Director of Institutional Research departs North Central

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Responsibilities to be redistributed

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Casey Rozowski stepped down from his position as Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness on Nov. 13. There are plans in place to fill his position. Photo provided by Marketing.

 

Casey Rozowski, the Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, left his position at North Central on Nov. 13 to take an identical position at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.

“We will have to assess replacement options in light of larger staffing and institutional needs,” Donald Tucker, the vice president of academic affairs, said in an email. The responsibilities of the position Rozowski is leaving behind will be handed out to other departments for the remainder of this semester and possibly the academic term.

In an email, Rozowski said, “I have enjoyed my time at NCU and I am grateful for the opportunities it has brought me.”

The position of Director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness was created by Thomas Burkman, the former vice president of academic affairs and current dean of graduate studies, in 2012. Rozowski was in charge of developing the office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness, and also worked as an assistant professor of mathematics.

Recently, Rozowski has been an integral part in developing the new computer science and computer information systems degree programs. The students he had been advising will be assigned to other professors in the college of arts & sciences.

Daniel Nelson, the dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, said that another professor had been hired already to fill the position Rozowski left. Mike Bundy will take over the computer sciences program, which will be offering two courses in the spring. Bundy is a 2002 computer science graduate from the University of Washington.

“Professor Rozowski has been a great asset to this institution, has provided competent and innovative leadership, and we are grateful for his work,” Nelson said in an email.