Academic Analytics Lunch at the AIR Forum

11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

June 1st, Thursday,

The lunch is now filled. Please reach out to Stephanie Dunn at if you have any questions.

Come join us for lunch and learn where we will show you the newest product offerings from Academic Analytics, including:

  • Faculty Insight Activity Reporting:  Supports accreditation, annual review, and other institutional research reporting processes using Academic Analytics high-quality faculty data along with institution-supplied activity information.
  • Faculty Insight Reviews & Workflows:  Our highly customizable module allows you to easily configure and manages all sorts of reusable workflows including promotion and tenure, annual merit reviews, hiring workflows, and more.
  • Industry Insight:  Helps universities build collaborations with industry.
  • Alumni Insight: Helps universities understand the career paths of bachelor, master, doctoral, and postdoctoral alumni for reporting, outreach, and strategic planning.


In-Person Meeting

Book a meeting during the conference with our experts for a demo or to answer any questions you may have.

To book, click here. 

On the Agenda 

Faculty Insight and External Discovery Site: Showcase Faculty Excellence
May 31, 11:15am-11:35am
Expo Theater One

Academic Analytics is partnering with institutions to better tell the story of faculty and their contributions. Institutional data (i.e. courses taught, grant data, clinical RVUs) and scholarly data, collected from publicly available sources, are integrated to create a robust core of faculty-level information. Faculty are then able to view these data and augment it with additional information to provide the entire context of their contributions. Faculty are also able to manage their profiles. Additionally,  these data can be highlighted in an External Discovery Site to share this story with external constituents and potential collaborators and funders.  

Stephanie Faulkner, VP of Product Development
Naeem Thompson, Director of Engagement

Assistant Professor Hiring Trends: A Longitudinal Perspective
May 31, 1:45pm-2:30pm
Meeting Room 23

The academic job market is thought to reflect an oversupply of doctorates amidst “cratering” numbers of job postings. Moreover, faculty hiring follows a steep prestige hierarchy favoring the graduates of a small number of institutions. We analyzed large-scale longitudinal assistant professorship growth/contraction trends in 154 fields at Ph.D. granting universities. Humanities and education fields are contracting, but the job market is expanding in a majority of fields. Institutions can leverage these data and the underlying large-scale trends to better understand equity in hiring, inform outreach and candidate selection, and intentionally support the number of faculty needed to graduate the foreseeable pool for each discipline.

Kathy Felts, VP of Client Engagement
Anthony Olejniczak, Director, AARC

Stop by our Booth 

Our team will be at our booth to help answer any questions you may have or show you a demo.
Location: Booth 117, Exhibit Level, Hall C



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