Organizational changes have been made in information technology and athletics to advance the College’s strategic and academic objectives through a more integrative management approach. In addition, Bruce E. McCutcheon, director of athletics, was named to the newly created leadership position of director of athletic development, beginning in July 2012.
Information Technology Services is now a separate operating unit reporting to President Daniel H. Weiss under the direction of John L. O’Keefe ’96, who has been named associate vice president and chief information officer.
The intercollegiate athletics program now reports to Vice President James W. Dicker ’85 in the Division of Development and College Relations. As realigned, the division has four areas of responsibility — alumni affairs, development, career services, and athletics. Previously, athletics reported to James F. Krivoski, executive assistant to the president and administrative secretary to the Board of Trustees, who temporarily retained that oversight when he joined the Office of the President, after serving 11 years as the College’s senior student affairs officer.
Finally, Annette Diorio, who has served as dean of students since June 2010 and has been a major force in the Division of Campus Life since 2000, has been named senior operations manager in the Division of Finance and Operations.