Chief Information Officer and AVC for Information Technology Adam Paulick accepts job at UW-Madison

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Adam Paulick

Adam Paulick, chief information officer and associate vice chancellor for Information Technology, has been named director of Enterprise Business Systems within the Division of Information Technology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison).

Paulick joined the University of Alaska Anchorage community in 2013 as director of IT Infrastructure, and began serving in his current role in 2016. During his tenure at UAA, he's overseen IT operations, security, governance, strategy, and contracts and partnerships for UAA and its five community campuses. He's served as co-chair of the University Technology Council and the Diversity Action Council Space subcommittee, and is a member of the university's Incident Management Team.

In his new position, Paulick will lead the Enterprise Business Systems department as it serves the needs of both UW-Madison and the UW System in the Administrative Transformation Program Initiative, and the development of policy, direction, strategic plans, and other short- and long-term initiatives. Read more about his new role in an announcement by UW-Madison.

Paulick's last day at UAA is Oct. 25. An interim chief information officer and AVC for Information Technology will be selected and announced soon.

Please join us in thanking Adam for his years of service to UAA, and in congratulating him on this exciting new endeavor.

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