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- Subject: ACUTA Announces New Officers
- Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 09:16:34 -0600
Title: ACUTA Announces New Officers
ACUTA INSTALLS DR. WALT MAGNUSSEN
OF TEXAS A&M AS ITS NEW PRESIDENT FOR 2007-2008
HOLLYWOOD, Florida, July 31, 2007 – Dr. Walt Magnussen, the telecommunications director at Texas A&M University, is the new president of ACUTA, the Association for Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education.
Magnussen takes office at the close of the 36th annual ACUTA Conference here this week. At the conference, representatives of hundreds of U.S. and Canadian higher education institutions are meeting to explore and discuss communications strategies that can best fulfill their organizations’ missions.
ACUTA is the only national association dedicated to serving the needs of higher education communications technology professionals, representing some 2,000 individuals at 770 institutions.
Leading ACUTA for 2007-2008, Magnussen is joined by these other newly elected officers: Corinne Hoch of Columbia University, president-elect; Riny Ledgerwood of San Diego State University, elected to a second term as secretary/treasurer; Randal Hayes of the University of Northern Iowa, re-elected as a director at large; and Sandy Roberts of Wellesley College, newly elected as a director at large.
Other current ,members of the Board of Directors are Carmine Piscopo of Providence College, immediate past president, and Dr. James S. Cross of Longwood University, Harvey “Buck” Buchanan of Florida State University, and Diane McNamara of Union College, all directors at large.
Magnussen, a member of ACUTA since 1993, has served on a number of committees and boards for the organization, and is a frequent speaker at ACUTA events.
“As the communications networks on college and university campuses become both more critical and more complex, ACUTA must maintain its role of supporting its members in achieving their institutions’ strategic missions,” Magnussen said. “With our focus on technology and on networking and information sharing by members, we can remain a vital resource for members. That is my one of my goals as president.”
ACUTA, the Association for Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education, is an international non-profit educational association serving colleges and universities. Its core purpose is to support higher education communications technology professionals in contributing to the achievement of the strategic mission of their institutions. ACUTA represents nearly 2000 individuals at some 770 institutions of higher education, with members ranging from small schools and community colleges to the 50 largest U.S. institutions. ACUTA’s Corporate Affiliate members represent all categories of communications technology vendors serving the college/university market. For more information, visit www. acuta.org or call 859-278-3338.
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