Mary Schoeler named Assistant vice chancellor for instruction and information technology and chief information officer
SUPERIOR – Mary Schoeler, a veteran of providing information technology for higher education, has been named Assistant Vice Chancellor for Instruction and Information Technology and Chief Information Officer by the University of Wisconsin-Superior.
Schoeler begins her new job April 1. She will be responsible for leadership and development of campus information technology.
Schoeler comes to UW-Superior from her position of Chief Technology Officer at the State University of New York-Oswego. Before that she served as Manager of User Support for Indiana University-Purdue in Fort Wayne
Schoeler has a master’s degree in Professional Communication Studies from Purdue University in Fort Wayne and a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Indiana Wesleyan University.
UW-Superior is Wisconsin‘s Leading Public Liberal Arts College, preparing students for lifelong learning and offering solid career preparation. A member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges, UW-Superior offers more than 30 undergraduate academic programs as well as graduate, continuing education and distance learning programs.