Liz Sanders is the associate vice president for Institutional Research and Market Analytics. She has been involved in research on higher education and enrollment management issues for over 20 years. Her office is responsible for institutional research and reporting (as traditionally found in higher education), enrollment research and market analytics (including decision management support and strategic outcomes analysis), and data infrastructure (including data warehouse development).
Liz rejoined DePaul in January 2001, having served in the Office of Institutional Planning and Research in the early 1990s. Prior to her return, she was employed at the Illinois Institute of Technology where she founded and directed the institutional research office, coordinating studies of admission and enrollment trends, student attitudes and perceptions, and completion rates. Her professional interests include the application of market research concepts to higher education and leveraging information technology and provocative visual information displays to facilitate the flow of institutional knowledge. Liz has her PhD in applied social psychology from Loyola University Chicago.