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Director of Computing Services and Telecommunications Resigns

Carl Rossman sent the following e-mail to the campus community on June 10 regarding the resignation of Dave Robinson, Director of Computing Services and Telecommunications at Pitt-Greensburg.


Dear Campus Community:
It is with great regret that I must announce the resignation of our Director of Computing Services and Telecommunications, Dave Robinson effective July 24, 2015. Dave has accepted the position of Chief Information Technology Officer at Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa. In this senior leadership role, he will be responsible for the strategic leadership and supportive management of all the information technology services at Grinnell College. His team is responsible for computing and

Dave Robinson, former Director of Computing Services and Telecommunications Photo courtesy of J. Boye Web and Intranet Conference

Dave Robinson, former Director of Computing Services and Telecommunications Photo courtesy of J. Boye Web and Intranet Conference

technology functions including network services, enterprise systems, project management, and user services for all the college’s constituents, and for providing solutions for the academic, research, and administrative needs of the college. Dave’s accomplishment’s and contributions to our computing and telecommunications capabilities during his tenure as director have

been outstanding. His strategic planning for his department and his contributions to the campus strategic plan have set the campus on a course to accomplish great achievements in the near future. We will surely miss his presence but we wish him the best in his new position at Grinnell.

Sincerely,

Carl A. Rossman
Vice President for Administrative Affairs

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