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I hope to see you at the Educause Conference.  In particular, please plan to attend the CIO Constituent Group meeting, 2 PM, Tuesday, 10/18, Room 201B.  This meeting will focus on the challenges facing CIOs, including funding  strategies for today`s economic reality, keeping pace with expectations, and 
 the CIO`s evolving role.   Please let me know if there are any agenda items or special briefings you'd like covered in the meeting.

Also, I'd like to draw your attention to the sessions and events focused on items of interest to CIOs and Senior IT Leaders:
There's a lot here to make a large conference valuable to IT leaders:  Open Space Sessions, Career Planning and a Leader Lounge. 

This promises to be a terrific conference and I look forward to seeing you there.

Best wishes,

Theresa Rowe
Chief Information Officer
Oakland University
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