Elizabeth Hance was the Data Analyst on the Research and Program Assessment team in the Office of Student Academic Success through 2021. She helped to develop descriptive and inferential models to explore past and current patterns of student admission, enrollment, retention, and graduation, and to estimate the impact of selected policies or programs on these outcomes. She also assisted with the planning, development, and reporting of assessment metrics to support continuous improvement in the execution of OSAS missions and goals. Elizabeth earned a Master's of Mathematical Sciences in Computational Sciences from The Ohio State University and a Bachelor's of Science in Applied Mathematics from Marshall University. Before joining the Research and Program Assessment team, Elizabeth taught calculus as a Graduate Teaching Associate at The Ohio State University and worked as a researcher in the field of mathematical bioscience.