Stephen G. Landry, Ph.D.
                          Chief Information Officer
                            Seton Hall Univer...
1990 – 94        Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science (Seton Hall
                   University). Taugh...
April 2005   -   Began a Mac Pilot Project, issuing Mac Powerbooks to upper class majors in
                 graphis arts ...
Oct. 1999    -   Seton Hall University awarded 1999 EDUCAUSE Award for Campus
                 Networking Excellence

May ...
June 1995     -   Appointed Faculty Fellow for Information Technology in the Provost’s
                    Office. Co-chai...
Relevant Conference Presentations:

  (with Jack Cramer, Sungard Higher Education, and Carolyn Eakin, Old Dominion Univers...
Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University: A Case Study of Seton Hall’s Teaching,
Learning, and Technology Initiatives...
(with D. Garbini and S. McCredie) Seton Hall’s Strategic Alliance with IBM, EDUCOM 97,
Minneapolis, MN, October 1997.

(wi...
Service:

  Currently serving as member of the Network Advisory Board for NJEdge.net, a consortium of
  colleges and unive...
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  1. 1. Stephen G. Landry, Ph.D. Chief Information Officer Seton Hall University Home Address: Work Address: 126 Meadowbrook Drive Seton Hall University North Plainfield, NJ 07062 South Orange, NJ 0079 Tel.: 908-754-2921 Tel.: 973-761-7386 Email: landrysg@yahoo.com Cell: 201-715-5892 Fax: 973-761-9600 Email: landryst@shu.edu Professional Goal: A position of leadership in higher education supporting technology innovation to enable learning, research, and institutional transformation. Employment History: 1997 – Present Chief Information Officer (Seton Hall University). Responsible for all aspects of computing and information technology, including: instructional computing, administrative computing, networking and telecommunications. Manages approximately 100 full-time staff and an annual budget of approximately $18 million. Reports to the Vice President for Finance and Technology. 1996 – 97 Acting Chief Information Officer (Seton Hall University). Jointly reported to the Provost and Vice President for Finance. 1995 – 96 Director for the Center for Academic Technology (Seton Hall University). Designed and implemented programs and services supporting faculty in the integration of information technology into the curriculum. Reported to the Provost. 1994 – 95 Faculty Fellow for Computing and Information Technology (Seton Hall University). Advised the Provost regarding IT strategy. Co-chaired the cross-functional planning team that developed the University’s strategic plan for information technology. Worked closely with the Associate Vice President for Business Affairs to integrate that plan into the University’s budget. Reported to the Provost. 1
  2. 2. 1990 – 94 Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science (Seton Hall University). Taught a variety of courses in mathematics and computer science. Served as Computer Science Coordinator for the Math/CS Department. Co-chaired the department’s program review, resulting in a redesigned Computer Science major. Served as Project Director for the National Science Foundation grant establishing the MathSci network. Chaired the University’s Academic Computing Advisory Committee. Served as system administrator for the department’s Unix workstations. 1989 – 90 Assistant Professor of Mathematics (Wilkes University). Education: 1989 Ph. D. in Mathematics (Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT). Wrote Ph. D. thesis Generalized Marginal Problems in measure theory under advisor Rae M. Shortt. 1984 B. S. in Mathematics with minor in Computer Science (University of New Haven, West Haven, CT). Wrote honors thesis in measure theory. Significant Career Accomplishments Include: Jan. 2008 - Completed implementation of the Banner Finance, Financial Aid, HR/Payroll and Student modules on time and within budget. Continuing implementation of additional Banner and Oracle system, including data warehousing, document imaging, portal, workflow, and identity management. Aug. 2007 - Launched a Research Computing Pilot Project, establishing a grid computing system to support research computing activities at the University. Five faculty from Chemistry, Math/CS, and Business are in the first cohort using the research computing environment. April 2006 - Appointed University Project Manager for the Banner Project, implementing Sungard Higher Education’s Banner administrative system. Jan. 2006 - Implemented new internal grant program, the Summer Undergraduate Research Fund (SURF), providing summer support for up to ten students and their faculty mentors each year to pursue technology-enabled research projects. 2
