University Information Services

UIS Mission

Support and facilitate the university mission through the effective use of information technology.

UIS Vision

University Information Services will provide a rich, secure and sustainable technology environment to enable individuals to engage current and evolving technologies to advance their academic, research, administrative or service activities. We will work collaboratively with others to design, develop and deploy technology solutions to extend their capabilities, create new efficiencies, achieve their mission and contribute to our students' experience, preparing them to engage the world beyond.

UIS Staff

University Information Services serves the technology needs of all Pacific University students, faculty, staff and alumni across all 5 campuses. Our staff look forward to helping you with your technology needs.

Jim Fleming

Chief Information Officer, University Information Services



Joni Heveron

Executive Assistant to the CIO

            Pamela Pietras

            Electronic Health Records Specialist

Leah Daugherty

Electronic Health Records Specialist 1/ Billing

Technical Operations

Ted Krupicka

Associate Chief Information Officer



Brandon Browning

Senior Systems Administrator


Scott Wiesenmeyer

Network Administrator II


Eric Lambert

Network Administrator II


Christian Demko

Network Administrator I

Technology Information Center

Brian King

Manager, Technology Information Center



Greg Orlowsky

Technology Information Specialist

Sandy Wilson

Customer Assistance Supervisor

Dale Miguel

Classroom Technology Specialist



Enterprise Data Systems

Steve Mason

Manager, Enterprise Data Systems




Dave Morelli

Enterprise Database Administrator


Greg Paetzhold

Systems Administrator

Katie Morgan

Business Analyst/Project Manager

Peter Morgan


Hillsboro Campus Information Services

Jimmy Short

Hillsboro Campus Technology Manager



William Chen

Technology Information Specialist (Pharmacy)


Bob DeGroat

Technology Information Specialist (Optometry)