Lisa Slack (Manager, Institutional Analysis)
Throughout her time at Michener, Lisa Slack’s role has changed and adapted, leading her to a number of great initiatives. Currently in her role as the Manager of Institutional Analysis, Lisa is primarily involved in the collection and analysis of data for Comprehensive Reviews and annual reporting activities, as well as facilitating Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) initiatives. Key Performance Indicator (KPI) data, course-faculty evaluation data, and qualitative data collected through stakeholder engagement are fundamental to the work she does.
Phone: 416.596.3101 ext. 1921
Contact Lisa for: Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Consultation & Support and Strategic Program Reviews
Emily MacLeod, Ph.D. (Research Associate)
Emily MacLeod is the Research Associate in the Applied Educational Research Department. Emily specializes in turning messy datasets into meaningful information, and data storytelling. Emily has a B.Sc. in Biological Science from the University of Guelph, and a PhD in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Toronto. Emily also completed a program in Big Data and Advanced Analytics at Ryerson University, and has extensive experience in science communication having lead workshops and citizen science groups at the High Park Nature Centre and at the Evergreen Brickworks.
Phone: 416.596.3101 ext. 3442
Contact Emily for: Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Data, Quantitative Analysis, and Research Projects
Emma MacLean, M.A. (Research Assistant)
Emma MacLean is the Research Assistant in the Applied Educational Research Department. She specializes in survey design and is responsible for collecting and analyzing institutional data in the form of Course-Faculty Evaluations and End of Clinical Cycle Reports, among other surveys and research initiatives here at Michener. Emma has a B.A. in International Relations from Brock University and a M.A in Political Science from the University of Guelph. She has worked on multiple research projects concerning cardiac health and cognitive function at the Hamilton General Hospital. She has also worked extensively with homecare workers through her efforts to educate and mobilize Nurses and PSWs in order to improve working conditions, patient safety, and the overall quality of community care as a Labour Organizer.
Phone: 416.596.3101 ext. 2340
Contact Emma for: Course-Faculty Evaluations, Qualitative Analysis, and Survey Design
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