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On July 31, the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors election got under way. Voting closes tomorrow, August 30. I'm sending this to the CIO list to reach voting reps who haven't yet voted; my apologies for the extra mail if you're not  one of those.

It's important that EDUCAUSE be governed and managed to the benefit of its members, and if you're the voting representative for your campus and have not yet voted, I encourage you to submit your ballot.


Clicking on any of the 2012 Board candidates below will take you to the election website, where you will find each candidate's platform statement, biography, and answers to questions from the Nominations Committee.

  • Colin K. Currie, Executive Director, Administrative Information Services, Office of Information Technology, Princeton University
  • Joy A. Hatch, Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Services, Virginia Community College System
  • Kay Rhodes, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer, Texas Tech University System
  • Justin D. Sipher, Vice President for Libraries and Information Technology, St. Lawrence University


It's very important that the voices of members be heard through their votes! If your institution hasn't yet voted, please make sure its ballot is submitted by 11:59 Eastern time on Thursday, August 30.


Greg Jackson Vice President


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