GSNE TIG Week: What Happens After Grad School and After “New Evaluator” Status Ends? by Maddison Staszkiewicz

This week, AEA365 is hosting GSNE Week with our colleagues in the Graduate Student and New Evaluators AEA Topical Interest Group. The contributions all this week to AEA365 come from our GSNE TIG members. We hope you enjoy! -Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator Hi! My name is Maddison Staszkiewicz, and I am the Chair for the …

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GSNE Week: Feeling Legit by Megan Olshavsky

This week, AEA365 is hosting GSNE Week with our colleagues in the Graduate Student and New Evaluators AEA Topical Interest Group. The contributions all this week to AEA365 come from our GSNE TIG members. Today’s post is an evergreen blog, originally published on the site for GSNE TIG week back in 2016. We hope you enjoy! …

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GSNE TIG Week: Using Evaluation Competencies to Boost Your Career by María Montenegro

This week, AEA365 is hosting GSNE Week with our colleagues in the Graduate Student and New Evaluators AEA Topical Interest Group. The contributions all this week to AEA365 come from our GSNE TIG members. We hope you enjoy! -Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator Hello! My name is María Montenegro and I am a Virtual Health Evaluation …

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GSNE TIG Week: Collected Wisdom from Experienced Evaluators by Christopher Hall

This week, AEA365 is hosting GSNE Week with our colleagues in the Graduate Student and New Evaluators AEA Topical Interest Group. The contributions all this week to AEA365 come from our GSNE TIG members. We hope you enjoy! -Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator Hello, I am Christopher Hall, MSW, ABD, a doctoral candidate at the University …

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GSNE TIG Week: Making a Distinction Between Research and Evaluation: A Dialogue by Ian Burke and Seema Mahato

This week, AEA365 is hosting GSNE Week with our colleagues in the Graduate Student and New Evaluators AEA Topical Interest Group. The contributions all this week to AEA365 come from our GSNE TIG members. We hope you enjoy! -Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator Hi, our names are Ian Burke and Seema Mahato. We are early-career evaluators …

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GSNE TIG Week: A Helping Hand to Emerging Evaluators by Caitlin Rivera and Danielle Murillo

This week, AEA365 is hosting GSNE Week with our colleagues in the Graduate Student and New Evaluators AEA Topical Interest Group. The contributions all this week to AEA365 come from our GSNE TIG members. We hope you enjoy! -Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator Hello fellow evaluators! We are Caitlin Rivera and Danielle Murillo, Research Assistant and …

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GSNE TIG Week: Choosing a Master’s Degree in Evaluation by Randi Knox

This week, AEA365 is hosting GSNE Week with our colleagues in the Graduate Student and New Evaluators AEA Topical Interest Group. The contributions all this week to AEA365 come from our GSNE TIG members. We hope you enjoy! -Liz DiLuzio, Lead Curator Hello! I’m Randi Knox, a student in Claremont Graduate University’s (CGU) Master’s in …

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DVR TIG Week: Insights-to-Action: An Intentional Process by Kendra Thompson-Dyck and Deven Wisner

Hello there! We’re Kendra Thompson-Dyck, Ph.D. and Deven Wisner, M.S. of Assessment and Research at the University of Arizona. We want to share an insights to action approach we used to share information and get feedback/buy-in from constituent groups. We think this could work for many projects, regardless of topic. Recently, we set out to …

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DVR TIG Week: Three First Steps to Data Visualization by Kristin Giordano and Carise Mitch

We are Kristin Giordano and Carise Mitch of Equal Measure, where we partner with foundations, nonprofits, and government organizations to apply new ways of thinking and learning to advance social change. In 2020, Equal Measure launched an internal Data Visualization Learning Circle, combining discussion and reflection with the invaluable Ann Emery’s Depict Data Studio online …

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DVR TIG Week: Taking the first step: creating a data visualization culture in our organization by Manon Billaud, Meredith Pinto, Emily Moore, Anika Hannan, and Whitney Rémy

Hi there! It’s Manon, Meredith, Emily, Anika and Whitney, and we are a group of Public Health Analysts, Evaluators, and Epidemiologists at RTI International – an independent, nonprofit research institute. We are passionate about creating engaging evaluation products, so we banded together as champions of data viz to improve how our organization shares project findings. …

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