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Theodore Bross (Princeton University)

Theodore Bross
Associate Director, Administrative Information Services

Princeton, New Jersey

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Ted Bross is the Associate Director of Administrative Information Services at Princeton University (since 1999). He is responsible for all Princeton developed administrative applications in a variety of computing environments, including Java, dotNet and PHP. He is also responsible for directing Princeton's efforts to standardize and coordinate enterprise data across the campus, including the introduction of the Princeton Information Warehouse. Prior to coming to Princeton, he worked as the Associate Director of Institutional Research at the University of Pennsylvania, and both the Director of Administrative Computing and Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Thomas Jefferson University (Pennsylvania).

Ted has served on two PeopleSoft PAG groups, first as a member of the Campus Community PAG and more recently on the Reporting PAG. During the last four years he has been a member of the Higher Education Data Warehouse Board, having served as President in 2009-2010. Ted has a bachelor's degree from Lafayette College and a Master's degree from Columbia as well as a doctorate from Rutgers University in Adult Development and Learning. He has presented at more than 30 professional conferences and has had numerous papers published in professional journals.

Ted has been in the classroom for the past 25 years, teaching courses in Research Methodology, Applied Statistics and Information Systems in addition to serving as Master's and Doctoral thesis advisor to hundreds of graduate students.

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