May 21, 2020— Northern Kentucky University’s Office of Information Technology (IT) is one of five institutions honored with the CIO 100 Award. CIO Magazine selects universities who are driving innovations in technology.
The magazine’s annual CIO 100 Award celebrates 100 premier organizations and teams who are using IT in innovative ways to deliver business value by creating competitive advantage, optimizing business processes, enabling growth and improving relationships with customers. An external panel of judges selects applicants who demonstrate their project was executed well and can show specific, measurable business merit. NKU’s team earned the national recognition for delivering value through innovation within its state-of-the-art Health Innovation Center (HIC).
“I’m proud of our Information Technology team’s abilities to transform and unlock a classroom’s true potential. We foster a culture of innovation, and this is a key indicator of NKU’s culture,” said President Ashish Vaidya. “Student success is at the forefront of our mission, and we continue to evolve into a more student-ready institution through experiential learning opportunities to high-tech learning hubs.”