The Office of Information Technology is an administrative unit established by the college to provide computing services to the community, including the support of the academic program of St. Olaf. The Academic Computing Policy Board serves as the faculty’s instrument to provide leadership and establish priorities for academic computing activities at St. Olaf. Term of service on the board is three years; terms are listed by last year to be served.
Timothy Howe, Chair – 2014 – Department of History
Rosie Pfarr-Baker – 2015 – Department of Education
Gary Gisselman – 2015 – Department of Theater
Roberta Lembke – ex-officio – Director of Information Technology and Libraries