About the Office
The Office of the CIO provides the vision and leadership in information technology necessary to advance the university’s mission and strategic plan. The mission of the CIO is to offer direction and support for the effective application and integration of information technology to improve the teaching, learning, research, and administrative environment of the university.
As chief information officer, Douglas Shook provides the vision and leadership in information technology necessary to advance the university’s mission and strategic plan on both the University Park and Health Sciences campuses. The CIO also supports the professional development needs of the university’s information technology community.
Shook oversees the operations of the university’s central information technology (IT) organization, working with USC’s senior administration, schools, and units. ITS provides essential university-wide services in the areas of information technology and operations, including the wired and wireless networks, systems security, and telephone services; Blackboard, multimedia classrooms, and USC computing labs; enterprise information systems, including email and the Kuali Financial System; high-performance computing; and IT support for the USC Shoah Foundation Institute.
The CIO is also responsible for the division’s IT governance structure.
Michelle Coley (email@example.com, 213-740-7197) is the executive assistant to the CIO.
Assistant CIO for enterprise infrastructure and services: David Galassi
Business Strategy and Applications
Assistant CIO for business strategy and applications: Lucy Avetisyan
Information Security Office
Chief information security officer: David Shaw
Faculty executive director: Randolph Hall
Director: Maureen Dougherty
Chief technology officer: Sam Gustman
Organizational Initiatives and Communications
Director: Leyla Ezdinli