Jim BradleyORG Tulane University Title Assistant Vice President BIO Jim is the Assistant Vice President for Information Technology and Academic Computing at Tulane University. He is responsible for research and instructional technology, vendor partnerships and traditional technical support across multiple Tulane campuses. He has been with Tulane since July 2010 and has worked in information technology in higher education for more than twenty-six years. Jim is married and has two daughters. He earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law and has been a member of the State Bar of Texas since 1998. Jim holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems from the University of St. Thomas where he was a member of Delta Mu Delta honor society. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in History from the University of Houston. In his career, Jim has lead units responsible for classroom technologies, desktop technologies, digital media services, executive support, instructional television, IT communications, IT support centers, network operations, public safety systems, software volume licensing, support applications, technology commons and computer labs, telephone services, training, university and IT contact centers, and web technologies. In addition, Jim has worked closely with enrollment services areas by introducing new technologies to meet their emerging business needs. He also has worked directly with his CIOs in the areas of IT governance, enrollment services, special projects and administrative work in financial, procurement, budget, human resources and reporting. Jim also has served as an adjunct professor teaching technology, database and Web topics. Earlier in his career, Jim delivered Internet-based services through the Web, LISTSERV, LDAP and other online technologies. Jim has served on numerous university committees and special assignments as well as in numerous volunteer and community service activities. He has also been an active contributor to Educause.
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Time 04/23/13 10:00AM-11:30AM