2015 Global Intelligence Forum
The Dungarvan Conference
July 12th - 16th, 2015

Intelligence-Informed Decision-Making to Build a More Secure Future

 I.        Knowledge Management in Higher Education

 Panelists:

       Irma Becerra-Fernandez, Provost, St. Thomas University

       Andrew Roth, President-Emeritus, Notre Dame College

       Mary Breckenridge, Mercyhurst University

       Matt Whelan, VP for Strategic Initiatives SUNY Stony Brook

       Stefan Hyman, Asst. Provost for Enrollment Strategies, Communications & Analytics, SUNY Stony Brook


  A.      Tools of the Trade: “What is Knowledge Management?” 

 An introductory exploration of knowledge management, what it is and how it can help institutions mine their own knowledge assets to create an information-rich future.

 Irma Becerra- Fernandez, Provost, St. Thomas U. Miami, FL

 

 B.       Knowledge Management and Institutional Effectiveness

Irma Becerra-Fernandez, Provost, St. Thomas University

Andrew Roth, President-Emeritus, Notre Dame College

Mary Breckenridge, Mercyhurst University

This session focuses on identifying an institution’s knowledge assets, how those assets can be mined and deployed across the institution to enhance student

learning outcomes, faculty and administrative effectiveness and institutional viability with a special focus on assessment of academic outcomes.

           

 C.       Applying Knowledge Management and Predictive Analytics to a Specific Institutional Function

Matt Whelan, SUNY Stony Brook

Stefan Hyman, SUNY Stony Brook

 

Applying Knowledge Management and Predictive Analytics to a Specific Institutional Function

This session examines how Stony Brook University aggregates intelligence across a variety of units to strengthen institutional effectiveness, specifically in the areas of enrollment management and academic success. Strategic uses of institutional knowledge, predictive analytics, and collaborative projects can help your university thrive.

 

                               

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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News & Announcements

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