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State of Technology at UGA address set for Nov. 15

Information technology has proven to be critical to the university’s ability to continue its teaching, research and service missions during the past two years.

As a part of continued efforts to evolve and improve services, Timothy M. Chester, vice president for information technology, will give the annual State of Technology at UGA presentation on Nov. 15 at 1:30 p.m.

This year’s event will be held both in-person for the first-time post-pandemic in Memorial Hall’s Victor K. Wilson Ballroom and virtually via a Zoom webinar simultaneously.

All students, faculty, staff and campus technical personnel are welcome to attend this presentation and ask questions about technology services at the university.

During this open forum to the university community, Chester will present updates on the IT Strategic Plan, technology trends and initiatives at the university, and TechQual+ survey results of UGA students, faculty and staff.

To register for the Zoom webinar, visit State of Information Technology registration.

For more information, please contact Allyssa Robinson at or Stacy Boyles at

To learn more about the EITS Strategic Plan for 2020-2025, visit 2025 IT Strategic Plan.