Sep 30, 2019
Lindsay Wayt, director of analytics for the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), discusses how colleges and universities are using analytics to achieve the essential goals of a 21st century campus—building campuses that focus on student success, managing costs, improving efficiency, and more.
She also gives an overview of a new set of principles from NACUBO, the Association for Institutional Research (AIR), and EDUCAUSE designed to help higher education leaders tap into the power of analytics.
After chatting with Lindsay, hosts Jon Fansmith and Jon Turk talk about the future of the FUTURE Act, which must be passed by Sept. 30 to preserve a vital funding stream for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and other Minority-Serving Institutions.
Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:
Conversation with Lindsay Wayt
Analytics Can Save Higher Education. Really. The Association for Institutional Research (AIR), EDUCAUSE, and NACUBO
The ‘Moneyball’ Solution for Higher Education, Politico, Jan. 16, 2019
Georgia State, Leading U.S. in Black Graduates, Is Engine of Social Mobility, The New York Times, May 15, 2018
What a Predictive Analytics Experiment Taught 11 Colleges About Sharing Data, Education Dive, April 18, 2019
Rutgers Fix for Its Overcrowded Busing Mess Does Not Include More Buses, NewJersey.com, Oct. 4, 2016
The FUTURE Act
FUTURE Act Halted in Senate, Higher Education Organizations and Leaders Dismayed, Diverse: Issues In Higher Education, Sept. 26, 2019)
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