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News Briefs
ITCS introduces resource Web page

Information Technology Central Services (ITCS) has rolled out a new resource page, Information Technology Policies at the University of Michigan, at www.itcs.umich.edu/itpolicies/. The new page offers a user-friendly list of IT-related policies organized by major content areas that apply to the University community and guests. When users sign on to a University network or service, for example, at the U-M weblogin for Wolverine Access, a link to the page alerts them to the policies. The new page represents a collaborative effort of ITCS, Information Technology Security Services, Michigan Administrative Information Services, the Office of Student Conflict Resolution, Office of the General Counsel, Residential Computing, U-M Health System, and Public Affairs and Media Relations to revise the page Information Technology Policies and Guidelines at the University of Michigan, formerly found at www.umich.edu/~policies/. Although a redirect from that URL is in place, ITCS requests that units update their sites with the new name and link.

Former TCAUP dean to design in Dubai

Professor Douglas Kelbaugh, former dean of the Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning, plans to take a two-year leave to be executive director of building and urban design for Limitless, an international real estate development corporation headquartered in Dubai, UAE. The 500-person firm has a $100 billion portfolio of sustainable towns and urban centers in various stages of planning, design and development in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Many of them are notable for their mixed-use, walkable, environmental urbanism that often includes transit. He starts the job in mid-November. After the two-year leave he plans to return to U-M to continue teaching and research.

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