New York University has selected Eduardo Molina as its next Assistant Vice President for Institutional Research. He will be joining NYU starting May 15th, 2017.
Eduardo has been the Director of Institutional Research at the University of Southern California for the past six years. A former Fulbright Scholar, he first started working at The World Bank/Ministry of Education in El Salvador before embarking on a career in Institutional Research. Over the past twenty years, he has held various positions in IR, most recently at USC and Georgetown University.
Eduardo's areas of expertise include data mining, predictive modeling, assessment, and evaluation. Currently, he serves on several university-wide committees at USC such as Strategic Planning, Graduation and Retention, First-generation Task Force, and Veteran Affairs. He completed coursework as a doctoral candidate in Program Evaluation and Education Research and has a MA in Education from the University of Louisville. His undergraduate degree is in Communications/Journalism from the University of Kansas.
Sean Farrell led this search with Gail Gregory.