Data Analytics: Regulators Use Them. Should You?

NACUA Annual Conference

Mary Mulligan
San Francisco Marriot Marquis
June 26
3:00 PM

Mary Mulligan moderated a panel entitled "Data Analytics: Regulators Use Them. Should You?" at The National Association of College and University Attorneys (NACUA)'s Annual Conference held from June 26-29 in San Francisco, CA. 

The panel defined data analytics in the context of a university compliance environment and explored how University Counsel, Internal Audit, Compliance Offices, and Academic Departments can collaboratively use performance metrics or analytics to monitor, measure, and achieve compliance outcomes.  It provided background on industry trends for using data analytics, with a particular focus on the recent use of analytics by federal agencies, and described how these trends have translated to institutions developing proactive processes for managing compliance with analytics, including research compliance and other core compliance functions at universities.

Panelists included Jonathan Links, Vice Provost and Chief Risk and Compliance Officer of John Hopkins University, Anne Sullivan Pifer, Senior Director at Huron Consulting Group, and Mark B. Rotenberg, Special Counsel at WilmerHale.  The panel took place on Sunday, June 26th from 3 - 4:15 PM at the Marriot Marquis located at 780 Mission St, San Francisco, CA.