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Coalition for Next Generation Life Science

The Ohio State University is committed to providing comprehensive and transparent information on graduate and post-doctoral study to help students, faculty, staff, and external audiences understand the performance of each program within the university.

The goal of providing this performance information is to help graduate students and post-doctoral trainees understand current metrics on what various degrees can do to improve their career growth but also provide additional information on alternative career paths outside of academia.

In order to help provide this information in a clear and attainable manner, Ohio State has joined the Coalition for Next Generation Life Science which is a central host of data from various schools around the United States. 

Coalition of Life Sciences Data Visualizations Dashboards

The Ohio State University Graduate School, through collaborations with many partners, has brought together a set of data visualization dashboards that provide insight into current trends of graduates students pursuing degrees at The Ohio State University and outcome trends for Phd Alumni and Post Doctoral Students.

Student and Program Reports

The Student and Program Reports contain information on admissions, enrollments, retention, and graduation for Ohio State graduate students, with data going back to 2009.  The data can be filtered by year and program within each tab.

PHD Alumni Outcomes Reports

The PHD Alumni Outcomes Reports contain information on Alumni from Ohio State PhD programs, with data going back to 2005.  The data detail employment outcomes, listing industry, salary estimates, and location, both national and international.  The data can be filtered by year and program within each tab.  This data was collected and produced by Academic Analytics.

Post-Doc Alumni Outcomes Reports

The Post-Doc Alumni Outcomes Reports contain information on Alumni from Ohio State Post-Docs programs and administrative departments (I.e., Office of Academic Affairs), with data going back to 2004.  The data detail employment outcomes, listing industry, salary estimates, and location, both national and international.  The data can be filtered by year and program within each tab.  This data was collected and produced by Academic Analytics.