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NCAA Data Summit

The NCAA Data Summit is an annual event designed for athletics administrators at all levels. The goals of the summit are to increase awareness of how data is being used in intercollegiate athletics and higher education, provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss data-driven decision-making with their peers and foster an ecosystem of data users in the intercollegiate athletics administration community.

The 2020 NCAA Data Summit will be held virtually for the first time due to the COVID-19 pandemic, with sessions held in a series throughout the year. Continue reading for more details on the schedule of sessions and topics. To participate in a virtual session, click on the links below.

2020 NCAA Data Summit Series

Date Title Presenter(s)
August 20
Noon EST
Biometrics Data Panel
Panel discussion on the collection and use of student-athlete data.
Pam Bruzina, Missouri
Karen Weaver, Drexel
Shelby Lee, University of California, Irvine (SVPC SAAC Rep.)
Jessica Kerr, NCAA Office of Legal Affairs
Dr. John Parsons, NCAA Sport Science Institute (Moderator)


Creating Efficiencies Through Data and Other Research Projects to Help Mitigate the Impact of COVID-19 Dr. Dave Schrader, Teradata Network
Collection and Sharing of Data on High Impact Practices Robert Gonyea, Indiana and National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
Lydia Bell, NCAA research
Using IPP and Other Data Sources to Evaluate Sport Programs Tricia Brandenburg, Towson University
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Data Discussions Series

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