Jim Wolfgang
is the Chief Information Officer at Georgia College & State University, Georgia's Designated Public Liberal Arts University.

He completed his Ed.D. in Health Education at the State University of New York at Buffalo, and has more than 35 years of experience in higher education that include roles as faculty, chair, Assistant Dean of the School of Education and Associate Vice President for Distance Education.

As an active member of the University System of Georgia technology community, Wolfgang has been involved in numerous Information Technology and Instructional Technology initiatives and committees. Through his association with corporate partners, GCSU and the University System of Georgia have been involved in establishing many new ways of using technology to "Improve the Quality of Life."

In addition to the iPod initiative, one of GCSU's most successful technology projects was delivering a full MPA graduate degree via 2 way interactive videoconferencing to the men and women of the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier anywhere in the world during the Gulf War.