Cole W. CampleseVice President & CIO
Strategic PrioritiesAlignment with Northeastern 2025
Build an organizational philosophical foundation in the support of the future of IT at the University as it relates to Northeastern 2025.
Delighting the Community
Be leaders in the delivery of services, transform the customer experience, and work to delight the community.
Enhance and grow a culture of operational excellence through leadership in the ongoing enhancement and deployment of enterprise solutions.
Broadly and positively impact research activities that support Northeastern’s commitment to advancing knowledge.
Teaching and Learning
Promote a world-class teaching and learning organization with technology that inspires faculty and students to achieve the educational vision set forth in Northeastern 2025.
Work to enhance the University’s information security stance to ensure a safe and secure information environment.
Invest in the growth of IT professionals throughout Northeastern to place job and career satisfaction, development, and opportunity at the center of organizational decisions and design.
Expand our commitment to campus-wide engagement through the use of the web as a communication tool, within and outside of ITS, to more fully engage ITS staff, campus partners, and the broader University community.
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