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winter 2018
Fred miller

Miller named chief information officer

Responsible for all information technology services at the college.

Fredrick Miller has been named chief information officer and associate vice president for information services for Wofford College, effective Nov. 16, 2016. As CIO, Miller will be responsible for all information technology services to support students, faculty and staff.

Miller most recently was CIO at Furman University in Greenville, S.C., a post he has held since September 2008. Previously, Miller was associate vice president for information technology at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington, Ill., and assistant vice president for information technology at Berklee College of Music in Boston. He also has held technology positions at National Gypsum Corp. in Wakefield, Mass.; Keltron Corp. in Waltham, Mass.; and McDonald, Krieger, Bowyer and Beyanka in Beverly Hills, Calif.

“We are so pleased to welcome Fred Miller to Wofford College,” says Dr. Mike Sosulski, provost. “He comes to us with a wealth of experience and knowledge that will lead Wofford toward a shared vision of our information technology services as we seek to improve communication, collaboration and innovation to advance our teaching, learning, and scholarship. His expertise will provide our students, faculty and staff with vital knowledge and tools that will enhance our ability to learn and teach.”

Miller is a graduate of Boston College with a bachelor of arts degree in management, cum laude, and a master of business administration degree. He received his master of science in library and information science degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign, Ill.

He has presented numerous papers and published a number of articles relating to information technology. He has been a member of and served in a variety of capacities with EDUCAUSE, the association for information technology professionals in higher education.


by Laura Hendrix Corbin