Dr. Jan I. Fox
Vice President for Information
305 Drinko Library
Huntington, WV 25755-2066
DR. JAN I. FOX
Dr. Jan I. Fox
is currently the Senior Vice President for
Information Technology/CIO for
Dr. Jan I Fox is the Senior Vice President for Information Technology/CIO at Marshall University. †Her responsibilities include the planning
and integration of Information Technology in
all aspects of education, administration and research at Marshall
University. She ensures the delivery of appropriate, effective, efficient,
sustainable and secure IT services to the MU community by leading the
strategic planning and development of Information Technology (IT) at MU.† Major reporting areas include all central
IT operations including university libraries, online education support, information
security, customer service, IT infrastructure and administration of all
enterprise computing systems.
Her research interests include epidemiology, rural broadband
deployment, health information systems and analytics. Over the last ten years, she and her division have
received more than $6 million in federal and state grants. She
serves or has served on several national and local boards including the Higher
Education Leadership Board of CIOs, West Virginia Broadband Deployment Council,
WV Telehealth Alliance, West Virginia Network for Telecomputing, WV Information
Technology Council of CIOs and Mission West Virginia.
includes progressive vice president appointments, served as
chair of the department of Academic Computing at the Marshall University School of Medicine,
biomedical research specialist
for the Huntington Veterans Administration,
and environmental modeling technician for the US
of Engineers. She
was on executive loan and served as Special Assistant to Governor Wise during 2001.
She assisted the Governor with statewide
technology issues that have contributed
to the state's economic development, job
planning, e-government, eHealth
and statewide infrastructure development. She has been awarded the WV
Governorís Excellence in Technology under three different governors.
Fox has a doctorate in Higher Education Administration
and is a tenured faculty member in the
MU School of Medicine.