What We Do
The Office of Institutional Research works with partners throughout the campus to support analysis, assessment, reporting, and planning that informs institutional decision-making.
Goals & Objectives
The Office seeks to:
Undertake original studies and analyses to meet anticipated planning and management needs
Facilitate the distribution pertinent, timely, and high quality data to various academic and administrative offices at UW Bothell and to external agencies
Collaborate with UW Bothell faculty and staff to create effective evaluation strategies, particularly in the areas of metrics, program evaluation, and survey research
Support the development of institutional infrastructure grants
Where We Are
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Who We Are
Russell Cannon, Ph.D.
Institutional Grants and Evaluation Specialist
Joy Emory, M.A.
Enrollment Management Analyst
Sr. Institutional Research Analyst
Adrian Sinkler, Ph.D.
Throughout the year, the Office of Institutional Research looks for enthusiastic and detail-oriented students to assist with data entry and office management tasks. Though no experience is necessary, the ideal candidate will have strong written and verbal communication skills and a desire to learn more about higher education administration. Please see our Student Assistant job description for more details. If you have any questions, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Institutional Research currently conducting interviews for Academic Year 2016-17 Student Assistant position. Please check our website for for updates on future Student Assistant position openings.
The Office of Institutional Research considers project-based, credit-bearing, unpaid internships for both graduate and undergraduate students with the goal of contributing to discrete, publishable research of value to both the institution and a broader audience. E-mail email@example.com for more information.
Advanced Data Analysis
Institutional Infrastructure Grant Development
Original Mixed-Methods Research