School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies, and the Vice Provost for Institutional Research,
Effectiveness and Analytics, the Graduate Research Analyst will work collaboratively between the two
offices to become the subject matter expert regarding how applications/admissions, enrollment, and
completions data for graduate students are entered and
using data regarding graduate students in the correct context for strategic planning and academic
programming. The incumbent will create data visualizations for the Graduate School and academic units
to identify important trends relative to graduate and professional students application/admissions,
enrollment, time to degree, and post-graduate studies using the National Student Clearinghouse Student
Tracker. The incumbent will also be responsible for the timely completion of ad hoc data requests from
the Vice Provosts, and provide information to assist in making strategic decisions about graduate
program support and enrollment. Duties include but are not limited to, leading analyses, including
descriptive and inferential statistics for strategic graduate enrollment and time-to-degree studies,
creating reports for dissemination to the university community, and preparing online, interactive
dashboards using census data.
written and verbal communication in a clear and professional manner using appropriate discretion with sensitive matters and data.
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