Fridays, 9:15am via Zoom. Join us for open discussion with UW–Madison’s Chief Information Officer.
From Lois Brooks, CIO: The IT community at UW–Madison has much to look forward to in 2024.
CIO Lois Brooks was named one of the Higher Education IT Executives of the Year in the EdScoop 50 Awards for 2023. This award recognizes her work defining the future of technology in higher education institutions.
Voting is open now through Oct 27 in the 2023 EdScoop 50 Awards, where UW‘s Lois Brooks has been nominated for the Higher Education IT Executive of the Year award.
From Lois Brooks, CIO: UW–Madison’s IT community has made great strides in the last 5 years, improving our cybersecurity, operations and services while strengthening our partnerships and investing in our people.
In an essay for the online newspaper EvoLLLution, UW–Madison CIO Lois Brooks writes that being responsible stewards of institutional and personal data requires vigilance, flexibility and thoughtful application of authority.
Lois Brooks sat down with PBS Wisconsin’s Frederica Freyberg for a conversation about generative artificial intelligence—and how the university is managing its use among students, researchers and staff.
From Lois Brooks, CIO: Artificial intelligence is a new tool that’s poised to change the world. We should approach it with care, caution and optimism for a better future.
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.
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).