Academic Computing provides departmental, group, and individual computing services and support to colleges, schools, departments, centers, faculty, staff, and students for instructional, administrative, and research needs.
Academic Computing is represented by three liaisons who work closely with the University CIO Gerry McCartney to ensure that the goals and activities of the academic computing areas are working in concert with the broad efforts of the University.
The Academic Computing Liaisons provide a conduit for communication and collaboration between the University CIO and Purdue's Academic IT Leadership group, which is comprised of the IT Directors from the Colleges and Schools across campus.
- College of Health & Human Sciences
- College of Pharmacy
- College of Science
- Krannert School of Management
Liaison for Area 1
Suzanne Judy is the Academic Computing Liaison for Area 1. Suzanne has served as the Director of IT for the College of Science since 2012. Suzanne received her MBA from Purdue.
Contact: 765-496-3992, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: Mathematical Sciences Building, room 910 (MATH)
Liaison for Area 2
Brett Chambers is the Academic Computing Liaison for Area 2. Chambers has been the Director of Information Technology for the College of Liberal Arts since 2009. Chambers graduated from Indiana University with a degree in history.
Contact: 765-496-7258, email@example.com
Office: Beering Building, room 1274E (BRNG)
Liaison for Area 3
David Carmichael is the Academic Computing Liaison for Area 3. Carmichael has been the Director of Information Technology for the College of Engineering and Director of the Engineering Computing Network since 2004. Carmichael graduated from Purdue with a degree in chemical engineering.
Contact: 765-494-3546, firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: Materials and Electrical Engineering Building, room 150E (MSEE)