The goal of presenting initial COACHE data results to the University of Denver community is to invite the campus to examine the data and become fluent in the areas to be improved and work together to find solutions that improve DU faculty life. The governance of data access and communication will be faculty led to assure transparency of both the process of the data presentation as well as how it will be used to address faculty-designated issues and needs across campus. Access to the survey data as well as how to navigate the data as presented will be addressed to develop an ethos of openness and trust. If you have any questions or requests around data access and interpretation please contact the COACHE Executive Committee.

COACHE is the first pilot of the new shared data governance model.

Shared Data Governance Model

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Shared Data Governance Model
Communication Data Analysis Data Governance Executive Committee

Communication

  • Subject matter experts gleaning insight
  • Interpretation
  • Decision making
  • Transform data
  • Visualizations
  • Messaging for multiple audiences

Committee Members

Bobbie Kite, UCOL
Darrin Hicks, Faculty Senate President
Dean Saitta, CAHSS
Kate Willink, Vice Provost, Faculty Affairs
Kim Gorgens , GSPP
Nancy Sasaki, NSM
Roberto Corrada, SCOL
Sarah Watamura, CAHSS

Data Analysis

  • Clean data
  • Qualitative & Quantitative research
  • Hypothesis testing
  • Trends
  • Transparency
  • Data repository

Committee Members

Benjamin Williams, DCB
Bobbie Kite, UCOL
Chip Reichardt, CAHSS
Katia Miller & Mike Furno, IR
Nicole Nicotera, GSSW

Data Governance

  • Data integrity
  • Establish parameters
  • Data infrastructure
  • Ask & answer questions
  • Business needs
  • Count specific reporting

Committee Members

Bernard Chao, SCOL
Bobbie Kite, UCOL
Margareta Stefanovic, RSECS
Mike Furno, IR
Rohini Ananthakrishnan, IT

Executive Committee

Committee Members

Kate Willink, Vice Provost, Faculty Affairs
Darrin Hicks, Faculty Senate President
Bobbie Kite, UCOL

New projects will flow in and between the data analysis, governance, and communication committees. Since COACHE data have already been analyzed by Harvard, these results have been passed along to the data governance and data communications committee for release.  A secondary analysis of the COACHE data will be performed and those results will be funneled through this new shared data governance model for future release. 

COACHE Timeline

Cool Timeline

April 2022Survey
Spring Quarter 2020Engagement
Spring Quarter 2020Engagement
Spring Quarter 2020 Share Results
March 2020Share Results
Winter Quarter 2020Data Analysis
February 20, 2020Engagement

COACHE Town Hall

Time: 4-6 pm Location: Anderson Academic Commons 290 Come learn about the new Faculty Data Governance Structure and COACHE Survey Results and engage with your peers on diving into what this all means moving forward for faculty life and change initiatives.

December 2019/January 2020Data Analysis
January 2020Share Results
November 2019Receive Results