Assistant Vice President
Julie Carpenter-Hubin began her career at The Ohio State University in 1981 and is currently Assistant Vice President of Institutional Research and Planning (IRP). She holds a BA in German and an MA in public policy and administration, both from Ohio State. Her long career at that institution has included such diverse responsibilities as developing out-of-class research and service opportunities for high ability undergraduate students, academic facilities planning, and creating university and college level performance indicators.
Julie serves as Ohio State’s representative to the Association of American Universities Data Exchange (AAUDE) and has served as a member and former chair of AAUDE’s governing council. She is a member of the Association of American Universities Graduate Education Data Task Force, and of the National Research Council’s Data Panel, which advised the NRC’s Committee on an Assessment of Research-Doctorate Programs on the final form of the institutional, program, faculty, and student questionnaires used in the assessment. She chaired the 2006 Association for Institutional Research (AIR) Track on Higher Education Collaborations, Policy Issues and Accountability, and served as President of the Ohio Association for Institutional Research and Planning for 2004-05. Julie was recently elected to serve as Associate Forum Chair for the 2009 AIR Annual Forum and the Forum Chair for the 2010 meeting. She has served as a consultant on institutional research to universities both in the United States and abroad.
Julie’s research interests include performance measurement in higher education and using performance measurement to develop improvement strategies. She has presented her work in this area at meetings of AIR and has been an invited speaker by the American Strategic Management Institute. Her publications include “The Balanced Scorecard: Beyond Reports and Rankings,” co-authored with Alice Stewart, in the Winter 2000-01 edition of Planning for Higher Education and “Making Measurement Meaningful,” co-authored with Eunice Hornsby, in the Association for Institutional Research’s Fall 2005 Professional File.