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Kristin Walker, Ph.D.

Kristin Walker, Ph.D.

Associate Director of Analytics and Initiatives

Clemson University Center for Career and Professional Development

Greenville, South Carolina Area, us

Strategically Empowering Students to Acheive Professional Goals

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Clemson University Center for Career and Professional Development

Associate Director of Analytics and Initiatives

• Leading the development of campus-wide competency initiative with networking and conference events
• Working with University of Tampa to co-hort a competency symposium in May 2017
• Provide ongoing training, reports, and analysis to 25+ staff members on center’s assessment efforts and progress
• Coordinate the development of center goals and reporting of data to division and university entities
• Supervise a full-time employee that oversees graduate programs, off-campus internships, and social media
• Provide one counseling block since changing roles in center and met 310+ students to date
• Delivered 70+ presentations to 3,000+ students, faculty, and staff since changing roles in the center
• Led team of faculty and staff to develop and execute an event where 100+ students heard the university president and top executive from General Electric speak about the skills employers are seeking from graduates
• Led team of faculty, staff, and students to conduct the center’s first half-day conference on career competencies
• Worked on a team to develop a dynamic or interactive data and analytics webpage for stakeholders to generate individualized reports from the center’s First Destination Survey
• Utilized NACE’s recommendations to align the center’s First Destination Survey
• Coordinated informal audit of center’s operations, resources, and practices using the CAS and NACE standards
• Worked on a team to have 15 internship courses approved through the undergraduate curriculum committee
• Achieved having the center’s first graduate internship course approved by the graduate curriculum committee
• Worked on a team to develop a university-wide definition for experiential learning and internships approved by each five college deans and the provost
• Facilitated strategic partnerships to streamline collaborations with departments such as fraternity/sorority life, new student and family programs, graduate school, and international student serves