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Mon 17 Feb 2014, 10:30am–12:00pm

Where: AUT Auckland - Sir Paul Reeves Building, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: Free
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AUT University is proud to present the event "Walking Fast and Far Together: Leadership Redux", a speaking engagement by IT leadership expert Carrie Regenstein, Associate Vice Provost for Computing (retired) from Carnegie Mellon University.

In this presentation, Carrie will explore characteristics of good leaders and strategies for creating and maintaining an environment that motivates us to achieve these strategic personal and institutional goals.

“This is an exciting and demanding time for higher education and for the information technologists who make their institutions mission a reality. Success requires each of us to contribute not just as professionals, but as leaders.”

Morning Tea will be available from 10.30am.

About Carrie:

Carrie Regenstein retired as the Associate Vice Provost for Computing Services at Carnegie Mellon University in 2012. During her thirty-year career in higher education information technology (previously at Cornell, the University of Rochester, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison), Carrie contributed actively beyond her own campus, developing and leading numerous initiatives. She served on the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors from 2008 to 2012, including a year as Treasurer and another as Vice Chair, and was the first Chair of the InCommon Steering Committee from 2003 to 2005.

Professional and organization development have been a particular focus of Carrie’s contribution to the profession. She has also focused on leadership issues, co-authoring the 2011 EDUCAUSE Workforce Study. A frequent speaker and popular teacher, Carrie served as a member of the EDUCAUSE Management Institute from 1996 through 2002; she served on the faculty of the Seminars on Academic Computing (SAC) New Directors Workshop, serving as lead in 2000; and currently serves on the faculty of the CAUDIT Leadership Institute. Carrie also co-edited “Leadership, Higher Education, and the Information Age: A New Era for Information Technology and Libraries,” published in 2003.

As a result of these and other activities, Carrie has served as a mentor to many successful IT leaders in higher education, including Institute faculty members in Australasia and the US. Most recently, she has also enjoyed the opportunity to engage with IT leaders in China.

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