Dr. Amanda Kay Moske, new Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

Hartwick College Names New Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

February 22, 2016

Hartwick College President Margaret L. Drugovich has announced today that Dr. Amanda Kay Moske has been named Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness. Moske will begin her new duties on March 7, 2016. She joins Hartwick from the University of North Texas, where she has served as a data analyst in the office of Data, Analytics, & Institutional Research.

Moske will be responsible for providing leadership and direction on a broad range of institutional research activities and initiatives that impact the College’s decision-making and effectiveness. In this role, she will serve as the primary source of data for the President, the President’s staff, and the Board of Trustees in monitoring the College’s overall health and progress.

Her main areas of focus will be on data structure, organization and accessibility; evaluation and assessment; and independent research.

Moske has a background in teaching, research, and study in a broad set of disciplines. She served as a Teaching Fellow for seven years at the University of North Texas, teaching graduate and undergraduate classes including Educational Statistics, Psychoeducational Testing & Measurement, Human Development, and Quantitative Methods in Psychology.

She holds a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in psychology from the University of Missouri; a M.S. in Experimental Psychology, a M.S. in Research, Measurement & Evaluation, and a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of North Texas.

During her tenure at the University of North Texas, Moske served on the Program Committee for the Texas Association for Institutional Research (TAIR), and reviewed proposal submissions for the Association for Institutional Research (AIR).

“I am excited for this opportunity to join the Hartwick community,” said Moske. “I look forward to meeting everyone and contributing the continued growth and success of Hartwick.”