Faculty Data Governance

The Data Governance model is borrowed from the healthcare industry to help with transparency and constituent agency. The idea here is that any survey that is done internally or externally that gathers data that affects constituents should allow for their voice in the process. There are three major components to the process are data communication, data analysis, and data governance. 

Data Governance @ DU

Since Summer of 2019, the Data Governance Committee has collaborated with the VPFA and other stakeholders to engage in activities to forward the work on faculty data cleanliness, processes, and governance to advance DU university-wide initiatives.  This collaboration fosters faculty agency in governing the goals, methodology, dissemination of data, and communications as it effects decision-making processes related to faculty throughout the university. 

Examples include but are not limited to:

Committee Members

Benjamin Williams

Daniels College of Business

Bobbie Kite

University College

Gohar Tovbis

Information Technology

Jenn Bellamy

Graduate School of Social Work

Kate Willink

Vice Provost of Faculty Affairs

Kelly Elliot

Graduate School of Professional Psychology

Katia Miler

Institute Research and Analysis Office

Lauren Turner

Libraries

Maria Vukovich

Graduate School of Professional Psychology

Mary Claire Loftus

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Mike Furno

Institute Research and Analysis Office

Nicole Nicotera

Graduate School of Social Work

Renee Botta

Faculty Senate President

Ryan Elmore

Daniels College of Business

Sarah Watamura

College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

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