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Cleveland State University hires new chief information officer, elects new board chair

June 5, 2018

Cleveland State University hires new chief information officer, elects new board chair

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Cleveland State University has hired a new chief information officer, the university announced Monday. 

David Bruce will start at CSU July 9. He’ll lead the University’s Office of Information Services and Technology and be responsible for leading efforts to improve technology at the university, including cybersecurity. He will make $225,000. 

Bruce has spent spent 18 years at the University of Arkansas, most recently in the position of deputy CIO.

″(Bruce) has the technical expertise and management skills necessary to help CSU meet its future technology goals,” Stephanie McHenry, senior vice president for business affairs and finance said in a press release.

It’s not the only switch-up at CSU -- the university’s Board of Trustees elected a new chair last week. David Gunning replaces Bernie Moreno, whose term expired.

Gunning is a partner with the business advisory and advocacy law firm, McDonald Hopkins. He’s previously chaired the board of the YMCA of Greater Cleveland and currently serves on the board of the Neighborhood Center Association and the Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital Leadership Council. He is a 1994 graduate of CSU’s Cleveland‐Marshall College of Law. 

The board elected June Taylor vice chair. Taylor is president of MAC Installations & Consulting, LLC, a Cleveland‐based technology firm. 

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