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Office of Information Technology Names Todd Prins the New Associate Director of Enterprise Systems
Prins returns to the higher education setting after working as an IT director for a nonprofit healthcare system. On Dec. 2, he started his new job at UNLV as the new associate director of enterprise systems in the Office of Information Technology.
The next associate director in the Office of Information Technology has ties to higher education. Todd Prins is the latest addition to the department. He leads the enterprise systems unit starting Dec. 2.
Prins worked at the University of Utah from 2004 to 2015. While there, he managed the enterprise system for the academic medical center, which operates four hospitals, 10 community clinic facilities, and several specialty centers in Salt Lake City. He most recently served as the IT applications director for Renown Health, one of northern Nevada’s largest employers.
Prins, who has a master’s degree in business administration from Westminster College, is excited to return to the higher education setting and be a part of one of the most diverse universities in the nation.
“This is an exciting time to be joining UNLV,” said Prins. “With the Top Tier initiative, achieving R1 status, and the new medical school, the university is pushing forward. It is great to work in such a dynamic environment.”
As the associate director of enterprise systems, Prins is responsible for campus system infrastructure, application administration, identity management, and campus card services. He provides direction for growth, implementation, and support for campus systems.
He is also a key member of the department’s leadership team. In his steering role, he helps plan, design, and execute the Office of Information Technology’s strategic plan, which supports the ever-evolving technology needs of the campus.
“I am excited to be joining a great team in OIT. I look forward to continuing to develop a sound technical foundation and rolling out exciting new technology to the university community.”