Smith, who joined Boston College in December, will assist the executive team's oversight of Project Delta, which aims to promote efficiency and productivity while reducing cost across the University.
"Innovative, creative use of technology is one of the keys to Project Delta," Kreinbring said. "It is only natural for Marty, who manages the division concerned with all information technology on campus, to help provide the leadership for Delta. Marty's background and experience in higher education, his familiarity with the kinds of systems and processes we want to implement through Delta, also make him an important addition to the executive team. He will provide us with the close working relationship with Information Technology that is critical for our success."
"I am enthusiastic about joining the Delta executive team," said Smith, who was a senior administrator for the University of Massachusetts Information Systems for 15 years prior to his arrival. "Boston College's commitment to technology, in both the academic and administrative areas, was one of the things which interested me in coming here. Delta represents a new chapter in that history and I hope to do whatever I can to help it be successful."
Other members of the Delta Executive Team are Executive Vice President Frank B. Campanella, Financial Vice President and Treasurer Peter C. McKenzie, Vice President for Human Resources Leo V. Sullivan, Associate Vice President for Information Technology Bernard Gleason and Carroll School of Management Dean John Neuhauser.
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