Peer Institutions Analysis for the Naval Postgraduate School, December 2008
Sokol, Denise P.
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The purpose of this report is to provide a peer institution analysis for the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) covering a broad variety of topic areas and variables. NPS requested that the analysis include macro-level information from readily available data sources about resources, academic programs, faculty composition and activity, research activity, staffing, fund-raising, alumni engagement, student composition and demographics, relevant student progress information, number and types of degrees awarded, institutional facilities information, and levels of support for administrative areas. These topic areas were examined and variables were developed. The resulting data and analyses fall into seven categorical groupings: academic programs, students, faculty, staffing, resources, research, and facilities and this report is organized into these broad categories with relevant sub-sections. Also included in the report is a discussion of peer analysis in general, cautions and concerns about the data, and suggestions for further research.
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