Monthly Archives: April 2011

March 2011 update from the CIO

Here’s our March update. It was a really busy month!  New Hires Three hiring events in March!  Veronica Hart joined us to fill the role of Database, Reporting and Workflow Developer.  Veronica is part of the Data Services and Software Engineering unit within CIS, which is led by Director Susan Selhorst.  Read more about Veronica at http://www5.hmc.edu/ITNews/?p=1036. […]

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Call for Proposals for Faculty Teaching with Technology Innovation Grant Program

## Short version: CIS in conjunction with the Dean of Faculty’s Office will be running the second term of a pilot program, Teaching with Technology Innovation Grants, this summer. The grant program’s goal is to support faculty in the incorporation of technology in their teaching. Faculty whose projects are selected for a grant will receive […]

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Admitted students post on Schools App

As of last week, the students that have been admitted for 2015 are up and active on the Harvey Mudd on Facebook App, at http://apps.facebook.com/harveymudd (note: only HMC community can see or add this app to their Facebook profile).  Lively discussions are taking place between admitted students and current students.  The faculty and staff are […]

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File Associations, Why Should I Care?

Last post we discussed the differences between Adobe’s Reader and Acrobat. Many times when you’re wanting to just view a PDF file and you double-click on its icon… it opens up inside Acrobat (the conversion program) when you’re expecting (or wanting) it to open up inside Reader (the viewing program). This has to do with […]

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