean for Research|
|Social Work||Clark Shah-Nelson, Assistant Dean for Instructional Technology|
|Nursing||Louise Jenkins, Professor & Co-Director, Institute for Educators|
|Central Units||Dawn M. Rhodes, Chief Business and Finance Officer and Vice President for Administration and Finance|
|MJ Tooey, Associate Vice President, Academic Affairs and Executive Director of the Health Sciences and Human Services Library|
The goals of the multi-stakeholder committee are to:
- Identify campus technology needs
- Determine resources and services to address needs
- Provide input to the Executive Cabinet regarding IT needs of the campus
- Advise the Executive Cabinet regarding IT priorities
- Obtain input from students, faculty, administrators and staff, and UMB Medicine-affiliated partners, which allows for prioritization of IT innovation and IT initiatives
- Identify actions, initiatives, and investments in technology needed to support Strategic Plan initiatives
- Provide input to the Executive Cabinet on initiatives proposed, precedence, or priorities
- Assist in developing communication plans for the broader University community
Committee Composition and Actions
The committee is not an “IT committee” composed of a group of technology professionals. Rather, it is a committee reflecting the organization of the campus that could identify IT needs, academic innovations and opportunities, and improvements in business processes. Technology professionals will be consulted regarding solutions and aligning technology resources and services with the identified academic and business needs, opportunities, and innovations.
- Members are active, constructive participants and work to obtain input and feedback from their respective leaders and constituency groups (deans/VPs; school committees; student, faculty and staff committees; UM Medicine affiliates; “grass-roots” users).
- Members seek opportunities and consensus-driven approaches for evaluating and arriving at IT solutions and provide input to the Executive Cabinet regarding proposed initiatives or priorities.
- Members are continually assessing how well their constituency is being served.
- Deans and senior vice presidents have selected individual(s) to serve on the committee.
- The committee has proportional representation from each of the schools.
- The committee membership composition is as follows:
|School of Medicine||4|
|School of Dentistry||1|
|School of Law||1|
|School of Nursing||1|
|School of Pharmacy||1|
|School of Social Work||1|
|All Central Units||2|
|Total Members 11 Plus 2 Co-chairs|
A School of Medicine faculty leader and the UMB CIO are co-chairing the committee.
Selected members are serving at the pleasure of their respective dean or senior vice president, preferably for at least a two-year term.
- Enhanced direction-setting and decision-making of the Executive Cabinet regarding renouncing institutional IT and developing IT priorities.
- Alignment of technology resources and services with academic and business needs, opportunities, and innovations.