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Women CIOs in Higher Education

Tuesday, October 16, 2012


In the professional field of information technology, women are generally underrepresented, and this gap grows wider at the upper end of the field—CIOs and other senior IT executives. Because IT has become such an integral part of our everyday lives, the author of this research bulletin is undertaking a research project to investigate the possible reasons behind the lack of proportionality for women as IT executives.

Citation for this Work: Clark, Elizabeth. “Women CIOs in Higher Education.” (Research Bulletin). Louisville, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research, October 16, 2012, available from


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