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Workshop: A Deep Dive into STARS Version 2.2 Data Quality
February 8 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
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This workshop offers strategies, tools and activities to develop and hone literacy around STARS version 2.2 criteria, with the ultimate goal of helping institutions efficiently submit and publish high-quality and accurate STARS reports.
We’ll wade into the topic with an overview that covers basic principles of STARS data quality, the review and revision process, pertinent resources and important deadlines for data sharing and recognition. A deep dive into data quality will include a review of common issues to watch out for across all credits, along with a closer look at commonly misinterpreted credits and other credits identified by attendees. A segment on report review will offer guidance around the reporting assurance process and credits, to encourage strong buddy lines between reviewers and those working to address reviewer feedback.
This workshop is specific to STARS version 2.2, and is ideal for STARS liaisons, data collectors, and prospective report reviewers who plan to engage in data collection and submission, and/or review a version 2.2 report in the upcoming year. A similar offering will be available later for STARS version 3.0, which we expect to release in the second quarter of 2024. Upon signing up for this workshop, you will be asked a few short questions to help us build and present content that is most valuable to you.
AASHE workshops are usually priced as in the table below. We understand that costs can present a barrier to attendance and participation and we generally offer a scholarship program for all of AASHE’s virtual education programs. However, for this workshop, we’d like to try something different and offer a sliding scale payment model. All amounts give equal access to the workshop. To check a visual description of this model, visit Massachusetts Peace Action – Sliding Scale Guidance Page.
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Discounts are available for group registration. A limited number of scholarships are available to individuals who need financial assistance to participate. Please apply two weeks before the program begins (e.g., 1/25/2024) to be considered for a scholarship for this workshop.
- Registration deadline is Thursday, February 8, 12:00 p.m. ET
- Payment is accepted in the form of Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover cards.
If you need to pay by check or ACH, please contact us at least 5 weeks prior to the event start date. Registration using these forms of payment must be received 4 weeks prior to the event start date and full payment must be received by AASHE within 2 weeks of event start date.
- Cancellation Policy: A 20% processing fee applies to any cancellation prior to January 29, 2024. No refunds will be given after January 29, 2024.
- No substitutions are allowed.
- Registered participants will receive access to the recording after the live event.
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Robin Frederick, STARS Liaison for IUS and AASHE STARS & Resources Intern, AASHE
Robin is currently AASHE’s STARS & Resources intern, where she assists with STARS submission reviews and provides administrative and technical support in the ongoing development of AASHE resources. She is a graduate student at the University of Louisville, pursuing a Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, with a concentration in Sustainability. She currently serves on U of Louisville’s Sustainability Council’s operations and academic committees. Robin served as the STARS Liaison for Indiana University Southeast (IUS), where she introduced the institution to STARS and completed the institution’s inaugural report, leading them to a Silver rating. She has been an advocate for AASHE and STARS since she was an IUS undergraduate student. She has collaborated with stakeholders across Indiana University regional campuses, and has presented on how STARS reporting can drive innovation in higher education, and how libraries can support sustainability initiatives and STARS reporting on regional campuses.
Monika Urbanski, Senior Manager, Data Quality, Resources and Publications, AASHE
Monika joined AASHE in Summer 2011 and manages AASHE publications, resources and STARS data quality. Monika manages the STARS collaborative review and revision process, and over her 10+ years working with STARS, Monika developed and refined data quality mechanisms and processes to enhance report accuracy and protect the credibility of STARS. Before coming to AASHE, Monika worked in institutional research, planning and assessment at Frostburg State University. During that time, she helped launch the University’s Learning Green, Living Green (LGLG) sustainability initiative and developed LGLG’s first climate action plan. Monika holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in Foreign Languages from Frostburg State.
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