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Why Universities Need Institutional Researchers More Than They Realize?

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This paper discusses the benefits of universities maintaining and utilizing institutional researchers, citing specific examples of invaluable research conducted that proved instrumental in providing data and surveys for key papers and discussions by faculty at other institutions, as well as the importance in using offices of institutional research to guide decision-making at universities.

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2004-04-27

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higher education; institutional researchers; resource allocation

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Required Publisher Statement: Published by the Cornell Higher Education Research Institute, Cornell University.

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