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2014 Innovators Awards

In Depth: 2014 Campus Technology Innovators Awards

In our 10th-annual Campus Technology Innovators awards, we recognize 11 institutions where technology innovation is making a difference in teaching, learning, administration and operations.

2014 Campus Technology Innovators Awards

Higher One

Higher One is the official sponsor of the 2014 CT Innovators Awards.

Innovation can be difficult to define, but it is even harder to measure. A project that is groundbreaking at one institution might be par for the course at another, larger school with expansive resources. Yet each year, the Campus Technology Innovators awards seek out the brightest examples of technology innovation in higher education. We consider each nominated project's scale, uniqueness and impact; what technologies were used and how; and what lessons might be learned by other institutions. We also enlist the assistance of our Innovators Judging Committee, which helps rank submissions in committee members' areas of expertise.

This year, we honor 11 awardees in six categories: Teaching and Learning; Student Systems and Services; Administrative Systems; Leadership, Governance and Policy; IT Infrastructure and Systems; and Education Futurists. Worthy of recognition, too, are the vendors and products that helped these projects succeed.

Through the month of July, we will profile each award-winning institution, including snapshots and videos to help tell their stories. Read on and be inspired!

  • Marist College
  • PAR Framework
  • Kennesaw State University (Coming soon!)
  • City Colleges of Chicago (Coming soon!)
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Coming soon!)
  • University of Washington (Coming soon!)
  • NYU Stern School of Business (Coming soon!)
  • University of Denver (Coming soon!)
  • University of Oklahoma (Coming soon!)
  • Penn State University (Coming soon!)
  • NYU Silver School of Social Work (Coming soon!)

Meet the Judges

CT Innovators entries were reviewed by our Innovators Judging Committee, a group of higher ed tech leaders, many of whom are former Innovators themselves. Judges did not review entries from their own institutions. Final winners were chosen by our team of editors.

Jill Albin-Hill
Dominican University (IL)

Keith Bailey
Director, Office of Online Learning
University of Georgia

Kyle Bowen
Director of Education Technology
The Pennsylvania State University

Robert Bramucci
Vice Chancellor, Technology and Learning Services
South Orange County Community College District (CA)

Edward Chapel
VP for IT
Montclair State University (NJ)

Helen Chu
Director, Academic Technology
University of Oregon Libraries

Ronald Danielson
Vice Provost for Information Services and CIO
Santa Clara University (CA)

Mark Frydenberg
Senior Lecturer of Computer and Information Systems
and Director of the CIS Sandbox
Bentley University (MA)

Joy Hatch
Vice Chancellor, Information Technology Services
Virginia Community College System

John Ittelson
Professor Emeritus
CSU Monterey Bay
Senior Fellow and Acting Associate Executive Director,
Online Education Initiative
California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office

Ruki Jayaraman
Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs
Argosy University System

Sally Johnstone
Vice President for Academic Advancement
Western Governors University

Kamran Khan
Vice Provost for Information Technology
Rice University (TX)

Reba-Anna Lee
Assistant Director, Academic Technology and eLearning
Marist College (NY)

James Maraviglia
Associate Vice Provost for Marketing and Enrollment Development
Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo

Anna McFadden
Director, Academic Engagement and IT Governance
and Professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations
Western Carolina University (NC)

Robbie Melton
Associate Vice Chancellor of Mobilization Emerging Technology
Tennessee Board of Regents

Darryn Ostrander
Director of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning
Darton State College, University System of Georgia

Chetan Sankar
Professor of Management
and Director, Geospatial Research and Applications Center
Auburn University (AL)

Jennifer Spielvogel
VP, Institutional Planning and Effectiveness
Cuyahoga Community College (OH)

Anu Vedantham
Director, Weigle Information Commons
University of Pennsylvania Libraries

About the Author

Rhea Kelly is editor in chief for Campus Technology, THE Journal, and Spaces4Learning. She can be reached at [email protected].

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