College Names New Institutional Researcher

 Barbara “BJ” Nicoletti has been named the new director of Institutional Research and Reporting at Clackamas Community College. The board approved the new hire at its June meeting. 

Nicoletti has more than 20 years’ experience in applied research work with nonprofit health, human service and educational institutions. She worked most recently as the manager of Institutional Research at Linn Benton Community College in Albany. Nicolette was the owner and director of research for Program and Organizational Assessment LLC for a dozen years, and the senior research analyst for Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.

Nicoletti earned a doctorate at Portland State University in educational leadership.

The director of Institutional Research and Reporting provides a broad range of planning, research, evaluation and reporting services that support academic and administrative reporting and planning. The director coordinates responses to requests from governmental agencies and associations for survey and report information.

For more information, please contact BJ Nicoletti at 503-594-6140. 

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