Stony Brook University President Samuel L. Stanley, Jr. appointed Michael Ospitale Interim CIO, effective Sept. 5, 2015, after Cole Camplese resigned to accept a similar position at the University of Chicago.
Ospitale had been serving in the position of Senior Director of DoIT Operations under Camplese since 2014 where he was responsible for Endpoint Engineering, Client Support, Training, Vendor Management, and Shared Services. In the past year, Ospitale led strategic sourcing efforts leading to significant savings while positioning the campus with important technology partners.
Prior to that, he served as DoIT's Assistant Director of Networking where he led the transformation of the campus network core, distributed antenna system for enhanced cell service, and expansion of wireless throughout the campus.
Ospitale began his career at Stony Brook 17 years ago in the role of Assistant Director of Information Technology for Campus Residences where he built a full-service IT organization from the ground up. A graduate of Stony Brook University, he resides in South Setauket with his wife, Lisa, and daughters, Isabella and Brianna.
The DoIT Senior Leadership Team is committed to providing the University with a world-class teaching and learning with technology environment.
Senior Director of Information Systems
Assistant Provost for Teaching, Learning & Technology
Associate CIO for Health Sciences
Manager, Communications and Web Strategy
Director of Data Network Services
Director of the Faculty Center
Director of IT Policy, Decision Support Services, and Chief Information Security Officer
Director, Finance and Administration
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During the spring semester of 2014, the senior leadership team in the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) collected input from other members of DoIT to create five core values for the organization to follow as a guiding framework when making decisions and taking action.
We are committed to engagement, communication, and sharing information with a human voice.
We will actively hire great people, develop their growth, encourage a healthy work/life balance, promote a diversity of voices, and support our staff.
We will work to delight our customers in the innovative delivery of our solutions and services.
We will work collaboratively across Stony Brook University to provide a responsive environment that enriches and enhances teaching, learning, service, and research.
We will encourage innovation, even where concrete business benefit is not initially apparent.
DoIT's Six Areas of Strategic Focus
Construct a world-class teaching and learning with technology organization that has an appreciation for learning design.
Create a competitive research computing infrastructure and services that support the needs of faculty across the research community.
Provide a consistently safe, secure, and compliant information technology environment for Stony Brook.
Provide services that greatly enhance the work of our faculty, staff, and students.
Enhance a culture of operational excellence at Stony Brook.
Encourage an agile, flexible organization with forward-facing staff who are leaders in their fields.
Strengthening IT at Stony Brook University
A strategic partnership between Functional and Technical areas, Stony Brook University IT Governance is a series of business processes and mechanisms that centralizes, prioritizes and coordinates the scheduling of IT-related project and policy requests representing an operational or capital expense of $50K or more for Stony Brook University.
Creating a central channel to process these IT project and policy requests will enable smart decision-making. IT Governance will:
•Provide clarity on the direction of University IT
•Continuously improve the University’s IT performance, delivery and results
•Map our technology projects to the University’s business, strategic and organizational goals
•Contribute and share ideas on the University’s technology needs
DoIT's student advisory board provides student perspectives on the technology needs of the Stony Brook student body. This involves providing feedback on current DoIT services and policies and suggesting new services that would help students be successful learners.
Information technology goes beyond computers and printers and also includes networking, telephones, technical support, and technology workshops. Since all students, (undergraduate, graduate, commuters, residents, part-time, and full-time) utilize campus technology, it is important for DoIT to understand all of the different needs.
•Attend scheduled meetings
•Inform their consitutents of information discussed at meetings
•Voice their constituents' concerns, opinions, and questions about services and policies
•Provide assistance in testing and implementing new technologies
•Review the performance of existing services and facilities
•Provide feedback on existing policies and help create new policy when appropriate
If you are interested in participating, please contact Diana Voss at email@example.com
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The mission of DoIT Recognition is to help encourage our organization to recognize both individual employees and group achievements that show consistency, outstanding achievement and remarkable results in a simple, fair and flexible manner.
DoIT Recognition strives towards creating a fulfilling and rewarding work environment; one where all employees can work together and stay aligned with the overall mission of DoIT which is to Communicate, Grow, Satisfy, Engage and Innovate.
In order to submit a recognition story, familiarize yourself with the awards (Core Value Awards and Annual Awards). Once you have decided which award you would like to recognize a DoIT Staff member for, proceed to the DoIT Recognition Form and complete the relevant fields.
Richard W. Reeder was a trusted colleague, mentor and friend to many at Stony Brook University during his tenure that spanned more than 40 years. He was also a loving and caring husband, father and grandfather.
Rich was a visionary who championed technology, saving Stony Brook University millions of dollars and taking it to the next level. Rich passed away much too soon and in celebration of his life and legacy, the Richard W. Reeder Endowed Scholarship was created by his family and friends.
•Full and part time students, in good standing, with a GPA of 3.0 or higher
•Enrolled for the Spring Semester 2016
Application must include:
•A 250-500 word essay outlining how you exemplify performance, promise, excellence, citizenship and integrity
•A faculty member’s contact information including their email address. Please note you should contact the faculty member, prior to submitting your application to confirm they are willing to support you. The faculty member will be required to provide a letter of support on your behalf.