Yesterday I reported on the new CIOs at two universities.\u00a0 I\u2019ve got another higher-ed announcement to add to the list: Stephen Laster left his job as the director of curriculum innovation at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass. and joined Harvard Business School as its CIO.\u00a0 From academia, we go to the private sector\u2026Family Dollar Stores hired Michael Laurenti as its vice president of information technology.\u00a0 He reports to SVP and CIO Josh Jewett.\u00a0 Laurenti comes to the Matthews, N.C.-based discount retailer from Linens \u2018N Things, where he served as VP of business and technology services.\u00a0 Yomi Famurewa joined Modine Manufacturing Co. as its CIO.\u00a0 He reports to the developer of heat transfer products company\u2019s EVP and CFO, Bradley Richardson. Famurewa most recently helped CIOs at Fortune 500 companies with IT strategy and alignment as CIO of service provider Keego Technologies. \u00a0Prior to Keego, he was vice president of supply chain and design at Arvin Meritor. The U.S. Department of Treasury\u2019s Thrift Supervision Office tapped Wayne Leiss as its new CIO.\u00a0 Leiss most recently worked for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.\u00a0 He\u2019s worked there since 2005.