Carl Rhine renders managerial oversight for all activities of the Vice President for Research Information Technology offices, providing leadership to its divisions, units, centers, institutes, and museums. Rhine has also taught undergraduate and graduate technology courses involving managing information technology, analytical problem solving, corporate web development, and technology for presentations. He has been a guest lecturer in various courses and public settings related to technology and society. He comes to Indiana University after working in Presidential Protective Services for the Reagan/Bush Administration supervising security operations at secure government installations. Rhine was granted a top secret TS/SBI class A category I clearance by the F.B.I. and has worked as a licensed private investigator and program manager for research grants from the National Institute of Justice. He holds a B.S. and M.P.A. degree and speaks multiple languages.