Leveraging Predictive Analytics in Support of Student Success

Tuesday, September 26 | 1:40PM–2:40PM ET
Session Type: Virtual
Representatives from three institutions will describe their approaches to using predictive analytics models and will share associated ethical considerations and risks in using big data in support of students.

  • Review different approaches to implementing the use of predictive models in support of student success

  • Develop a more nuanced understanding of what it takes to educate staff, faculty, and administrators about using the insights that predictive models can offer

  • Explore some of the ethical questions that arise from introducing this new technology across campus


  • Timothy Renick

    Executive Director, National Institute for Student Success, Georgia State University
  • Chris Romano

    Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, Ramapo College of New Jersey
  • Rick Sluder

    Vice Provost for Student Success and Dean of University College, Middle Tennessee State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Session Slides 1

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  • Session Slides 2

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  • Session Slides 3

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  • Transcript

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  • Recording

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