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Reports from Academic Analytics for senior administration.
Dashboards for Office of Biomed Faculty Administration, Office of Women in Medicine and Science, and Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs. Biology, Medical and Clinical faculty counts and demographics, relevant industry data, compensation.
Dashboards focused on campus-based Biomed faculty (demographics, sponsored research, teaching, scholarly activity, compensation).
Dashboards for Office of Biomed Finance and Planning. Financial data visualizations: budget, actuals, compensation, commitments.
Dashboards for Office of Biomed Research Administration. Sponsored research visualizations: proposals, awards, expenditures. Analysis by department, sector, sponsor, etc. Grant forecasting output.
Dashboards for Biomed Department Managers and Chairs. Sponsored research visualizations by department: proposals, awards, expenditures.
Dashboards to display Biomed teaching activity using data from FIS (Workday Academics), Banner, and Medical School database.
This project contains Brown building maps and map data that Tableau Desktop licensed users can download and enhance with their own data courtesy of Facilities Management.
Dashboards for the Brown Transportation and Card Services department.
This project contains visualizations for Brown University Summer Sports Camps. The Department of Athletics, in conjunction with the School of Professional Studies (SPS), offers summer sports camps for young athletes.
These visualizations help keep varsity coaches, their staff, current Brown athletes, and SPS staff keep informed with the current enrollment and status of the young athletes in the various sports.
Visualizations pertaining to joint efforts in institutional research between Brown and RISD.
Content developed by the Business Intelligence Team for the Committee on Academic Standing.
Dashboards for tracking the creation and approval of definitions in the Data Cookbook. Usage statistics are also provided.
For content published by members of the Data Science team.
Dashboards for Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior staff about faculty, including current summaries and historical counts and demographics.
|Digital Education Analytics|
Content related to the use of academic technology.
Deskpro dashboards for the Department of Economics
Data visualizations for the CIS Endpoint Engineering team.
Work order management trends, including preventive and reactive maintenance.
Published faculty activity dashboards.
Visualizations created by the Office of the Dean of the Faculty to share faculty data.
Project folder for Financial Aid staff
Visualizations for Graduate School staff.
Information on Graduate Students from various sources.
Student support services metrics.
Deskpro request dashboards
Visualizations of C-CURE card transactions for Library card readers.
For content shared within the Office of Institutional Equity & Diversity.
Dashboards created by the Office of Institutional Research for the Provost.
Content created by the Office of Institutional Research shared with specific users.
Dashboards created by the Office of Institutional Research for the Office of College Admission.
Dashboards showing US News and other higher education rankings for Brown and peer schools.
Dashboards and reports for the School of Professional Studies and their partners throughout Brown University. This includes Executive Master’s Programs, Summer Session, Pre-College Programs, and Sports Camps.
Quarterly financial data by Principal Investigator and School of Public Health Department.
Sponsored Project information relating to proposal, awards and expenditures.
|Student Accessibility Services||Data visualizations for Student Accessibility Services staff.||Jesus Remigio|
|Undergraduate Admission||Visualizations for The Office of College Admission.||Allison McMaster|