Vice President and Chief Information Officer Curtis A. Carver Jr., Ph.D., has been elected to serve on the Advisory Council for the West Point Association of Graduates, the alumni association for the U.S. Military Academy.
Carver will serve from 2018-2020 and represent 11 South Central states as one of six society advisors and a member of the 54-person Advisory Council.
The mission of the West Point Association of Graduates is to serve West Point and its graduates and to further the ideals and promote the welfare of the U.S. Military Academy.
Carver graduated from West Point in 1983, rose through the faculty ranks to professor, and served at West Point for 12 years before retiring from the U.S. Army after 27 years of service.
Carver has served UAB as its CIO since 2015. During his tenure at UAB, the University has expanded its research computing capacity to deploy the fastest supercomputer in Alabama; become the first university in the state to deploy 100Gbps internet speeds across campus; and implemented new services such as unlimited email, unlimited cloud storage and expanded WiFi to help better serve campus needs.
Carver is the former vice chancellor and chief information officer for the University System of Georgia and has received a number of national and international honors and awards for military, teaching and research excellence.
Carver named to West Point Association of Graduates advisory council
- December 28, 2017