BA, Sociology, English, State University of New York, New Paltz, 1996 MA Philosophy of Science and Technology, New York University, 2007 MPA Management, New York University, 2011
Nick Likos is NYU Gallatin’s Chief Information and Operations Officer. He is responsible for the operational management of technology, communications, facilities, and compliance. Nick's career has included for-profit and nonprofit management, focusing on marshaling the most efficient use of organizational resources toward strategic and operational goals, driving performance measures, and supporting mission through technology, process, and systems. He is the Chair of the NYU CIO Council, where he helps drive innovation, efficiencies, and collaboration among the nineteen schools and colleges of NYU.
Nick's recent work has focused on the academic social networking sphere, developing strategies and systems for integrating pedagogical and social technologies. He has written about, and presented his work on educational technology nationally.
Nick presented his work, "ePortfolios for Reflective Learning: Documenting the Evolution of Intellectual Pathways at NYU Gallatin" at the 2017 Bryn Mawr Blended Learning Conference.
Nick's paper, "ePortfolios and Individualized, Interdisciplinary Learning: A Case Study" was published in the November 2016 edition of the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy.