A hand holds a CTC program guide

2019 CTC Retreat provides valuable learning and networking

More than 200 campus technologists came together for the November 5, 2019 CTC Retreat and IT Awards to explore new technology and recognize excellence in IT at UNC-Chapel Hill. Carolina Technology Consultants’ annual conference at the Carolina Union drew an estimated 230 IT professionals from across campus for learning, networking … Continued





IT Award winners

Outstanding UNC-Chapel Hill IT professionals honored

Three teams and seven individuals received IT Awards on November 5 for their outstanding work over the past year serving UNC-Chapel Hill. The 2019 IT Awards Committee selected the honorees from among one of the largest groups of nominees in recent memory — 78 individuals and 28 teams. The team … Continued





Lea Kissner gives the keynote

SecurityCon draws more than 200 people

More than 200 people attended the Information Security Office’s day-long SecurityCon event on October 9 at the Carolina Union. This was the second annual SecurityCon, a day-long event for students, faculty and staff interested in learning more about information security. Attendance for the day was up from 2018. For SecurityCon … Continued





New advisory board aims to boost Security Liaison program

At its meeting next month, the Information Security Liaison (ISL) program’s advisory board will mark eight months since its initial kick-off meeting. After that kick-off meeting in March, advisory board members met in June to conduct the first official meeting. The ISL advisory board is scheduled to meet next in … Continued





Workshop attendees listen to professor Eric Cornish

Researchers learn about visual tools for effective communication

At a 1 1/2-day workshop organized by ITS Research Computing and Adobe, experts encouraged young researchers to magnify the reach and impact of their research by applying visual media to communicate their work. Three dozen Carolina graduate students and post-docs, who were selected from among 121 applicants, attended the free … Continued




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