CSG - September 2017 (Virginia Tech)
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Brief TitleProposer(s)VolunteersExplanation/RationaleSession Type (D=Discussion, W=Workshop, E=Either)Workshop Votes
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A decade later: Changes and Innovations in Safety & SecurityScot RansbottomVT, UMich, Jim Jokl (UVa)WMN011115<-- Rank of Total Count
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Safety & Security SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) – (request 3-5 schools who could share info. VT would prefer to be participant.)
Case Studies in efforts
Scot RansbottomCarrie Shumaker (UMich), Melissa Zak (Colorado), WashingtonWill be joined by Chief of Police & head of Emergency Management @ VT. Emergency Mgmt leaders from each institution are invited.W000016
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Drone policy and practiceJohn BoardMelissa Zak, CU BoulderKeepting with the nexus of technology and security theme: What is your campus doing to support / suppress drone flights for research, education campus operations, and "gee a drone picture of the chapel would be neat". How draconian are you in approving flights in various categories. We could review the byzantine nature of current drone regulations as well.DND, Yale, Colorado, Nebraska044410
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Big Data Analytic Tools [Plus AI]Mark McCahillWilliam Deigaard, Dale Pike, Eric Boyd, Franz Hartl, Dave Vernon, Kyle Bowen (PSU)Falling compute/storage costs, growth in data sources such as IoT sensors, and open source analytic tools for machine learning (example: Google's Tensorflow) and map/reduce analysis (Apache Spark/Hadoop) are increaing demand for big data analytic tools. How can central IT best support these tools for coursework and research? How do big data storage, map-reduce clusters, cloud computing, and GPU compute nodes fit into our strategy and service mix? How do we fund and staff these services?WDuke, Columbia, ND, RIce, Chicago, NYU, Yale, Colorado,VT, Iowa, Wisconsin, UMich, Brown, PSU, Stanford, VirginiaCMU16116172
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University of the FutureBeth Ann BergsmarkSarah Christen, Jennifer Sparrow, Jim Phelps, Jenn Stringer!!!!Which disrupters will transform our campuses in ways we're not expecting? -Start-ups and gamification in ed tech - AWS replacing bookstores, mailing services, -Machine learning replacing adminisrative functions driving new organizational models, - "smart" green campusesECornell, GU, Iowa, UMich, Colorado, Wisconsin, PSU, Duke, UWash, HarvardGU, VT, Cornell, Harvard10410145
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Lifecycle Mgmt: End of product/service lifeBill WrobleskiChas Grundy, Mark Poepping, Jim Phelps, Bill AllisonThe idea of phasing out and retiring products/services comes up often in CSG meetings. We could dedicate a short workshop or discussion to successes, failures, strategy, tactics and general lessons learned. The idea would be to get beyond just "admiring the problem" and look at practical techniques to managing the end of the service/product lifecycle.EUWash, ND, CMU, Nebraska, UCB, UMich, Duke, Stanford, Harvard, MNDuke, Yale, NYU, Rice, UWash10510153
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Computer Labs of the 21st CenturyJennifer SparrowSarah Christen, Jennifer Sparrow, Jim Phelps, Scotty Logan, Dale PikeShould we continue to provide computer labs for students? How are we leveraging virtual desktops to allow students acceess to software on any device, from any location? What do collaborative workspaces look like in place of computer labs? What is the impact on our wireless networks with virtual desktops? What devices need to be available for loaners for students?EColumbia, cornell, Chicago, ND, Iowa, Rice, VT, Brown, PSU, Stanford, UMich, Virginia, Harvard, Duke, MN01515153
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Protecting Controlled Unclassified Information used in research projectsBob WindingRandy Marchany, Bruce Vincent, Richard BieverDoes everyone have a security plan for NIST 800-171 compliance in December? ND is leveraging GovCloud to simplify compliance and working with several Universities to develop unified minimum controls to support compliance.EDuke, Columbia, ND, Chicago, CMU, UWash, Nebraska, Wisconsin, UMich, Brown, Stanford, Rice, Virginia, MN01414145
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Trends in Identity Access ManagementBeth Ann BergsmarkBob Winding, Scotty Logan, Kitty Bridges, Alan CrosswellWhat is everyone doing? Commercial, commercialized open source, community open source, homegrown? Is IAM growing into MDM? EColumbia, ND, NYU, Cornell, GU, UCB, Stanford, PSU, Harvard, Rice, MNGU, CMU, Wisconsin, Stanford, NYU, Harvard, Virginia, Chicago11811191
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Data Governance in a highly federated environmentLec MajGreater impact? Path to success? Increased complexity in integrating the data governance system with the rest of the enterprise platform? Especially critical as we move towards more APIs, more third-party services, and more independence of units to invest in services that use institutional data.EColumbia, Yale, NYU, CMU, Cornell, Nebraska, Brown, Rice, Virginia, Chicago10010107
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Preparing (learning) to live in the future, highly robotic and automated worldWilliam DeigaardWe all live in a world dominated by interaction with the digital sphere. We connect with others, do research, and generate and manipulate large amounts of data about ourselves.
Most people interact with data and services passively, in the sense that they use the tools and data that are already available. Students can develop a sense of empowerment and ownership by actively participating in changing the digital landscape. By learning about security, privacy, and data; by understanding how governmental and commercial policies shape the digital landscape; by learning how people interact with applications and data (UX); by creating code to manipulate and generate data; and by creating code and services used by others. We all need to learn how to be active users and creaters of tools instead of just passive ones.
EWhatsamattaU, RobotU.TrumpU, U2222410
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Central / Departmental IT Relationships - Partner, Absorb, CollaborateConnie Deighan EatonMark Poepping (CMU), Jim Phelps, VTThe relationships that Central IT has with departmental IT teams is changing as technology, organizations and services change. Explore models for how we can organize, adapt, and succeed in delivering effective IT services through partnerships. CMU, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa
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AI's impact on higher education Dave VernonWhat is the impact of Artificial Intelegence on Higher Ed? (administrative overhead, decision making, etc) and the role of the traditional IT org in its deployment, impact on policy and university culture. e.g., services like: https://www.soroco.com/DColumbia, Cornell, Nebraska, Iowa, PSU, UWash06668
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October 5th Events at CUMelissa ZakDigital engagement, Safety, information alerting systems, infrastructure, impacts to Non-affiliates, 3rd Party Vendors, Campus recovery and Criticisms--this could be combined with SWOT (line 3)000016
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Cyber and SafetyMelissa Zak, CU BoulderHow the two intersect: Event models, and balancing student privacy, civil disobedience and expressionDGU, Colorado022214
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Safety Risk AssessmentsMelissa Zak, CU BoulderLesson and Assessment from Compliance world--can Safety practitioners learn from their best practices and apply them on a college campus? Does the Complaince Risk Assessment model allow for campus' to prioritize and address safety risks--especially as it relates to the sentencing guidelines, safety culture, accountability, tone at the top, etc.033312
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Radio Communication, Pathways, and TechnologyMelissa Zak, Glenn Rodriguez, CU BoulderVTAlignment of Radio projects to support overall campus mission, and not just public safety, Smart University--how to align cameras, external pathways, and Wi-fi to create an IT net arouond all University spaces (indoor and outdoor).DColorado, VT, Brown033312
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