  3. 3. April 2005 - Began a Mac Pilot Project, issuing Mac Powerbooks to upper class majors in graphis arts and music programs to determine if the use of Mac laptops (in place of Windows-based laptops) would improve teaching and learning in those programs. Sept. 2004 - Appointed co-chair of the University’s Administrative System Selection Task Force charged with recommending a replacement for the University’s Plus administrative system. Aug. 2004 - Completed major upgrade of the University’s data center, including new generator and UPS. July 2004 - Began issuing laptop computers to all adjunct faculty, teaching assistants, graduate assistants, and research assistants. July 2003 - Began a Tablet PC Pilot Project. Tablet PC’s are now an option for faculty and required for students in the natural and mathematical sciences. May 2003 - Implemented two new internal grant programs, the Faculty Innovation Grant (FIG) program providing summer support to individual faculty to integrate technology into one of their courses and the Technology Research Innovation Opportunity (TRIO) program providing technology support for faculty research programs. June 2002 - Undertook a realignment of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center’s Curriculum Development Initiative, implementing a focus on Large Enrollment Course Redesign modeled after the PEW Large Course Redesign Project. Aug. 2001 - Seton Hall University ranked as the 13th “Most Wired” University (and the #1 “Most Wired” Catholic University) in the Sept. 2001 Yahoo! Internet Life survey of the nations 100 Most Wired Colleges and Universities. Aug. 2001 - Implemented wireless network access in all public and academic spaces. Oct. 2000 - Seton Hall University awarded Honorable Mention for the 2000 EDUCAUSE Award for Systemic Teaching and Learning with Technology May 2000 - Seton Hall University ranked as one of the 50 “Most Wired” Universities in the May 2000 Yahoo! Internet Life survey of the nations 100 Most Wired Colleges and Universities. 3
  4. 4. Oct. 1999 - Seton Hall University awarded 1999 EDUCAUSE Award for Campus Networking Excellence May 1999 - Seton Hall University ranked as one of the 100 “Most Wired” college campuses in May 1999 Yahoo! Internet Life survey of the nation’s 100 Most Wired Colleges. Aug. 1998 - Seton Hall University’s Mobile Computing Program became mandatory for all incoming freshmen. May 1998 - Initiated SHU Major Computer System Upgrade, replacing the campus administrative mainframe and Novell servers; migrated over 10,000 e-mail accounts from Novell GroupWise to Lotus Notes. Sep. 1997 - Initiated Mobile Computing Pilot Project, distributing laptop computers to all first-year students in the Business, Biology, and Honors programs. Began Mobile Computing Assessment Project aimed at assessing the impact of technology on teaching and learning. April 1997 - Began a major reorganization of University IT Services, establishing a User Services and Support Center (including a professionally staffed Help Desk) and a Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center (combining the Center for Academic Technology, Media Services, and the Teaching Center). March 1997 - Submitted a revision of the IT Long-Range Plan, including the first IT Long- Range Budget, a five-year budget for Information Technology; the plan and budget were approved by University’s Board of Regents. Feb. 1997 - Negotiated a strategic alliance between Seton Hall University and IBM Corporation. Jan. 1997 - Appointed Seton Hall University’s first Chief Information Officer. July 1996 - With B. Scholz, Provost, established a Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable, serving as the campus advisory committee for Information Technology. April 1996 - Appointed acting Chief Information Officer. Sept. 1995 - Established the Center for Academic Technology. Appointed director of the center. Developed programs and services designed to infuse information technology into teaching and learning, such as the University’s Curriculum Development Initiative, providing multiyear support to departments willing to undertake technology-enabled curricular redesign. 4
