October 14, 2009
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. – Illinois Wesleyan University’s Assistant Provost and Chief Technology Officer Trey Short has been named to the Advisory Board of the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE).
NITLE is a community-based, non-profit initiative dedicated to helping undergraduate-centered colleges, universities and educational organizations use technology effectively to strengthen undergraduate education.
Short’s two-year appointment will consist of providing strategic advice for the organization. Goals for this year include deepening NITLE's engagement with specific sectors of the liberal arts community and developing strategic partnerships with other organizations as appropriate.
“Members serving on the Advisory Board will have a direct, positive impact on the advancement of liberal education,” said W. Joseph King, executive director of NITLE.
Short, who joined the staff at Illinois Wesleyan in 1989, received a Bachelor of Science degree in Technology of Industry from Illinois State University in 1986. He was appointed assistant provost and chief technology officer at Illinois Wesleyan University in March.
Contact: Rachel Hatch, (309) 556-3960