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Chris has been the Director of Institutional Research and Planning since October, 2000. He previously served as Director of Institutional Analysis at the University of Victoria, as the first Director of Institutional Research at the University of Northern British Columbia, and as Senior Policy Analyst in Athabasca University's Centre for Distance Education. Prior to entering the institutional research and planning field, Chris was an instructor at Ryerson University and a policy analyst/researcher in the energy and resources field.
Chris received his undergraduate degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Ryerson, and his master's degree in Environmental Studies from York University. His research interests include accountability and performance measurement in post-secondary education, enrolment projection and management tools, and survey-based analysis and evaluation methods.
Chris’s personal interests include baseball, music, baseball, music, music, baseball and gourmet cooking.
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A graduate from Queen's in 1975 (B.Sc. Biology) and in 1985 (M.Sc. Population Ecology), Roger has worked in various capacities around Queen's for over 31 years, starting with Computing Services in 1980 and moving to Arts & Science (1984), then Resources Planning (1985)--now renamed Institutional Research and Planning.
Roger recently became the full-time Coordinator of the U15 Data Exchange working on a two-year secondment.
His new role carries on from his longtime involvement with the U15DE which started in 1999 as the G10 then increased to the G13 in 2007 and now the U15 in 2010. The Data Exchange collects data and carries out studies of interest to the Canada-wide U15 Research Intensive universities.
When not spinning pivot tables, Roger can be found cycling on area roads and trails, sailing on Lake Ontario or working on his golf swing. His youngest daughter is starting third year at UVic, his middle son owns a bicycle store in Kingston and oldest son works in Toronto.
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Brian is an Institutional Research Analyst, where he has applied his number-crunching skills in the areas of enrolment planning, Maclean's, and various institutional areas for the last several years. Prior to joining the office, Brian worked for various other departments at Queen's. Before then, he worked as an economist and business analyst with the Ontario government and Canadian Pacific.
Brian holds a B.A. (Hons.) in Economics from Queen's, an M.A. and M.Phil in Economics from Columbia, and an MBA from Queen's.
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Sara graduated from Queen's Geography in 1994 and went on to complete the GIS Applications Specialist program at Fleming College in 1996. Before returning to Queen's she worked for an IT consulting firm in Toronto as a GIS Programmer, and as an Application Developer with a fleet management firm. Sara works as a Research Analyst with Institutional Research & Planning. Her interest is in the methodological approaches to working with data, through database manipulation and statistical analysis.
An obsessed runner, Sara is continuously plotting her next marathon attempt or trail race adventure, and has recently added snowshoe running to her list of fun things to do. She hopes to try an ultra marathon in the near future.
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Wendy moved to Kingston in 1981 to attend Queen’s and liked it so much she never left. She graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) in Statistics and worked for the NCIC Clinical Trials Group at Queen’s for over 25 years before joining Institutional Research and Planning. Her experience includes database management, programming and statistical reporting.
When she’s not in a gym cheering on her kids, Wendy attempts to hang onto her youth by playing competitive soccer. She also enjoys gardening, photography and travelling.
Kim has an extensive background in office administration and client service, both in the public and private sector. She worked for Academic Computing Services and Henson College, at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia before moving to Kingston, Ontario in July 1996. She joined Queen's in December 2000.
Personal interests include nature photography, walking, archaeology, listening to jazz, blogging, and doting on her fur kids.