Information Technology Governance

Full Committee Memberships

Information Resources Coordinating Council | Technology Steering Committee

Information Resources Coordinating Council

The IRCC recommends direction for shared campus technologies and prioritizes IT projects to align with ECU strategic goals while facilitating campus-wide collaboration and communication.

The IRCC meets the fourth Wednesday of each month during the academic year in Cotanche 108 (8:00 a.m.). Visit the IRCC blog for meeting minutes.

Wendy Creasey - Committee Chair
Director, Academic Technologies
Information Technology & Computing Services

Don Sweet
Vice Chancellor and
Chief Information Officer
Information Technology & Computing Services

Phillip Allen
Director of Informatics
School of Dental Medicine

Andrew Anderson
Director, Clinical Information Technology
Brody School of Medicine

George Bailey
Chair, Philosophy
Representative, Humanities

Charles Baldwin
Instructional Technology Consultant
College of Health and Human Performance

Chal Benson
Professor, Department of Mathematics
Representative, Social Sciences

Dana Brooks
Technology Support Analyst
Representative, Research & Graduate Studies

Robert Carroll
Professor, Department of Physiology
Representative, Research & Graduate Studies

Michael Dixon
Instructional Technology Consultant
College of Fine Arts and Communication

Karl Faser
Instructional Technology Consultant
College of Nursing

Amy Frank
Technology and Computer Science
Representative, Faculty Senate

William Gee
Associate Professor, Academic Library Services
Representative, Faculty Senate

Elizabeth Hodge
Associate Professor
College of Education

Chris Hodges
Tech Support Analyst
Joyner Library

Brian Housand
Assistant Professor
College of Education

Derrick Isler
Tech Support Analyst
Graduate School

Jason Jones
Information Technology Consultant
COB - Tech Info and Operations

Beverly King
Director, Institutional Research
Institutional Planning, Assessment & Research

Diana Lys
Director of Assessment and Accreditation
College of Education

Donna McDonald
Associate Director
Multimedia & Technology Services
Information Technology and Computing Services

Elmer Poe
Associate Vice Chancellor
Representative, Provost's Office

Richard Ramirez
Instructional Technology Consultant
College of Human Ecology

Clayton Sessoms
Director, Division of Continuing Studies

Jeff Shinpaugh
Professor, Physics
Representative, Sciences

Brad Simons
Business Tech Applications Specialist
Representative, Student Affairs

Joel Sweatte
IT Director
Technology and Computer Science

Leonard Trujillo
Chair, Department of Occupational Therapy
Representative, Allied Health

Ken Wilson
Professor, Sociology
Representative, Faculty

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Technology Steering Committee

The Technology Steering Committee (TSC) sets the university's IT direction, investments, IT funding model and budget structure through input from Faculty Senate representatives, colleges, libraries and administrative units.

The TSC meets monthly during the academic year.

Don Sweet – Committee Chair
Associate Vice Chancellor
Chief Information Officer
Information Technology & Computing Services

Jan Lewis
Interim Dean of Academic Library Services
Joyner Library

Austin Bunch
Associate Provost
Office of the Provost

Ron Mitchelson
Interim Vice Chancellor
Research & Graduate Studies

Rick Niswander
Administration and Finance Representative
Vice Chancellor
Division of Administration and Finance

Lida Cope
Faculty Senate Representative
Department of English
Distance Education and Learning Tech Committee

Stacie H. Tronto
Audit Representative
Executive Director
Office of Internal Audit and Management Advisory Services

Gary Vanderpool
Health Sciences Representative
Executive Associate Vice Chancellor
Health Sciences Administration and Finance

David White
Deans Representative
Dean, College of Technology and Computer Science

Mary Susan Williams
Business Officer
Health Sciences Personnel Administration

Paul H. Zigas
Legal Representative
Associate University Attorney
Health Sciences Administration

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