Message from Michele Norin, Senior VP & Chief Information Officer
At a university of Rutgers’ breadth and stature, the technology offerings are truly vast. That’s as it should be, given the key role played by technology for every aspect of the university’s mission. From Canvas to Wi-Fi to Zoom, we need technology to teach and learn, make new discoveries, advance healthcare, conduct university business, and serve our communities.
Rutgers relies on scores of IT services, some known by pretty much everyone at the university (myRutgers, RUWireless, ScarletMail), others that are newer and still garnering attention (the Virtual Computer Labs, for instance), and we are continually seeking to improve, expand, and ensure you know about them. To enhance the Rutgers network so it’s faster and more resilient. To simplify and streamline tech support for faculty, students, and staff. To ensure researchers have the computing resources to innovate. As you look at the accomplishments of the past fiscal year, I hope you will reflect on the dedication of the IT teams who are making all of this happen and seek to discover even more of the resources we have to offer the Rutgers community.
Senior Vice President
and Chief Information Officer