eAIR November 2019

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    • Special Feature / Interview
    • 11.19.19

    The Distributed IR Model

    • by eAIR
    eAIR caught up with Tony Parandi, Director of Institutional Research, Indiana Wesleyan University, to chat about his career in IR and adapting to meet increased demands for external reporting and internal analytics....
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    • Changing Scene
    • 11.19.19

    Colleagues News

    • by eAIR
    Henry Alphin Jr. is now Executive Director, Strategic Initiatives and Operations, EMI Advisors, LLC. Robert H. Fenske, the first AIR Forum Chair and one of the first members of the Publications Committee, passed away las...
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    • Journal News
    • 11.19.19

    Journal News

    • by eAIR
    This month, read the latest articles from The Journal of Innovative Higher Education as well as a great tip for authors from the journal editor. Additionally, check out the newest issue of the Journal of T...
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    • Tech Tips
    • 11.19.19

    Using the Excel Time Function

    • by Dale Amburgey, Assistant Director of Institutional Research, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
    I have been working on planning a conference for an organization and need to create a daily agenda. In the past, this task would be achieved by using some combination of cutting, pasting, and filling within Excel. Recent...
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