Christine M. HaskaDr.
Vice President of Information Resources and CIO, Naval Postgraduate School
Dr. Haska joined The Naval Postgraduate School as CIO (Chief Information Officer) in 2002, and soon after established the Office of Institutional Research. In 2007, she also took on responsibility for Institutional Advancement. The Information Resources portfolio includes a number of areas: Information Technology and Communication Services, Institutional Research and Planning, Educational Technology, Information Assurance, and Institutional Advancement. She serves on the Higher Education and Research Competitive Cluster for the region, and is engaged in a number of collaborative initiatives with other higher education and Department of Defense institutions. Dr. Haska earned her baccalaureate and master’s degrees from San Jose State University and her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.
At NPS, she led the effort to develop a five-year strategic plan for Information Technology, she established a program of ongoing Institutional Research to support accreditation and strategic planning, and worked with colleagues at the Naval Academy and Naval War College to develop the Navy Higher Education IT Consortium. Dr. Haska is one of the six CIOs overseeing the Monterey Peninsula DoDNet, a regional infrastructure linking six local Department of Defense organizations. Dr. Haska has been active in publishing articles and presenting papers at professional association conferences.
For ten years previously, she served as Vice President for Planning at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, overseeing Information Technology, University Communications, Institutional Research and Strategic Planning. Prior to that, she worked at Tulane University for eight years, her last position there being Deputy Provost.