Information Systems Department

The Information Systems (IS) department is responsible for providing design, installation, and support for all information technology projects for the College-Institute.

The IS department promotes IT solutions that improve the teaching, learning, research, and administrative environment of the College-Institute.

The Chief Technology Officer, John Bruggeman, provides the vision and leadership in information technology necessary to advance the College-Institute’s mission and strategic plan. The mission of the CTO is to offer direction and support for the effective application and integration of information technology to improve the teaching, learning, research, and administrative environment.

News & Updates

Having old versions of Adobe Flash player, Adobe Reader, and Java can cause your computer to be infected. There are many sites that can run a browser check for you to see if your computer is at risk.
 
http://Qualys.com/browsercheck is one website that can quickly check your browser to see if you have the latest updates. You don’t have to install the plugin, just click on the link that says “Launch quick a quick scan now”.
 
If you have problems or questions, please email the helpdesk.

FAQ

Website Updates

When submitting updates for the website, please include a direct link to the page in question, the updated content, as well as a brief description of what you're trying to do. Small changes to large bodies of content should be emphasized to ensure your edits are made in a timely fashion.

Please send all updates to:

Justin Sovine
National Web Manager
webmaster@huc.edu

Technology Usage Policy

Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR) is committed to encouraging our students and staff to embrace the world of technology, exploring its uses and benefits to achieve our shared and individual goals. As an institution of higher education, we have a responsibility to provide these essential resources; as users, you have an obligation to operate and manage this equipment in an efficient, ethical and legal manner. Users of the HUC-JIR computer facilities are expected to abide by the following policies, which are intended to preserve the utility and flexibility of the computer system, protect the work of students, staff, and faculty, and preserve the right to access networks to which HUC-JIR is connected. Read more

IT Staff

Cincinnati
Mark Jennings
New York
T.J. Williams
Los Angeles
Andrew Durbin
National