Director of Information Technology
Greg is responsible both directly and indirectly for all Information Technology facilities, human resources, infrastructure, policies, and compliance at both the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. Serving as the chief technology officer to the Executive Dean of Agriculture and Natural Resources, he oversees the operation of the Office of Information Technology Services (ITS), all activities related to the management of computing and communications hardware, as well as enterprise and departmental class server administration, applications development, and end-user desktop support for voice, video, and personal computing. Greg represents the School and Station on several standing University IT committees dealing with architectures, human resource classifications, procurement programs, special initiatives, etc.
Enterprise Servers and Off-Campus Network
Karl is a senior systems administrator for the Agricultural Experiment Station Operations (AESOP) enterprise cluster, the Office365 email domains used by the school and experiment station, and the voice, video and data network (NJAESnet) that integrates off-campus research and extension centers with the main Rutgers campus. He provides the day to day management of AESOP and Office365 user accounts and files, e-mail client support, anti-spam operations, core distribution lists, specialized SQL database systems, dynamic web development, telephony systems including VoIP, and provides full spectrum IT support to the IR-4 Headquarters in Plainsboro.
Unit Computing Specialist
Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources; Entomology; and Microbiology and Biochemistry
Peter provides comprehensive IT support to the Departments of Ecology, Evolution and Natural Resources; Entomology; and Biochemistry and Microbiology.
Unit Computing Manager
SEBS/NJAES Administration and Academic Units
Andy provides direct information technology support to the Office of the Executive Dean and Nutritional Sciences. He provides managerial oversight for IT support to the SEBS/NJAES administration, DEENR, Entomology, and Biochemistry and Microbiology. He manages SEBS student e-mail distribution list resources. He also supports the IT needs of the University Parent’s Association based in Waller Hall.
Systems Administrator Instructional Labs, DAFRE, and Human Ecology
Liza provides day-to-day administration of teaching lab facilities, IT service and support contracts and procurement. She provides comprehensive support to the Departments of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics and Human Ecology.
Windows Servers, Active Directory, Instructional Labs, and Technical Software Support
Marc is the senior systems administrator for Windows Server environments. He configures and maintains Windows domains and oversees a virtualized server environment. He manages the instructional computing labs, and provides advanced technical software support for products like AutoCAD, ArcGIS, SAS, and SPSS. He provides full spectrum IT support to the Department of Landscape Architecture and manages user support to DAFRE and Human Ecology.
Research Computing Consultant
Project Manager, Scientific Computing
Rob is available to assist the faculty in the integration of laboratory instrumentation with computing technology, scientific data transformations, Unix/Linux/Windows system administration, and Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). He also serves as a research computing consultant, able to provide guidance and recommendations with respect to specific scientific computing needs.
Off-campus Research and Extension Centers and Video Conferencing Systems
Barney provides comprehensive IT support to the off-campus research and extension centers. He manages all of the video conferencing and distance learning infrastructure operated by NJAES throughout the State.
Unit Computing Manager
Bruce provides comprehensive IT support to the Department of Plant Biology and Pathology.