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Rob Tudor – Nashville State Community College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When asked about his successes at Nashville State Community College, Rob Tudor points to the young and middle-aged adults who’ve started or restarted their careers.   There’s the former hairdresser whose income had maxed while her family responsibilities grew. She’d been working at least six days a week and owned her own salon, but capable as […]

Ramon Padilla, Jr. – University of Tennessee System

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When leaders at the University of Tennessee System decided the organization needed a digital transformation, they knew they needed to hire someone with more than just strong IT skills. They needed someone who could help manage large-scale change. Checking both these boxes was Ramon Padilla, Jr., who was hired as chief information officer in November […]

Roy Hart – British Columbia Institute of Technology

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Some people don’t interact with IT until they have a technology problem. Roy Hart knows his department has more to offer, though, and he’s spent the past few years changing the perception of what it does. As the CIO at British Columbia Institute of Technology, he’s fostered relationships across campus to show the value of […]

Rashmi Radhakrishnan – Arcadia University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced students to leave campus, Arcadia University didn’t want to simply make classes remote. University leaders and faculty wanted the courses tailored to the medium. With the help of administrators, professors and her IT team, vice president and CIO Rashmi Radhakrishnan helped redesign over 600 courses  so the content would translate […]

Rob Bruno – Achieve3000

Est. reading time: 3 mins

Rob Bruno is no stranger to ensuring technology can be a valuable teaching tool for students. In fact, he says fostering equity in education is one of the greatest rewards of his IT career. As chief technology officer for Achieve3000, Bruno was already bringing about changes in how the online educational content provider operates. He […]

Rob Lowden – Indiana University

Est. reading time: 4 mins

When Rob Lowden started working at Indiana University in 1998, his work was very relevant to today’s world.  He started over two decades ago by advancing and developing online learning systems and course management, which made the transition to remote learning smoother when the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year. Lowden’s experience has informed the current […]

Rick Weinberg – Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District

Est. reading time: 5 mins

Nestled in western New York, about an hour from the Pennsylvania border and the shores of Lake Erie, the Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School District is rural and economically challenged. “But I want CLV to be known as a school district that is overcoming tremendous struggles,” says Rick Weinberg. “We have been able to provide some […]

Rob Dickson – Wichita Public Schools

Est. reading time: 4 mins

In one classroom, students have traded pens and notebooks for the latest tablets and laptops, opening a new world of learning—one where online content is easily updated and lessons can be learned at home. Just across town, students share devices that are outdated and sparse. When the final bell rings, the devices remain in school, […]

Ron Horn – Guilford Technical Community College

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Ron Horn has gone back to school, though it’s not a new or unusual event for someone whose resume shows a lifetime of continuing education. Only this time, Horn is leading as well as learning as the chief information officer at Guilford Technical Community College in north-central North Carolina. Intent on transforming learning at the […]

Ryan Wooley – Hawken School

Est. reading time: 4 mins

Let’s say a class is studying a sophisticated set of math equations, or interpreting a piece of art. At the start of the lesson, each student pulls out a tablet computer, which is touchscreen and stylus-based, allowing students to write on their screens and zoom in or out with multi-touch. Everything on the tablet is […]


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