  5. 5. June 1995 - Appointed Faculty Fellow for Information Technology in the Provost’s Office. Co-chaired the Computing and Information Technology Planning and Policy Committee that developed Seton Hall’s Information Technology Long-Range Plan. April 1992 - Served as co-author and Project Director for the successful National Science Foundation grant that established the MathSci network connecting the Chemistry, Math/CS, and Physics departments. Relevant Publications: (with Heather Stewart, Ph.D.) Mobile Computing at Seton Hall University: A Case Study in Using Technology to Increase Learning Effectiveness, chapter appearing in On Becoming a Productive University: Strategies for Reducing Cost and Increasing Quality in Higher Education, J. Groccia and J. Miller, ed., Anker Press, 2004 Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University, chapter appearing in More Community Through Computers: 20 Ubiquitous Computing Programs, D. Brown, ed., Anker Press, 2002 The Costs of Ubiquitous Computing: A Case Study in Implementing Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University, chapter appearing in Dollars, Distance, and Online Education : the New Economics of College Teaching and Learning, Finkelstein, Frances, and Jewitt, ed., ACE / Onyx Press, 2000 Seton Hall University’s Strategic Technology Plan: A Journey Begins, Proceedings of the Second Annual Ubiquitous Computing Conference, International Center for Computer Enhanced Learning, Wake Forest University, 1999 Technology Support at Seton Hall University: Supporting Ubiquitous Computing Without Ubiquitous Burnout, Proceedings of the First Annual Ubiquitous Computing Conference, International Center for Computer Enhanced Learning, Wake Forest University, 1998 The Role of Strategic Alliances in Campus Technology Initiatives, Proceedings of CAUSE 97, CAUSE, Boulder, CO, 1998 Using DERIVE to Teach Inductive and Recursive Problem Solving in a Discrete Mathematics Class, Proceedings of the Seventh Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Addison Wesley Publishing Co., 1995 5
  6. 6. Relevant Conference Presentations: (with Jack Cramer, Sungard Higher Education, and Carolyn Eakin, Old Dominion University) Banner Enrollment Management: It’s All About Connecting, Educause 2007, Seattle, WA, October 2007 Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University, TLT Group Webcast on Ubiquitous Computing, April 18, 2006 (with Vivienne B. Carr, Faculty, Seton Hall University, Diane Cordero de Noriega, President, California State University, Monterey Bay, Betty McEady, Interim Director, Center for Teaching, Learning and Assessment, California State University, Monterey Bay, and Ralph Wolfe, Executive Director, Western Association of Schools and Colleges) Institutional Assessment – Improving Learning and Institutional Effectiveness, Blackboard World 2006, San Diego, CA, February 2006 (with Paul Fisher and Tracy Gottlieb) Using Technology to Improve Engagement of First Year Students, 2005 NJEDge Annual Conference, Princeton, NJ, November 2005. (with Danielle Mirliss) The Cyclical Nature of Strategic Planning and assessment, NERCOMP 2005, Worcester, MA, March 2005 (with Eric Fountain and Danielle Mirliss) Using External Data Sources to Increase Confidence in Assessment Conclusions, Educause 2005 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD, January 2005 Critical Success Factors for Ubiquitous Computing, New York State CIO Conference, Pace University, New York, NY, August 2004 Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University: An Enterprise Approach to Leading Change, Sungard Executive Summit, Philadelphia, PA, March 2004 (with Vivienne Baldini Carr and Heather Stewart) Mobile Computing and Technology Assessment: A Case Study with Results, Educause 2003, Anaheim, CA, November 2003 Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University: A Case Study of Seton Hall’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology Initiatives, NJEdge.net Annual Meeting, Princeton, NJ, October 2003 (with Vivienne Baldini Carr and Heather Stewart) Mobile Computing and Technology Assessment: A Case Study with Results, AAHE National Meeting, Washington, DC, March 2003 (with Heather Stewart) Mobile Computing and Technology Assessment: A Case Study with Results, Educause Mid Atlantic Regional Conference (MARC), Baltimore, MD, January 2003 6
