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After a national search, UCF has selected Matthew Hall as its new vice president for information technology and chief information officer. He is expected to start his new role on February 5, 2021.

The vice president for information technology and CIO provides executive leadership and strategic vision for the institution’s information technology infrastructure, assets, and services. This executive works collaboratively with the university community, including faculty and staff members and university leaders to leverage technological innovations to support research and instruction while also improving administrative systems and business processes.

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Search Committee

Co-Chairs

Jeff Moore
Dean, UCF College of Arts and Humanities
Paige Borden
Associate Provost and Chief Analytics Officer

Committee Members

Rhonda Bishop
Vice President for Compliance, Ethics and Risk
Tom Cavanaugh
Vice Provost for Digital Learning, Academic Affairs
Michael Duong
Associate Vice President, Health and Information Technology, AHSC
Michael Georgiopoulos
Dean, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Elizabeth Klonoff
Vice President for Research and Dean, College of Graduate Studies
Kathy Mitchell
Associate Vice President, Financial Affairs
DeLaine Priest
Associate Vice Provost, Student Success and Advising, Academic Affairs
Oscar Rodriguez
Executive in Residence, College of Engineering (Alumni & Foundation)
Chris Vakhordjian
Chief Information Security Officer, UCFIT
Mel Stanfill
Assistant Professor, Text & Tech, Faculty Senate Representative
Eduardo Mucciolo
Chair of Physics Department, Faculty Senate Representative
Christine Rivera
Administrative Assistant I, RO, USPS Staff Council Representative
Stephanie Blanco
SGA Vice President, Student Government Representative
Henry Glaspie
Office of Research
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UCF is a metropolitan research university located in Orlando, the heart of Central Florida’s world-class hospitality, technology and creative industries. Our reach extends far beyond our four campus locations, from regional campuses that serve 11 Florida counties to our fully online programs.

The diverse faculty and staff at UCF create a welcoming environment and opportunities for our more than 69,000 students to learn, grow and succeed. And through strong partnerships around Central Florida, we’re able to make a difference in our community through collaborating on innovative research and providing top talent that fuels our future.

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Ranked No.1 on Forbes’ hottest metro job markets — and the coolest in 2019, Orlando was also the fastest-growing of the 30 largest regions in the U.S. in 2018. UCF’s newest campus that opened in August 2019 is located downtown and generates opportunity for partnerships and learning engagement in the creative, cultural and economic hub of Orlando.

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