Duquesne University Office of Planning, Budgeting and Institutional Research Names New Director
The Office of Planning, Budgeting & Institutional Research at Duquesne University has promoted Matt North to director of institutional research and planning.
North, who had served as director of enrollment research and systems at Duquesne, replaces former director Jim Ritchie, who retired.
Institutional research and planning provides the University enrollment census and produces the annual Duquesne University Fact Book. The office also responds to publishers’ survey requests and provides enrollment data for federal and state reporting mandates, most notably the IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Educational Data System) requirements. Additionally, institutional research provides enrollment forecasts for budget projections.
He is a resident of Muddy Creek Township, Butler County.
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