Sunrise showcased at WashU IT’s ImpacT Event

Nearly 300 people gathered in Holmes Lounge in October to learn more about projects and programs foundational to ImpacT, WashU IT’s strategic plan.

A team from the Student Sunrise project joined the event to provide updates and answer questions about the upcoming transition to Workday Student.

Ellen Rostand, assistant vice chancellor and Student Sunrise change director, Erin Culbreth, senior associate provost and Student Sunrise executive project director, and Beth Lee, Student Sunrise functional project director, represented Sunrise at WashU IT’s ImpacT event.

“We were excited to share in the excitement around the initiatives detailed in ImpacT,” said Erin Culbreth, senior associate provost and Student Sunrise executive project director. “The work that Sunrise is doing, along with our partners on the Workday HCM and Finance support team and IT’s Data and Analytics team, are collectively helping evolve us to a more digitally and data-driven organization.”

The Workday HCM and Finance team and Student Sunrise project team have and will continue to partner on the Workday Student implementation.
WashU IT’s Data and Analytics team have also been crucial partners on the Workday Student implementation.

The event also featured initiatives related to safety and security of information, research infrastructure, end-user services and IT governance. Colleagues in University Advancement showcased ARCH, the project to replace the Alumni & Development Information System (ADIS).

Download a copy of the handout shared at the event.

Learn more about ImpacT.