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K-State Today

May 10, 2017



Miriam Clark and Ian Czarnezki present at 2017 Higher Education Data Warehouse conference

By Sarah Hancock

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Miriam Clark, systems analyst with the K-State Information Systems Office, and Ian Czarnezki, director of operations with the Office of the Vice President for Research, presented "I Can't Wait for IT! Self-Service BI at Kansas State University" at the 2017 Higher Education Data Warehouse Annual Conference in April in Tucson, Arizona. 

Clark and Czarnezki discussed an enterprise analytics initiative designed to support data-driven decision-making to help meet institutional challenges. Their team has worked to provide a self-service business intelligence interface to K-State researchers and decision-makers to view extramural funding awards and other information. More information about the interface will be shared with campus soon.

The Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum is a network of higher education colleagues dedicated to promoting the sharing of knowledge and best practices regarding knowledge management in colleges and universities, including building data warehouses, developing institutional reporting strategies and providing decision support.

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