#AML with Ken Stafford

Ask Me Live host Erin Poppe, graduate student in public administration and online editor for The Collegian, stands with K-State Chief Information Officer Ken Stafford after the #AML on Sept. 17, 2015. (George Walker | The Collegian)

The Kansas State Collegian hosted an Ask Me Live session with Chief Information Officer Ken Stafford Thursday.

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In August 2010, Stafford joined K-State as its chief information officer and vice provost for information technology services.

In his roles, Stafford has strategic oversight of university information technology services, including networking; academic, administrative and instructional technologies and support services; information and technology security; infrastructure for research computing; data and information management; and more. His responsibilities also include ensuring the development and communication of university IT policies, standards and procedures.