Team

The SIRIS Student Analytics Team can be reached by e-mail at siris-support@lists.stanford.edu

 

Jennifer WeldenBusiness Intelligence and Reporting Analyst

Jennifer will be utilizing her experience working with stakeholders across campus to solicit user feedback, meet reporting needs, and grow the reporting functionality of SIRIS.

Justin Lind, Business Intelligence Student Analytics Educator/Analyst

Justin’s focus is on identifying unmet training needs across the campus community and working to improve SIRIS content and functionality.

Clara Carter, Business Intelligence and Reporting Analyst

Clara is a business analyst working on many facets of the SIRIS ecosystem of reports. She is available to do custom training and consulting.  Clara also leads the university-wide SIRIS Program Team which is tasked with charting the course of future reporting developments.

Janice Pang, Senior Business Intelligence and Reporting Analyst

Janice Pang joined the SIRIS team in 2015 as the primary designer for class, course, and instructor data. She’s also conducted training, written hundreds of definitions for the data dictionary, and still enjoys a good data puzzle.

Larisa YakimenkoDecision Support Analyst

Larisa is a business intelligence analyst with experience designing and building data warehouse databases. She is currently supporting internal census processes,  analyzing new requirements, and identifying opportunities to implement new technology solutions.

Kathy MahlerDecision Support Analyst

Kathy works with SIRIS on the academic and administrative org codes.  She is an expert on financial data including SUFIN Legacy and graduate student financial aid.

Lillian Lee, Senior Decision Support Analyst

Lillian led the creation and roll-out of new reporting using census data and has been involved in nearly every aspect of SIRIS over the years.

 

Community

One of the best ways to keep in touch and stay up-to-date on all things SIRIS is to sign up for our siris-news-updates mailing list. You’ll receive our monthly newsletter which contains information about important system updates and changes as well as success stories, tips and tricks, and training opportunities.

SIRIS is a work-in-progress, and its development has been heavily shaped by outreach to and requests from stakeholders across the university. The first release of SIRIS was piloted by a group of early adopters, with participants representing all seven schools and several other business units across campus. We continue to rely on feedback from users to brainstorm new features, identify bugs or data discrepancies, and to vet future data releases.