Lindsay Buchko

Dir, Institutional Research
Institutional Research

Lindsay Buchko

Phone Numbers

202-448-7037 (V)
202-250-2632 (VP)

Email

lindsay.buchko@gallaudet.edu

Location

College Hall 412

Education:

  • Ph.D., Walden University, Public Health: Epidemiology, 2016
  • M.S., Rochester Institute of Technology, Applied Statistics, 2005
  • B.S., Rochester Institute of Technology, Industrial Engineering, 2003

Short Biography:

Dr. Buchko came to Gallaudet in 2008 with a wealth of coporate experience.  She was an industrial engineer with Intel Corportation for three years.  She had also worked at International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation and at IBM's Thomas J. Watson Research Center, and with Motorola Corporation.  At Gallaudet, she served as a coordinator for the General Studies Program for six years.  She developed and taught Quantitative Reasoning courses for liberal arts majors.  In addition to her classroom initiatives, Dr. Buchko served as a member of the Gallaudet Faculty Senate and Faculty Salary and Benefits Committee.  In 2014, Dr. Buchko joined the Office of Academic Quality and continues to serve as the Director of Institutional Research.

Dr. Buchko spends her "free" time participating in various activities that keeps her moving, including and not limited to running, cycling, hiking, and kayaking.  She also enjoys traveling, reading, and boating.

 

GSR 104: Quantitative Reasoning
GSR 230: Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning in Context
MAT 130: Pre-calculus

Presentations:

  • "Data to Action: Improving Institutional Equity Outcomes," Northeast Association for Institutional Research (November, 2016)
  • "From Data to Action: Transforming Quantitative and Qualitative Research to Community-Wide Action for Improvement in Equity Outcomes", Center for Student Retention Data Exchange (November, 2016)
  • "Using HEDS Data to Generate Action for Faculty Development: What Do the Results Mean for Faculty and Next Steps", Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium (June, 2016)

Awards:

  • Director's Award: "From Data to Action: Transforming Quantitative and Qualitative Research to Community-Wide Action for Improvement in Equity Outcomes", Center for Student Retention Data Exchange (November, 2016)

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