2014 Conference

UNC CAUSE 2014 will take place in Charlotte, NC. Conference dates and additional information will be announced in the coming months; please check back.

The 2014 conference will be hosted by the Western region including the following universities:

  • UNC Charlotte
  • Appalachian State University
  • North Carolina School of the Arts
  • University of North Carolina – Asheville
  • Western Carolina University
  • Winston Salem State University

2013 Conference

UNC CAUSE 2013 took place in Wilmington, NC from November 18-20th, 2013. Learn more on the conference website, http://unccause.org/2013/.

The 2013 conference was hosted by the Eastern region including the following universities:

  • East Carolina University
  • Elizabeth City State University
  • Fayetteville State University
  • North Carolina State University
  • University of North Carolina Wilmington

2012 Conference

UNC CAUSE 2012 took place in Durham, NC from Tuesday, December 4th through Thursday, December 6th at the Durham Convention Center.

The 2012 conference was hosted by the Central region, including the following universities:

Visit the UNC CAUSE 2012 website at http://unccause12.ncat.edu/.

About UNC CAUSE

UNC CAUSE is a group formed in 1970 by the computing centers of the 16-campus University of North Carolina for the purpose of promoting cooperation and information exchange between the campuses of the UNC System in all areas related to information technology.

UNC CAUSE provides a shared system-wide membership in Educause for those campuses not subscribed as full members. Each of these campuses have at least one representative registered and receiving all Educause publications. UNC CAUSE provides one voting delegate representing the constituents of this Educause System Membership.

The UNC CAUSE Fall Conference is of particular importance to all involved. It provides an annual state-wide technical conference experience for campus IT staff to exchange ideas, gain exposure to advances in information technology and gain professional development at reasonable costs.

This is an exciting and challenging time for IT professionals, given the evolution of computing and the changes that have occurred over the past 30 years. IT is now mission critical for all our campuses. From this results an ever-increasing expectation that we deliver new and expanded capabilities to our users in a timely manner. The personal challenge for all involved in UNC CAUSE is to serve our users well and empower them through technology to be more creative, productive and efficient.