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Planning for Higher Education Journal

Reduce Curriculum Costs While Increasing Student EnrollmentLocked

Optimizing Academic Balance Analyses Let Kentucky Institutions Stay Competitive
From Volume 48 Number 3 | April–June 2020
Results of the study supplied evidence needed to support tough institutional decisions. The 13 Kentucky colleges and universities that participated in the research now have critically important data to use in making choices about how they best serve their students, maximize scarce resources, and sustain financial stability.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Can You Trust Your Eyes?Locked

Learn How to Minimize Misinterpretation of Data Reports and Visualizations
From Volume 48 Number 2 | January–March 2020
Volumes of data are available to administrators to support decision-making. But that doesn’t mean that what’s been presented is accurate. When data are misused or misconstrued, senior leaders at higher education institutions may make the wrong conclusions, ineffective policies may be enacted, and students may not be successful in completing their academic goals.
Conference Presentations

Predictive Analytics

Harness Digital Information for a Current Master Plan
Published 2019
We will discuss a computational metrics mobile app and how Miami University uses it for master planning.
Conference Presentations

Innovative Data Tools That Support Capital and Facilities Planning

Published 2019
In this session, we will discuss data strategies for capital and facilities planning that enable real-time mobile access to planning tools, automated project tracking, metrics, and building transparency in order to support the planning and execution process.
Planning for Higher Education Journal

Traffic Congestion on a University CampusLocked

A Consideration of Unconventional Remedies to Nontraditional Transportation Patterns
From Volume 36 Number 1 | October–December 2007
Universities are in a special position to take information related to the patterns and causes of congestion and apply it to their planning goals. In particular, they can work effectively to reduce demand.