  7. 7. Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University: A Case Study of Seton Hall’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology Initiatives, Eduprise Executive Summit, Orlando, FL, June 2002 (with David Brown, Wake Forest University) Implementing Ubiquitous Computing: Lessons Learned, Mid Atlantic Regional EDUCAUSE Conference, Baltimore, MD, December 2001 (with John Obelin, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Richard Squires, West Virginia Wesleyan University) Implementing Ubiquitous Computing: Three Case Studies, preconference workshop, EDUCAUSE 2001, Indianapolis, IN, October 2001 Now That We’ve Wired Everything, You Want To Connect From Where? Implementing a Wireless Campus Network at Seton Hall University, IBM Higher Education Forum, Palisades, NY, July 2001 Implementing Ubiquitous Computing: A Case Study of Seton Hall University, preconference workshop, EDUCAUSE 2000, Nashville, TN, October 2000 Implementing Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University, IBM Higher Education Forum, Palisades, NY, July 2000 Seton Hall University’s Mobile Computing Program: Lessons Learned, Third Annual Ubiquitous Computing Conference, Seton Hall University, January 2000 (with B. Walter, J. Bauchkey, and J. Divito) Supporting Ubiquitous Computing at Seton Hall University, EDUCAUSE 99, Long Beach, CA, October 1999 Seton Hall University’s Strategic Technology Plan: A Journey Begins, Second Annual Ubiquitous Computing Conference, International Center for Computer Enhanced Learning, Wake Forest University, January 1999. (with B. Walter) The Role of the Campus Network in Supporting Institutional Transformation, EDUCOM ’98, Orlando, FL, October 1998 Campus Mobile Computing: Project Planning is the Key, EACUBO Conference on Technology, Farleigh Dickenson University, Madison, NJ, May 1998. (with P. Long) Technology Support at Seton Hall University: Supporting Ubiquitous Computing Without Ubiquitous Burnout, Second Annual Ubiquitous Computing Conference, International Center for Computer Enhanced Learning, Wake Forest University, January 1998. (with D. Garbini) The Role of Strategic Alliances in Campus Technology Initiatives, CAUSE 97, Orlando, FL, December 1997. 7
  8. 8. (with D. Garbini and S. McCredie) Seton Hall’s Strategic Alliance with IBM, EDUCOM 97, Minneapolis, MN, October 1997. (with D. Garbini and J. Koenig) Strategic Planning for Information Technology: Success Stories, EDUCOM 96, Philadelphia, PA, October 1996. (with D. Garbini) Seton Hall University’s Strategic Plan for Information Technology, EACUBO Conference on Technology, New York, NY, November 1996. (with S. Berrien) Seton Hall University’s Curriculum Development Initiative, AAHE Summer Institute, Scottsdale, AZ, July, 1996. (with S. Berrien, N. Mustachio, and H. Wilt) Grafting a Technology Center onto a Teaching and Learning Center, AAHE Summer Institute, Scottsdale, AZ, July, 1996. Strategic Directions for Information Technology in Teaching and Learning, Regional Conference for Teachers of English as a Second Language, Essex County Community College, April 1996. Using DERIVE as a Programming Language in and Introductory Discrete Mathematics or Computer Science Course, Joint Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and Mathematical Association of America, San Francisco, CA, January, 1995. Using DERIVE to Teach Inductive and Recursive Problem Solving in a Discrete Mathematics Class, Seventh Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Orlando, FL, November 1994. 8
  9. 9. Service: Currently serving as member of the Network Advisory Board for NJEdge.net, a consortium of colleges and universities in New Jersey that maintain a statewide high-performance higher education network. (2001 – Present) Served as member of the Educause Network Award Committee (2001-04) Served as one of the external reviewers for the IT planning process at the University of Wisconsin – Stout (2005) Served as one of the external reviewers for the IT planning process at the Ontario Institute of Technology (Canada) (2004) Personal Information: Born May 20, 1956 in New Haven, Connecticut (USA) Married, two children (ages 14 and 17). Hobbies include walking, hiking, and amateur astronomy. References and salary history are available upon request 9

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