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Dr. Lynn Akey Appointed Chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Other roles Akey has served in at the school since her arrival in 2000 include associate vice president for institutional research, strategy, and effectiveness; assistant vice president for institutional research, planning, and assessment; director of institutional research, planning, and assessment; assistant to the vice president for student affairs; (..)

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RUNELL J. KING

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

King has been named the Saint Augustine’s University vice president for institutional & sponsored research. King served as SAU’s associate vice president for institutional research. King Runell J.

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Budget cuts hit all colleges totaling over $11 million - Stephanie King, Golden Gate Express

Ray Schroeder

However, enrollment has been on a decline the past few years, according to data from SF State’s Institutional Research. The final census data for Fall 2023 will not be available until Oct.

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Will gains from the spectacular ‘she-covery’ last? - Catherine Rampell, Washington Post

Ray Schroeder

Women today see themselves as ‘people who work,’” says Brookings Institution researcher Lauren Bauer, “and the pandemic was not going to get them down.” Economists warned of potential scarring effects: Once these women stepped away from their careers, the fear went, they might struggle to get back on track.

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Creating a data-informed campus: part 2

EAB

"Analytics programs are most successful when various constituents – institutional research, information technology, functional leaders, and executives – work in partnership" (6). The concept of an integrated model is partially responsible for the increase in institutional effectiveness offices. Data analysts.

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1 in 4 students never finish their college applications. Why? - Laura Spitalniak, Higher Ed Dive

Ray Schroeder

Almost 1 in 4 prospective students, 24%, began at least one college application but wound up not submitting any during the 2018-19 application cycle, according to an August working paper published by Brown University’s Annenberg Institute. Research indicates the essay portion of many applications is a sticking point.

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Gates Foundation Awards Grant to Help Universities Make Data-Driven Decisions

EdTech Magazine - Higher Education

A collaboration between the Association for Institutional Research, EDUCAUSE and the National Association of College and University Business Officers — funded in part by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation — is continuing its efforts to improve the way higher education institutions use data to drive student success.