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K-State Today

June 20, 2011

Lyall accepts new position at Metropolitan State College

Submitted by Viki Horan

James Lyall, associate vice provost for information technology services, has accepted a position as chief information officer at Metropolitan State College in Denver effective Aug. 1. Lyall came to K-State in the spring of 2007.

Metro State is a comprehensive institution with more than 24,000 students, educating more undergraduate Coloradans than any other institution in the state. The Division of Information Technology oversees all computing services for faculty, staff and students, including support for administrative applications, desktop support for faculty and staff, training, oversight of Metro State’s web pages, and support for 32 computer labs.