The art and science of research administration is changing - but what does that mean for the financial side of the equation? Data analytics has impacted the way we function. Is that a good thing or an area of increased scrutiny and concern? We will look at how the evolution of technology and easy access to data impacts our lives. This is an interactive session crafted to share real life experiences and mold strategizes to use data analytics internally within our organizations.
Content level: Advanced
- Analyze and criticize the concept of data analytics.
- Formulate visions on where data analytics may take us in the future.
- Assess alternative uses for data analytics and how to internally construct a proactive in-house approach.
Track: Financial Leadership
Financial Management Certificate: Elective Session
Speaker(s): Denise Clark
, Associate Vice President for Administration, Division of Research, University of Maryland, College Park; Ann Holmes
, Assistant Dean, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park; Marchon Jackson
, Director of Sponsored Program Accounting and Compliance (SPAC), Division of Research, University of Maryland, College Park; Stephen Dowdy
, Director, VPR Office, University of Maryland, College Park