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2023 Data & Analytics Summit

College Park, Maryland

Sep 18-22, 2023Anyone

The 2023 Data & Analytics Summit will bring together hundreds of higher education professionals and national experts who are using data to transform their communities. The Summit includes in-person learning and one day of virtual pre-conference workshops.

Monday, September 18: Virtual pre-conference workshops
Wednesday–Friday, September 20-22: In-person sessions and collaborative peer learning (College Park, Maryland)

Sessions at the Data & Analytics Summit will address how the strategic use of data can advance community colleges as equitable hubs of learning, credentialing, and mobility. Session topics will center on three themes:

  • Expanding postsecondary access to historically disconnected populations
  • Increasing social and economic mobility for students, their families, and their communities
  • Centering equity

Our Data and Analytics Summit attendees will have the opportunity to attend a wide variety of concurrent sessions in the following topic areas:

  • Building Strong Ecosystems for Community Vibrancy
    • Measuring Community Impact: What Data to Collect and How to Use It
    • Structuring Academic Reviews to Support Program Health and Relevancy
    • Improving Collective Impact Work Using the Regional PLC Model for Adaptive Learning
    • Community College Baccalaureates: Assessing the Impact on Access, Equity and Labor Market Outcomes
    • Measuring the Impact of Giving Back to the Community
    • Helping Students Make Data-Informed Decisions about Non-Degree Credentials that Lead to Economic Advancement

    Expanding Equitable Access: What it Means to Belong and Succeed

    • Ensuring Equitable Access:What Data to Collect and How to Use It
    • Understanding the Student Parent Affordability Gap to Drive Policy Decisions
    • Examining the Impact of Financial Aid Policies on Enrollment and Retention
    • Research Priorities for Advancing Equitable Dual Enrollment Policies and Practices
    • Measuring Belonging
    • Managing the Enrollment Pipeline to Engage Historically Disconnected Populations

What attendees said about recent Data & Analytics Summits:

“… excellent summit — I learned some things, met new colleagues, and was re-energized for the work ahead of all of us!”

“The combined [virtual and in-person] style for the conference was innovative versus most organizations being strictly one or the other.”

“ATD’s commitment to professionalism and pragmatic engagement has impressed me from the beginning. This data summit reinforces that impression.”

Who should attend?
Higher education professionals and data teams who want to use data more effectively in equity-minded ways to inform decisions, drive actions to improve student outcomes, and build institutional capacity for sustainable transformational change. This includes individuals in the following roles:

  • Cabinet and mid-level leadership positions
  • Institutional research, institutional effectiveness, research and planning, information technology, and student affairs
  • Academic affairs
  • Business affairs
  • Diversity, equity, and inclusion officers
  • Faculty
  • Students

Thank you to Our Sponsors!

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