Charles R. Bartel
Chuck Bartel is the Director of Global IT Services (GITS) at Carnegie Mellon. Chuck oversees the groups that provide front line user support. Chuck also leads the division’s Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity efforts, focusing on developing DR solutions for key IT services. In addition, Chuck serves as Computing Services’ point person for the university’s new global initiatives.
Previous responsibilities have included oversight of communication services (voice, data and CATV), computer and data center operations, computer repair, computer/retail store and classroom technology.
During his 27+ years in Computing Services, Chuck has presented on Wireless LANs at EDUCAUSE, Carnegie Mellon, MIT and Harvard. He served as the Chair of the board of PREPnet (Pennsylvania’s first ISP). He also served on the EDUCAUSE Evolving Technologies committee as past chair (2004). He was a member of the EDUCAUSE 2006 Program committee and a voting member of the IEEE 802.11 Working Group. Chuck is also a Frye Fellow (2005) and holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology from Thomas A. Edison State College and a master’s degree in public management from Carnegie Mellon.