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Kate Hazen, longtime IT leader at WVU, is returning to private sector

Kate Hazen, Assistant Vice President for Enterprise Architecture in Information Technology Services, has resigned after nearly 17 years with the University for a consulting job in the private sector. Her last day was Tuesday, March 31.

In the year since the consolidation of four information technology units at WVU, Kate has concentrated on enterprise and strategic planning. She was charged with assessing IT efforts and tools to ensure they are aligned with the University’s mission and strategic plan.

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Faculty and staff now have more time to use for IT training

Faculty and staff using to pursue training opportunities can now take advantage of that access for longer periods of time. Information Technology Services has removed the 30-day time limit on the licenses in response to user requests.

As long as there is no waiting list, registered users will continue to have uninterrupted access. When demand exceeds availability, ITS will suspend accounts of users to meet the new demand. Accounts will be suspended based on the length of period the user had access and/or infrequent usage.

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Students: Tell us about your experiences with technology

WVU students are invited to participate in a brief national survey about how they use technology. The results are important will help Information Technology Services learn how to provide better services and improve experiences.

Participation is voluntary and confidential, and completion of the survey should take only about 15 minutes. There is no penalty if you choose not to participate, and you are not required to answer every question. You may quit the survey at any time. You must be at least 18 to participate.

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