Sadasivan joins Wayne Law as associate director of Information Technology
DETROIT (July 5, 2011) – Wayne State University Law School is pleased to announce that Rajeev Sadasivan has joined the staff as associate director of the Law School’s Information Technology Office.
Sadasivan is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operational and administrative activities related to information technology systems at the Law School, including application support and development, hardware management and network administration functions.
Prior to this position, for seven years Sadasivan was a database analyst/administrator for WSU’s Division of Research. There he assisted in budget planning, oversaw database security, performed upgrades, patches and installations, and managed and trained a support staff. He also served nearly four years as a systems administrator with WSU’s Office of Institutional Analysis (now merged with the Office of Budget, Planning and Analysis).
“We are pleased to welcome Rajeev to the Law School,” said Wayne Law Dean Robert M. Ackerman. “His technological experience, work ethic and knowledge of Wayne State University will be tremendous assets in his new role. I am confident that, through his leadership, our IT office will enhance services to our students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends.”
“I’m very excited for this opportunity to help the Law School use technology to educate students and communicate with alumni and the community,” Sadasivan said.
Sadasivan received his bachelor’s degree in information technology systems management from WSU’s School of Business Administration. He lives in Troy, Mich., with his wife and 10-month-old son.
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