I R & D S
PhD Alumni Employment Webpage
IR&DS has published a new webpage that presents the findings of a recent major study of PhD alumni employment outcomes. The study, undertaken by IR&DS in collaboration with the Office for the Vice Provost for Graduate Education (VPGE), examined the career paths of 2,420 doctoral alumni across two cohorts. The results of this study are available online at http://irds.stanford.edu/phdjobs. The webpage is interactive and allows users to explore the data and findings from the study.
Welcome Adita Zeqollari
Adita Zeqollari joined IR&DS this September as an Institutional Research Analyst. She comes to us from Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she mainly focused on financial and student reporting. Adita will be working on a variety of IR&DS projects, including SIRIS.
Welcome Kathleen Warmoth
Kathleen Warmoth joined IR&DS last June as the Data Stewardship Coordinator. She will be working with the Stanford University Data Stewardship groups on the development of definitions and other metadata for data elements used in BI reporting projects. Kathleen comes to us as a subject matter expert in the area of faculty data within the School of Medicine.
Welcome Janice Pang
Janice Pang joined IR&DS this past April as a BI and Reporting Analyst. She will primarily be working on the SIRIS project and other student reporting needs. Janice comes to us with substantial knowledge of student data, report development, and Stanford, in addition to technical expertise. We are very happy to welcome her to the group.
Welcome Brian O'Leary
Brian O'Leary has joined IR&DS on a short-term basis, to develop documentation and training for the first release of the new Student Integrated Reporting and Information System (SIRIS). Brian is an experienced instructional designer from Lasselle-Ramsay, and we are delighted to have his help on the project.