Chip B. Goldstein, the Associate Provost for Assessment and Compliance,
provides leadership and strategic direction for technology solutions in support of teaching and learning effectiveness, administrative efficiency, and innovation. He analyzes the existing portfolio of technology infrastructure, software, and services, and defines a roadmap as the University’s needs and opportunities change. He also serves as the liaison with USWired, the vendor that provides technology support and services; and serves as the chair of the Technology Advisory Group (TAG). From 2019 through 2021, Chip has served as co-project manager for the implementation of a new student system (Colleague), and will continue to lead the system transformation in the coming years. Chip also serves as the CIIS Academic Liaison Officer (ALO) for the regional accreditor, Western Association of Colleges and Universities, Senior Colleges and Universities Commission (WSCUC); and has oversight of the Rockefeller Library, the Center for Writing and Scholarship (CWS), and the Office of Online Learning.