Dr. Teresa Wonnell, Director
Teresa Wonnell is the Director of Undergraduate Student Analytics. She started at Johns Hopkins in 2005, in enrollment management in Student Affairs. The Undergraduate Student Analytics office grew from there and is now a three-person office.
Teresa earned her bachelor’s degree in physics from the University of Virginia, her master’s degree in materials science engineering from the University of Wisconsin, and her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Maryland at College Park. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the use of dream interpretation within counseling sessions. Prior to Johns Hopkins, Teresa got her start in institutional research at Harford Community College.
Elizabeth Sogge, Sr. Institutional Research Analyst
Liz Sogge joined our office in March of 2018 on a part time, casual basis. In this role, she assisted with data management, data collection and cleaning, Qualtrics account administration, and survey development. She also applied statistical models that analyzed the influence of policies and programming on student social and academic outcomes.
After a promotion to a full-time position in November of 2021, Liz continues to conduct descriptive and predictive analyses to support decision making and to highlight achievements with regard to the student experience. In particular, she gathers insights from survey data to support key institutional priorities that include student retention, engagement, and satisfaction with timely, actionable information summarized into reports and visualizations. Her newer role focuses include the cycle of assessment for Student Affairs as well as the First-Generation Limited Income (FLI) Research program which focuses on FLI undergraduate students.
Liz holds a Bachelor’s in Mathematics and a Master’s of Science in Statistics from the University of Chicago. Prior to working in higher education, Liz worked as an actuary for insurance companies, consulting firms, and the NCCI.
Arica Fong, Data Analyst
Arica supports the office in cleaning data, creating and distributing charts and tables, migrating data sources to our new data warehouse, and creating and outputting surveys for program assessment. One main area of focus is First Generation and Low income student data.
Arica has a Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics from Bucknell University. After graduating she traveled extensively in France, Italy, and the US, working in programming, research, and website maintenance. Prior to joining Undergraduate Student Analytics in November 2019, she worked at Amazon, Inc. as a Data Analyst in Baltimore.
Cam Davis, Graduate Assistant
Cam Davis is a Graduate Assistant in the Office of Undergraduate Student Analytics. They work with survey data and are part of a First Generation/Low-Income research team. They earned a BS in Psychology at Brown University in Spring 2018 and began their MS in School Counseling in Fall 2020. Prior to enrolling in Hopkins, they served several roles including as a Research Assistant at the Brown University Causality and Mind Lab and a Senior Management and Methods Analyst at the Rhode Island Department of Administration.
Sehyun Cho, Graduate Assistant
Sehyun Cho is a Graduate Assistant in the Office of Undergraduate Student Analytics. He assists with the creation/distribution of surveys, quantitative/qualitative data analysis, and report building. Before coming to JHU, he earned a BA in Psychology at the University of Maryland, College Park in December 2020 with a minor in Nonprofit Leadership and Innovation. Currently, he is in the process of earning his MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Hopkins. Prior to joining the office, he was gaining experience as a secondary researcher for the Child Development Lab at UMD.