Office of Institutional Research and Evaluation, 1900-2007
This collection has:
55.20 cubic ft., 140 digital objects
The Office of Institutional Planning was founded under the direction of John (Jack) A. Dunn Jr. in 1977. It assumed responsibility of publishing the Tufts University Fact Book in the same year. The office changed its name to the Office of Institutional Research in 1989 and began conducting admissions studies. It changed its name again to the Office of Institutional Research and Evaluation in 2006. The Office of Institutional Research and Evaluation is responsible for providing research data and information to a variety of decision makers and departments within Tufts University. Staff members also conduct consultative work in the areas of designing surveys, crafting research proposals, and preparing evaluations.
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