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Presentations

2016

Valcik, N., R. Tarabrella, D. Maust, J. Michael and M. Gaines, 2016.
“Return on Investment for State Report Redesign”. Presented at the Rocky Mountain Association of Institutional Research 2016 Conference in Bozeman, Montana, October 28, 2016.

Valcik, N. and M. Curran, 2016.
"Using GIS in Public Health". Presented April 19, 2016 to the West Virginia University, School of Public Health EPID 611 class.

Valcik, N., and M. Sabharwal, 2016.
“Public Organizations’ use of Human Resources Data: Trials, Tribulations and Determination in Obtaining and Using Accurate Personnel Data.” Presented to the Presented to  the American Society for Public Administration Conference in Seattle March 2016.

2015

Valcik, N., and J. Jiang, 2015.
“Calculating a Faculty Return on Investment without a Formula Funding Mechanism”. Presented to the Rocky Mountain Association of Institutional Research 2015 Conference in Las Vegas, October 8, 2015.

Johnson, J., and N. Valcik, 2015.
“You Overestimate its Power: The Dark Side of Student Data”. Presented to the Rocky Mountain Association of Institutional Research 2015 Conference in Las Vegas, October 8, 2015.

Valcik, N., 2015.
“Using GIS in Public Health”. To be presented April 23, 2015 to the West Virginia University, School of Public Health EPID 611 class.

Valcik, N., 2015.
“Economic Development: Case Studies in Texas Cities”. To be presented April 7, 2015 to The University of Texas at Dallas, Economic, Political and Policy Sciences – Public Affairs PA 6342.OI1 class.

2014

Valcik, N. and C. Perry, 2014.
 “Comparison of Enrollment Projection Models from Two Different Public Research Universities.” Presented to the Rocky Mountain Association of Institutional Research 2014 Conference in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho.

Valcik, N., L. Reynolds, D. Watkins and D. Kosslow, 2014.
 “Lifeblood of a Public Flagship University: The Importance of Determining Tuition and Fees.” Presented to the Rocky Mountain Association of Institutional Research 2014 Conference in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho.

Valcik, N. and D. Servian, 2014.
“Utilizing GIS to Understand Higher Education Institution’s Impact.” Presented at the 2014 West Virginia GIS Conference in Charleston, WV, June 4, 2014.

Valcik, N., 2014.
“HAZMAT Tracking: Compatibility Organizational Theory Case Study.” Presented to the Public Administration Faculty and Student Organization at West Virginia University, March 26, 2014.

Valcik, N., 2014.
“Regulating the Use of Biological Hazardous Materials in Universities: Complying with New Federal Guidelines.” Presented to Public Administration 730 at West Virginia University, March 26, 2014.

Michael, J. & Morris-Dueer, V., 2014.
Institute for Student Learning and Assessment, November, 2014, Kansas State University.
Comprehensive assessment of the West Virginia Adventure Outdoor Orientation Program
The Adventure WV Outdoor Orientation Program research study examines the first-time freshmen (FTF) population who participated in the Adventure West Virginia (AWV) program and compares them to FTF who take the traditional first-year seminar. The focus of this research is first year retention and six-year graduation outcomes for the 2004-2012 freshmen cohorts.

Valcik, N., 2013.
“Rebuilding the RMAIR Organization 2011 – 2013.” Presented at RMAIR 2013 Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Redlinger, L., and N. Valcik, 2002.
“Using Return on Investment Models of Programs and Faculty for Strategic Planning.” Presented at the 2001 Rocky Mountain Association for Institutional Research conference in Vail, Colorado and the 2002 Association for Institutional Research conference in Toronto, Canada.

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