May 5, 2022
Khosla delivers talk on data quality to national audience
“Data Quality — What Is It and Who Is Responsible?” was the title of the talk that Reena Khosla, associate director of data warehouse design and development in the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment at K-State, delivered to the national audience at the Higher Education Data Warehousing Virtual Conference hosted by the University of Illinois.
The Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum is a network of higher education colleagues dedicated to promoting the sharing of knowledge and best practices regarding data management in colleges and universities, including building data warehouses, developing institutional reporting strategies and providing decision support.
The annual forum met last week and this week over four days of informative presentations, lively discussions and networking among colleagues from more than 110 institutions. Khosla’s presentation was well received and generated follow-up discussions due to the topic currently being of interest among various institutions across the nation.
Khosla serves as the executive board member at large at the Higher Education Data Warehousing Forum and will co-chair the Data Governance Level 2 initiative at K-State. Khosla is working with administrative units across campus to inventory data and is serving as one of the core team members in the data warehouse planning, design and implementation process through working with ITS technical leaders and external vendors.