Presentation: John Crooker, Qingmin Shi, Tina Nelson, and Shiloh Bradley

Shiloh Bradley and Tina Nelson (Office of Decision Support) presented "Multiple Approaches to Assessing the Impacts of Student Success Initiatives: Three Examples at UNLV" at the Rocky Mountain Association for Institutional Research (RMAIR) conference on October 31st in Midway, UT. Utilizing multiple data sources, research methods, and BI and analytic tools, this presentation demonstrates innovative approaches to assessing the impacts of three campus-wide student success initiatives, which include the student outreach specialist program, first-year seminars, and the 15-to-Finish initiative. This research was led by John Crooker, Qingmin Shi, Nelson, and Bradley (all from the Office of Decision Support).

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