Levine takes post as chief information officer

By Staff

Lawrence Levine, Ph.D., is set to become chief information officer of the University of Colorado at Boulder. He will begin work Nov. 1 under Senior Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer Ric Porreca.

Levine will serve on Chancellor Philip DiStefano's executive committee in addition to overseeing more than 150 employees and a $28 million budget. Previously, Levine directed the efforts of 150 employees to build a strategic plan that supported a high-performance server and desktop infrastructure at Harvard University.

Levine has extensive experience in the field of higher education, also having worked at Dartmouth College and Indiana University. He earned a bachelor of arts degree from the State University of New York, Stony Brook, as well as a master's degree in science and a doctorate degree from Indiana University.