Lisa Saucedo, Research Analyst

Ms. Lisa Saucedo has worked in IR for over 10 years in various positions with increasing responsibility; initially as a student research assistant and currently as a Research Analyst. Ms. Saucedo’s duties include collecting, analyzing, and reporting quantitative and qualitative data to inform campus decision-making and support planning in areas such as admissions, curriculum, enrollment management, student life, athletics, and alumni relations. She also responds to ad hoc data requests from departments, administrators, and committees on a wide-range of topics including academic performance, outcomes assessment, university and department accreditation, self-studies, grant reporting, survey development, and various student enrollment and persistence reports.

Ms. Saucedo is also responsible for routine reporting to external constituents, including the CSU Office of the Chancellor, government bodies (i.e., National Center for Education Statistic’s Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System, National Collegiate Athletic Association) to the public (i.e., Voluntary System of Accountability’s College Portrait, Common Data Set), various college guide publishers (i.e., U.S. News and World Report, Princeton Review), and regional and national accreditation organizations. She performs these tasks utilizing her thorough knowledge of reporting requirements, statistics, research methods, and computer-based reporting tools (i.e., IBM SPSS Statistics, Microsoft Excel, Hyperion Designer, PeopleSoft Query, and Qualtrics Research Suite).

Ms. Saucedo is an alumnus of CSU Stanislaus, having received her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Communications in December 2002. She will continue her graduate studies at CSU Stanislaus in fall 2012 in the Public Administration master’s degree program.