Infrastructure Services includes infrastructure architecture & capacity planning, shared infrastructure services, collaboration and middleware, desktop and groupware, campus computing sites, and enterprise infrastructure.
Bill Wrobleski is the Director of Infrastructure Services for Information and Technology Services (ITS). From 2000-2009, he served as the Director of Technical Infrastructure Operations for the University of Michigan's Administrative Information Services (MAIS).
Wrobleski began his career at the University of Michigan in 1984 where he worked as a microcomputer help desk consultant and taught non-credit computing classes to University students, staff and faculty until 1991.
From 1991-1996, while at the U-M's Information Technology Division (now Information Technology Central Services), Wrobleski evaluated and implemented new technologies for administrative systems as a member of the Technology Assessment Group. In collaboration with other U-M schools and colleges, the Technology Assessment Group built a software interface for U-M students to access grades. His accomplishments in this position included implementing the University's first web-based self-service system for students (Wolverine Access) and contributing to the development of the University's original Data Warehouse.
He was the Technical Infrastructure Manager for the M-Pathways Project from 1996-2000 and was responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining M-Pathway's infrastructure. M-Pathways is an enterprise-wide resource planning system across the U-M core business areas.
Representing U-M, Wrobleski has served on the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) for the Higher Education User Group (HEUG) since 2002. HEUG is a user group for PeopleSoft/Oracle Higher Education users to share information with other users and directly to Oracle. The TAG is the primary technical group for the HEUG, and provides input to PeopleSoft/Oracle on the needs of higher education as it relates to their product suites. He co-authored two HEUG Technical Advisory Group Whitepapers in 2005 and 2006, offering tactical advice on the implication of new Fusion applications and strategic guidelines for educational institutions.
Wrobleski graduated from U-M in 1980 with a B.A., with a double major in computer science and economics.
He is married and has two children. In his spare time, Wrobleski enjoys fitness activities such as running and biking.