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Brian Bowe chosen as Assistant CIO for Application Information Services

Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Sean O'Malley  

Brian Bowe portraitThe Office of Information Technology has selected Brian Bowe to fill the position of Assistant CIO for Application Information Services.  

Bowe will oversee the departments of Business Applications & Information Services, Academic Information Services, and Web Services & Departmental Applications. He will be responsible for the 57 OIT staff who design, implement, operate, maintain, and enhance core, enterprise-wide student, learning and administrative ERP applications as well as custom-developed, third-party, and cloud-based departmental specialty applications used across the university.  

“Brian brings a wealth of technical and university experience to the Assistant CIO role,” said Interim CIO Duane Starkey.  

Bowe began his full-time career with Ohio University in 1994 as a Systems Analyst in the Office of Student Financial Aid while working on his undergraduate degree in the College of Business. Working full-time, he completed his Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Management Information Systems in 1999. Since 1994, Bowe's career has progressed through a number of positions in Financial Aid, Finance and Administration and the Office of Information Technology. Most recently he held the position of Director of Business Applications & Information Services where he was responsible for Enterprise Business Applications, Database Administration, Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing and Electronic Document Management Solutions.

Upon learning of his promotion, Bowe stated, “I am honored and humbled to be selected for this important position. I look forward to partnering with the University community to deliver and support technology solutions in alignment with institutional priorities."

Bowe replaces Shelley Ruff who is now serving the Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine as their Chief Financial Officer.

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