Thomas Enderlein is the Senior Data Analyst for Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. As a member of the Office of Institutional Effectiveness, he informs Harrisburg University policymakers on a variety of topics including enrollment models, monitoring academic achievement, and graduation trends. In addition to internal analysis, Thomas manages the external survey reporting for the institution including the Integrated Postsecondary Educational Data System (IPEDS) and multiple post-secondary college profile initiatives. He is a member of the University’s Institutional Review Board for Undergraduate, Graduate, and Faculty research projects, and serves on the University’s Data Governance team. His research interests include post-secondary education policy, leadership studies, undergraduate access initiatives, and trends in higher education finance.
Ph.D. University at Albany, State University of New York, Education Policy & Leadership
Dissertation Title: Graduate Student Financial Support: An Empirical Profile (2017)
M.S. Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, Organizational Development & Leadership
M.A. West Chester University of Pennsylvania, Philosophy
B.A. Franklin & Marshall College, Philosophy