Research Analytics Summit 2024

 

This inaugural conference, held March 11-12 2024 in Albuquerque New Mexico, was dedicated to the rapidly emerging field of Research Analytics. This event was tailored for research administration professionals, focusing on the integration of data-informed decision-making, strategic planning, capacity building, and effective grant and contract management.

The banner above links to the conference website where the agenda is available.

This conference is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) GRANTED program (award no. 2324388).

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Presentations from 2024

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Welcome Address, Baron Wolf

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Where Do I Start?, Andrea Crystelle and Lori Schultz

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You are What You Eat ... and Enter into Data Fields, Hansa Magee and Nick Bilyk

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Representing Your Institution Through Data, Lou Hurst

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Answering big questions with big data: Using analytics across the research ecosystem, Ann Beynon

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It’s About Time: Gaining Insights from Turnaround Time Metrics, Julia Zappi and Christopher Perkins

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A Data Driven Approach to Research Enterprise Growth and Infrastructure Design, Marisa Zuskar and Gabby Labayen

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RAMP Research Analytics Mentorship Program, Andrea Christelle, Lou Hurst, and Baron Wolf

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Research Analytics Maturity Model & HERD: Transforming Tomorrow by Using Data to Drive Decisions, Baron Wolf and Katherine Leung Robershaw

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Using Agency Data for Research Development, Lou Hurst

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The Balancing Act: Data Analytics and Radical Invention, Andrea Christelle and Baron Wolf

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Navigating Faculty Activity Reporting: Maximizing Transparency and Efficiency, Kathy Felts, Michael Katz, and Jenny Hulsen

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Finding and Hiring a Research Analyst Unicorn, Hansa Magee and Nick Bilyk

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Co-Authorship Maps to Support Leadership Selection, Robert HC Chen

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Leveraging HERD Data to Understand Institutions’ Competitive Edge, Growth Potential, and Strategic Collaborations, Hanin Alhaddad and Joshua Roney

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Exploring Research Metadata Governance with Design Thinking, Scott Woods and Natalie Simonson

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Bringing Artificial Intelligence to Research Analytics Research Highlighter-MatchMaker at SUNY UAlbany, Tianning Huang and Yuemin Li

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CollabNext -A Person-Focused Open Knowledge Graph for Collaborations with Emerging Researchers, Lew Lefton

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Evaluating a PI Policy with Data, Lori Ann M. Schultz

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Generating Reliable Collaboration Data: A Proof-of-Concept Project Using Research Administration Data, Christopher Perkins and Julie Zappi