Henry “Hank” Glaspie ’05MS ’14MS ’18PhD has been chosen as interim deputy chief information officer for organizing and functions in UCF’s Place of work of the CIO.
Glaspie most lately served as the cyber hazard and compliance application manager in the UCF Office environment of Analysis. He also has been the director of facts technology for the UCF College or university of Drugs and the IT supervisor for the UCF Basis.
In creating the appointment, Matt Hall, UCF vice president for Data Technology and CIO, claims Glaspie’s substantial IT history and a lot more than 25 several years of leadership experience at UCF and elsewhere produced him a solid option. Glaspie’s former roles outside UCF consist of serving with the School of Central Florida as affiliate vice president of data know-how and CIO the U.S. District Court, Center District of Florida, as director of details technologies and the University of Hawaii as director of data technologies.
Glaspie also served for 8 a long time as a U.S. Naval officer in logistics assist.
“Dr. Glaspie is significant to scheduling the foreseeable future of info technology at UCF,” Hall claims. “He’s a veteran of UCF, a Navy veteran, and possesses an remarkable character that brings individuals alongside one another in a consensus-creating and collaborative way.”
Glaspie attained a B.S. diploma in info engineering know-how from the University of Cincinnati and a B.A. in used mathematics from Hampton College. He has acquired 3 graduate degrees and a graduate certification from UCF: a Ph.D. in modeling and simulation, master’s degrees in modeling and simulation and industrial engineering, and a graduate certification in computer system forensics and digital security.
Glaspie states he appears to be like ahead to working cross-departmentally and establishing relationships throughout the university to assistance boost know-how and the consumer experience throughout campus, specially for pupils and the college and employees.
“UCF has been a shining instance throughout increased training with how we have grown the instructional and investigate missions just before and all through the pandemic,” Glaspie says. “I am hoping to perform with our talented campus group and leverage the achievements in technology to enable UCF meet up with and exceed its goals.”