Academic Analytics is a resource for by-department information on faculty scholarly activity. Academic Analytics assembles information on publications, citations, federal grants, and professional honorific awards. This tool provides information on some of the scholarly accomplishments of our faculty and how our departments compare nationally. Additional information on Academic Analytics is available at, www.academicanalytics.com.
UW-Madison and how it works with Academic Analytics
Faculty Department/PhD Program Relationships
Faculty are often authorized to chair doctoral committees in programs located outside of their tenured department. Annually PhD program coordinators are asked to submit a list of faculty approved to be major professors in each PhD program. The following documents, organized by school/college, were created in order to show the relationship between tenure home departments and PhD programs.
Authorized Academic Analytics users may view information on faculty scholarly productivity for UW-Madison departments by logging in through to the Academic Analytics portal. Additional resources not available in the portal are available here.
Academic Analytics may be accessed only by individuals approved by deans or their designee. To obtain access to Academic Analytics, please have the dean or their designee contact Allison La Tarte (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information collected by Academic Analytics that is publicly available is used to create scholar profiles. Faculty Insight is an internal tool available to the UW-Madison community to identify potential partners for collaboration, explore additional funding opportunities and find experts at UW-Madison. Scholars with a profile are able to edit their profile or opt-out of appearing through Faculty Insight.