Exec Dir of Strategic Planning & Institutional Effectiveness Institutional Research firstname.lastname@example.org (718) 399-4245 p (718) 636-3785 f Brooklyn Campus, Main Building 110A
Ed.D. Teachers College, Columbia University
As an Executive Director of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness at Pratt, Vladimir Briller is responsible for coordinating institute-wide strategic planning efforts and improving Prattâ€™s performance evaluation methods and measures; assisting Pratt in defining and achieving its long-term goals; making resource allocation choices; implementing improvement strategies; assessing programmatic and organizational progress and results, and communicating with stakeholders about Prattâ€™s mission, strategic direction, and performance; supporting accreditation review and academic program assessment and designing studies on effects of schoolsâ€™ and institute policies and administrative decisions. He is also overseeing data reporting to the IPEDS, NYSED, AICAD and other agencies.
In 1995, Vladimir Briller received his doctorate from Columbia University, in New York. His consulting projects included evaluation of student achievement in UNICEF countries based on PISA (Program for International Student Assessment) results; evaluation of the Information-Technology Opportunities for the Workforce, Education and Research funded by the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education; Study of Impact of Islam on Education in Central Asia funded by the US State Department; Needs Assessment Study for the Early Childhood Development Grant funded by the World Bank in Kyrgyzstan; Study of the Impact of Teacher-Training on Student Achievement in Central Asia funded by the Soros Foundations and many others. In 2006 Vladimir Briller was appointed to the ETS Computer and Information Literacy Test National Advisory Committee and since 2005 has been working as educational expert on assessment and evaluation for UNESCO and UNICEF.
In 2005 and 2007, Vladimir Briller was awarded Fulbright Senior Specialist grants to advise Central Asian and Vietnamese universities on data based decision-making and in 2011 and 2016 - Fulbright Scholar grants to advise Azerbaijan Ministry of Education and Kharkov Karazin National University. In 2008 he published Tajikistan Country Case Study commissioned by the UNICEF for the EFA Global Monitoring Report. In 2009, another study was commissioned and published by the UNICEF, Learning Achievement in the CEE/CIS Region: A Comparative Analysis Of The Pisa 2006 Results. In 2010, Vladimir Briller was consulting Ministry of Education in Afghanistan, on creating curriculum framework for 16 agricultural universities in the country. In 2016-2017, Vladimir Briller has been consulting Armenian Ministry of Education on teacher training curriculum development; Kyrgyzstan Ministry of Education and Science on teacher professional development; and the World Bank in Russia on regional university reform and strategic planning.