Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Computing Resources Committee

Membership Category Department

Terms expire August 31, 2018:
Butterfras, Bruce W. School of Health Professions Emergency Health Sciences
Chang, Tien-Cheng “Arthur” School of Medicine Obstetrics & Gynecology
Nijland, Mark J. School of Medicine Vice President for Research
Soucy, Mark School of Nursing School of Nursing
Weintraub, Susan T. School of Medicine Biochemistry

Terms expire August 31, 2019:
Barker, Timothy Administrative Professional UTM Adm Information Svcs
DeHart, Marc School of Medicine Orthopedics
Gardner, Wayne School of Dentistry Comprehensive Dentistry
*Pertsemlidis, Alexander School of Medicine Greehey CCRI
Rosenberger, Luke Office of the Chief Information Officer Web Initiatives
English, Dana School of Dentistry Office of the Dean
Zan, Hong School of Medicine Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics
Clegg, Autumn School of Health Professions Occupational Therapy
Sanns, William School of Medicine Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Terms expire August 31, 2020:
Lehman, Donna School of Medicine Cardiology
Guest, Gary School of Dentistry Comprehensive Dentistry
Blader, Joseph School of Medicine Psychiatry
Bell, Stephen Facilities Planning and Operations Facilities Management
Ferguson, Diane School of Medicine Undergraduate Medical Education
Walter, Chris School of Medicine Cell Systems and Anatomy

Student (voting):

Ex Officio (non-voting)
Cartee, Brian D. Office of the Chief Information Officer Information Management & Services
Collier, Yeman Chief Information Officer Chief Information Officer
Guerra, Blanca E. Academic, Faculty and Student Affairs University Registrar
Ellard, Owen Academic, Faculty and Student Affairs Library
Schnabel, Michael Chief Information Security Officer


To serve in a consultative and advisory capacity to the President and Vice President/Chief Information Officer and to advise and assist the Director of Computing Resources in making recommendations regarding Computing Resources services, technologies, policies, and standards. To review and advise in the development of priorities in the areas that affect primarily administrative efficiency and effectiveness to ensure that the services provided by Computing Resources reflect needs and interests of the campus community.

Term of membership: Three years

Additional Information: Committee meets monthly. Subcommittee meetings may be held between meetings of the full committee. Committee members may be tenured or non-tenured faculty. Expertise in computing/informatics is preferred.

* Co-Chair - Dr. Alexander Pertsemlidis
** Vice Chair