OASIS (introduced 2013) succeeds ASIS (introduced 2000) as the Arts and Science Information System. The web-based interface uses a relational database developed and maintained by the Arts & Science Office of Institutional Research and Information Systems. The system integrates information residing in several independent university data sources for Arts & Science classes/courses, faculty, adjuncts/union employees, and GSAS graduate students.
Departmental users can plan and report on faculty leaves, faculty Annual Merit Increases (AMI), class scheduling, class staffing, other duties staffing, adjunct appointment letter generation, graduate student degrees conferred or expected, job placements, graduate student funding, and pre-semester teacher training. Arts & Science deans and senior administration can make data-informed policy decisions in areas such as curricular reform, faculty recruitment, graduate student financial aid support levels, and faculty staffing projections.
A secure search box is available atop OASIS for more efficient administration. Arts & Science administrators, staff, and faculty are welcome to contact the OASIS team to request access or assistance.