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For Release:
November 28, 2012
Contact:
D. Teddy Diggs
Publisher/Editor, EDUCAUSE Review
EDUCAUSE
tdiggs@educause.edu
623.551.2285

 

Louisville, CO—D. Teddy Diggs, publisher/editor of EDUCAUSE Review, the association's award-winning magazine for the higher education IT community, has named three new department editors for one-year appointments beginning in January 2013.

E-Content

Diana J. Graves

Diane J. Graves
University Librarian and Professor
Coates Library
Trinity University

New Horizons

Vernon C. Smith

Vernon C. Smith
Chief Academic Officer and Provost
MyCollege Foundation

Viewpoints

David Lassner

David Lassner
Vice President for IT and CIO
University of Hawaii

In making the appointments, Diggs said, "These three IT leaders' enthusiasm and experience will add original ideas, voices, and opinions to the EDUCAUSE Review departments. I look forward to working with each of them to bring this new content to the EDUCAUSE community in 2013."

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