ACPA Technology Advisory Committee

Hey all,

Wanted to make a quick post to let you know that I have been selected to be on the ACPA Technology Advisory Committee (TAC). I am very excited!

I am looking forward to interacting with the my colleagues on the committee. The call for members stated specifically that they weren’t simply seeking tech experts. Which was questioned by some. I don’t work in IT – but I am excited about the how those of us in Higher Ed can use technology for our work.

I hope my involvement on TAC will build nicely on the technology initiatives I have introduced during my time on the Ontario Association of College and University Housing Officers (OACUHO) board of directors.

from Gavin W. Henning
to Chad Nuttall
date Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 10:48 AM
subject ACPA Technology Advisory Committee

Dear Chad,

Congratulations. As chair of the ACPA Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) I am excited to welcome each of you to TAC.

There were a number of committed, skilled applicants and we thought you would be an asset to the committee.

We have a lot of work ahead of us. As you know, we are tasked with developing the association’s long term Information Technology (IT) strategic plan and evaluating and recommending technology initiatives aimed at furthering the association’s strategic initiatives. In addition, TAC is tasked with evaluating large-scale IT project requests to determine their applicability to long- and short-term association goals and, when necessary, to priority rank IT initiatives. We already have project request on our docket to evaluate.

Thanks for your commitment to ACPA and I am looking forward to working with you.




Gavin W. Henning, Ph.D
Associate Director for Assessment
Office of Institutional Research
Dartmouth College

Happy Holidays!


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