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Data-Driven Integrated Planning: Methodologies in Action
Institutional success depends on long-term sustainability, connecting investments with outcomes and creating a culture that is data-informed. As the role of institutional effectiveness expands across higher ed, designing a comprehensive integrated planning process is one of the most critical ways leaders can support these efforts. Integrated planning requires a unified approach to utilizing academic and administrative data for continuous improvement. However, this can be an overwhelming process for institutions, with many unsure of where to start.

Join us for a webcast to hear Dr. Christopher Davis, Vice President of Academic Services and Quality at the University of Maryland Global Campus and Dr. Douglas Masterson, Senior Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness at the University of Southern Mississippi, share their approaches to integrated planning and its role in higher ed today. They’ll also discuss best practices and lessons learned associated with their own integrated planning evolution and its impact on operational efficiency and student learning. Finally, they’ll share the challenges they encountered along the way, and what’s next for integrated planning at their institutions.

If you are trying to address any of the following questions as part of your role, this session is for you:
• How can my institution roll out a truly collaborative planning process that is inclusive of stakeholders accessing data to drive their decision-making?
• To what extent does our planning process align student achievement data with financial and human resources data?
• What are the technologies and other resources needed to start an integrated planning process at my college or university?

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Captioning for the deaf & hard of hearing is provided by CaptionAccess. Transcripts available upon request.

Sep 27, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Chris Davis, PhD
Vice President of Academic Services and Quality & Middle States Liaison @University of Maryland Global Campus
Dr. Chris Davis began his career in higher education as an adjunct faculty member at Baker College in Michigan in 1997, joining the full-time faculty a year later. He went on to serve as dean of computer science and technology, system director of effective teaching and learning and director of assessment. He subsequently served as vice provost of institutional effectiveness at National Louis University in Chicago; vice provost for Colorado Technical University, responsible for online faculty and later the supervision of doctoral programs; and vice president for institutional effectiveness, provost, and ultimately president of Western International University during the teach-out of the university until it closed in March 2019. Davis has continued to teach both online and face-to-face through his career and served for 15 years as a peer reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission.
Douglas Masterson, PhD
Senior Associate Provost & Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) Liaison @University of Southern Mississippi
Dr. Douglas Masterson began his academic career in the areas of free radical chemistry and mass spectrometry. Before stepping into a leadership role at USM, Masterson studied the utilization of enzymes in organic synthesis to prepare novel amino acids and other small molecules of biological interest. His research interests have expanded to include the areas of chemical education and student success in science. His background in STEM has enabled him to take a scientific approach to teaching and learning analytics to lead data-driven decision-making and planning at USM.