Welcome from Ted Dodds,
Chief Information Officer and Vice President
IT@Cornell is at an extraordinary stage in its long and diverse history.
We have reached a point where transformative change is not only possible—we can see it happening. As a community we are reshaping Cornell’s IT environment to contribute purposefully to our core academic goals in teaching and learning, student and community engagement, and scholarship and research.
Want to know how? See Key Initiatives or the IT@Cornell blog.
The Office of the Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technologies provides leadership for the continued development of a contemporary, flexible, responsive IT environment throughout the university. The CIO/VP is responsible for developing, implementing, and supporting policies, practices, and technology investment strategies in support of the University’s academic mission. The office leads the central information technology organization (CIT) and has dual responsibility with the appropriate Deans or VPs for the Information Technology Service Groups (ITSG) across the campus community.