A collection of Lois Brooks’ presentations, writings, and thoughts on leadership.
Give each other the space to take time off
From Lois Brooks, CIO: Taking vacations is essential not only for our physical and mental health, but also for our productivity. I encourage you to use your paid time off and help each other have restorative, work-free vacations.
Some women who inspire me, in IT and beyond
From Lois Brooks, vice provost for information technology and chief information officer: I encourage you to explore the history of women in STEM this Women’s History Month (and all months).
New year, new semester: goals and collaboration
From Lois Brooks, vice provost for information technology and chief information officer: With the fresh start of a new semester ahead of us, it’s a good time to think about setting goals.
A clear path forward: our IT Strategic Priorities
Get to know our 5 IT Strategic Priorities—our focus over the next few years and the bedrock on which we will build a stronger and more vibrant university for many more years to come.
Reflections On 2020, With Hope For The Year Ahead
From CIO Lois Brooks: While we have all experienced loss in many different forms this year, it’s heartening to also think about the ways we have grown in our resilience in the face of adversity.
Listen, learn, act: Coming to grips with the death of George Floyd
From CIO Lois Brooks: I’m writing now to share my thoughts with you with the hope that reading them connects us together, and to offer my commitment to you.