2022 AIRUM Annual Conference Schedule

Conference materials will be distributed at registration at the conference hotel. Please see the schedule below for more information about when registration will be open.

Conference registration fee includes breakfast and lunch on Thursday, breakfast on Friday, and snacks/beverages during breaks and evening social gatherings.

Wednesday, November 2

11:00-5:00 pm             Conference Registration Open
12:30-2:00 pm Welcome/NC-SARA Workshop
State Authorization Reciprocity Data Reporting: the SARA landscape and institutional approaches
2:10-3:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions
1. Pandemic Changes in High School to College Enrollment Patterns

2. 100% Employee Participation in Assessment Processes Highlighting IR

3. Postcollegiate Outcomes: Diverse Pathways to Health Professional Degrees and Jobs

3:10-4:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions

1. "We Are Listening": Monthly Student Surveys

2. Perspectives on Strategic Planning (Panel)

3. Identifying Peer Institutions for Midwestern Technical Colleges

4:10-5:00 pm

Concurrent Sessions

1. Red Light, Yellow Light, Green Light, Go! Driving a Strategic Plan through Disruption

2. Lessons & Insights from Student & Employee Campus Climate Research

3. Don't talk about me with out me: The human side of sharing student success data

5:00-6:30 pm            Social/Networking

 

Thursday, November 3

7:30 am-12:00 pm            Conference Registration Open
8:30 am-9:55 am Breakfast Buffet/Welcome
10:00-10:50 am

Concurrent Sessions

1. Using Federal Data Sources to Create a Metric for Identifying Rural-Serving Postsecondary Institutions

2. Creating Custom Reports Using R and R Markdown, For Free!

3. Building Faculty Trust in Assessment

11:00-11:50 am

Concurrent Sessions

1. Leading Beyond 2020: Leadership in Institutional Research & Effectiveness

2. How Cornell College Accelerated their Data Maturity

3. UW System High Impact Practices: Supporting Student Success

12:00-1:30 pm Lunch & Opening Keynote: Nathan Grawe
1:40-2:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions

1. There is an A.P.P. for That-Realistic Academic Program Potential for Faculty

2. The Demographic Drought - Bridging the Gap in Our Labor Force

3. Changing the Lens: Recalculating Persistence & Completion Data with Single Response to American Indian/Alaska Native

2:40-3:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions

1. Getting more than you put in: Maximizing reporting and exporting features in your assessment technology

2. Where did they come from and where did they go? Automate your Student Tracker data

3. Supporting General Education Reform: Use of Multiple Student Cohorts

3:30-3:45 pm Break - Sponsored by Watermark
3:45-4:15 pm AIRUM Business Meeting
4:15-6:15 pm Social/Networking

 

Friday, November 4

7:30 am Coffee/Beverage Service
8:00-8:50 am

Concurrent Sessions

1. Revising the Strategic Plan Related to HSI (Hispanic Serving Institution)

2. Institutional Approaches to Managing a Tableau Server Site (Panel)

3. Student Success of Part-Time Non-traditional Students Attending Face-to-Face and Online Course Modalities in Traditional Terms and Accelerated Terms

9:00-10:30 am     Breakfast Buffet & Closing Keynote: Bethany Miller
10:40-11:30 am   

Concurrent Sessions

1. And the Survey Says...Insights and Ideas for Ensuring a Meaningful Survey Experience (Panel)

2. 15 to Finish: Examining Credit Hour Behaviors with Respect to Precollege Credits

3. Student EGO - Enrolled, Graduated, and Out - Modeling Student Enrollment Flow in Power BI

11:40-12:30 pm

Concurrent Sessions

1. Innovation in Strategic Planning

2. UW System Workforce Analytics Dashboard

3. Book Talk: Discussion of Nathan Grawe's 'The Agile College'