Developing an Institutional Strategy to Increase Faculty Recognition
Vice Provost Nancy Freitag and Instructional Development Specialist Kim Rivas from the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at the University of Illinois – Chicago (UIC) saw a need to increase resources for departments to bring recognition to their scholars. The Suggested Honorific Awards application from Academic Analytics was an ideal solution. Join us to learn how UIC implemented an award nomination strategy across campus and how your institution can benefit from this technology.
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 From the Nobel Prize to the poster of the year: quantifying honorific award prestige across disciplines
Academic Analytics now tracks more than 12,000 honorific awards of national or international importance. Journals have impact factors and research grants have dollar amounts, but how can we know the relative prestige of a specific honor? Join us to learn how Academic Analytics is approaching “relative award prestige” and how you can leverage this approach in your decision-making and campus nomination strategy.
Obtaining and analyzing career data for Ph.D.s and post-docs
Universities are increasingly tasked with following the career paths of graduates. Typical approaches to alumni data gathering often result in incomplete, inconsistent, and delayed information. Based on best-practice methodologies from the university community, Academic Analytics now provides a service to locate and classify alumni. Learn more about this approach and the applications it enables, from fundraising to building public confidence in the role of graduate education.
New Enhancements to our Faculty Insight Interface
Faculty Insight gives faculty control of their professional profiles and helps them uncover funding opportunities and collaborators. Join Carol Whitacre, Senior Advisor, Academic Analytics, former Senior Vice President for Research at The Ohio State University to discuss the following new enhancements to our Faculty Insight interface and their applications to research enterprise management on campus: Saved Searches, Proxy Editor Access, and Advanced Search.
Showcasing your research strengths with the new External Discovery Site
The Academic Analytics External Discovery Site (EDS) is evolving from a faculty search tool to a powerful, customizable research dashboard. Join Robert Berdahl to learn how the newly redesigned EDS is an effective way to draw attention to the unique research strengths of your institution and academic units.