BAC Meeting -- Fall 2004 Department of Computer & Information Technology New Directions in Computer & Information Technology http://Business.AState.edu/CIT Department Chair: John Seydel, Ph.D. Computing @State Means Business!
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We offer students the technological and analytical skills necessary to improve their lives and to be successful in an increasingly complex and globally-oriented world. We support this effort through original scholarly contributions to our chosen fields and by service to the University, as well as to other organizations in the Delta Region and
We seek to be nationally known as a leading source of knowledge and training for students, professionals, and other practitioners that they might serve as leaders in existing and emerging information technologies.
Note that applications development, often a mainstay of academic IT departments, is not explicitly included in this list. However, far from being absent from what we do, applications development is a competency that we feel runs across all of the above IT sectors.
One of the stated purposes of the CIT Department is to improve the utilization of resources available to ASU's research and instructional mission where information technology (IT) is concerned. A Technology Advisory Board (TAB) is essential for providing a liaison between industry and academia and for providing a means to leverage both internal and external resources. More info . . .