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UITS Monitor: Too many tech questions? Feel trapped in the Upside Down? UITS can help!

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The UITS Monitor is IU’s official correspondence to notify faculty, staff, and students on all IU campuses about available IT resources. Every other week, it will arrive in your inbox full of information about IT services and support available to you, as well as other notable IU news.

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UITS IT Support Centers are here for you

Walk-in hours and 24/7 support are available on every campus.

Tech problems are bound to happen, and probably at the time that's least convenient to you. Luckily, the UITS Support Center provides IT support to all IU campuses, at all hours.

Help is just a phone call away on every campus—other support options could include email, walk-in hours, and live chat, depending on the campus. For the most efficient assistance, be ready to provide details about your problem or question.

Find out how to contact your campus IT Support Center >>

At IU, supercomputing is for everyone

UITS Research Technologies' series takes the fear out of high performance computing.

If the idea of logging in to a supercomputer for the first time is daunting, the Supercomputing for Everyone Series offered by UITS Research Technologies may be just what you’re looking for. The workshops are now open for registration and cover topics including:

Workshops are taught by personnel from Research Technologies, and are offered at the IU Bloomington and IUPUI campuses

Register now for the Supercomputing for Everyone Series >>

IT Leadership Community Technologist Recognition awards

Nominate your favorite IT all-star! 

Know an IT employee who goes above and beyond, solves your tech issues, and is an all-around great person? The IT Leadership Community (ITLC) wants to know, and better yet, wants to give that person a Technologist Recognition award! 

Awards are open to employees in IT at Indiana University in any school or department—submit nominations by September 7 in these categories:

Winners will be recognized at a formal awards ceremony at the IU Statewide IT Conference in October. For questions about the process or the awards, contact Nathan Byrer (

Read about the awards and last year's winners >>

Women interested in tech: connect with CEWiT this semester

You need tech skills, and technology needs you. 

The mission of IU's Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) is to "inspire, encourage, and educate IU women in every major to develop and use tech skills to empower and enhance career success."

When you connect with CEWiT, you can build or enhance your tech skills in a number of ways:

CEWiT wants to connect and inspire a community of tech-savvy women. If you'd like to be one of those women, contact or add yourself to the CEWiT mailing list.

Connect with CEWiT >>