culturally responsive evaluation

STEM TIG Week: Speaking Truth to Power in Three NSF Evaluation Contexts by Ayesha Boyce, Adeyemo Adetogun, Cherie Avent, and Grettel Arias Orozco

Hi, we’re Ayesha Boyce, assistant professor and Adeyemo Adetogun, Cherie Avent, and Grettel Arias Orozco, graduate students at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Together we conduct research within and evaluate three National Science Foundation (NSF) projects: 1) a Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Program (S-STEM) at a Minority Serving Institution, 2) a …

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STEM TIG Week: Defying Stereotype Narratives on who can do STEM: Lessons from a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) by John Chikwem, Toks Fashola, Kevin Favor, and Monica Mitchell

Greetings AEA Colleagues! When we learned of the 2019 AEA conference theme, Speaking Truth to Power, we instantly knew our evaluative work with Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) held meaningful resonance. Our team includes: John Chikwem (jchikwem@lincoln.edu) – NSF PI Lincoln University of Pennsylvania; Toks Fashola – American University; Kevin Favor (kfavor@lincoln.edu) – Lincoln …

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MSI Fellowship Week: Reflections of an AEA MSI Fellow by Cynthia Gonzalez

Hi, I’m Cynthia Gonzalez, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor in the Department of Urban Public Health and Associate Director in the Division of Community Engagement at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (CDU). At CDU, I am able to teach courses in public health, community engagement, health disparities, and health equity, while also running …

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MSI Fellowship Week: Teaching an Entry-Level Evaluation Course Incorporating Culturally Responsive Evaluation in a Professional Doctoral Program by Lu Liu

Hello! My name is Lu Liu and I am an Assistant Professor in the La Fetra College of Education at the University of La Verne.  I am faculty in the Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership Program teaching research method courses and I am interested in developing evaluation courses that integrate Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE) …

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MSI Fellowship Week: Reflecting on Culturally Responsive Evaluation in Relationship to the Higher Education Context by Tiffany J. Davis

Greetings, everyone! I am Tiffany J. Davis, a Clinical Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the University of Houston, and a Fellow in the AEA Minority Serving Institution (MSI) Faculty Initiative. I teach courses related to assessment, evaluation, and research methods in postsecondary education. Throughout our MSI Fellowship year, we have been introduced to the …

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MSI Fellowship Week: Evaluation Challenges in Applying Cultural responsiveness by Tiberio Garza

Hello! This is Tiberio Garza, an Assistant Professor and Associate Director for the Center of Research, Evaluation, and Assessment (CREA) at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Translating cultural responsive theory to evaluation practice is not always an easy task. The biggest struggles we see reported in the literature central around five areas: a) working …

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MSI Fellowship Week: Counter-Life Herstories and Histories Elicit Cultural Context in Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE) by Shetay Ashford-Hanserd

Hi, my name is Shetay Ashford-Hanserd. I am entering my third year as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational, Workforce, and Leadership Studies at Texas State University, where I developed a course entitled Program Evaluation in Career and Technical Education.  Since my research agenda focuses on broadening participation of women and historically underrepresented minorities …

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MSI Fellowship Week: Teaching about Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE): What we can learn from listening to our students by Darla Scott

Greetings! This is Darla Scott and I participated as an AEA 2018 MSI Fellow.  I also enjoy serving as an Assistant Professor in the School Psychology program at Bowie State University. At Bowie State University, we maintain a specialist-level three year NASP-approved program that focuses on creating culturally competent school psychologists, and I have the …

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Blue Evaluation by Kylie Hutchinson

Hello! I’m Kylie Hutchinson (also known as @EvaluationMaven), an independent evaluation consultant with Community Solutions Planning & Evaluation and author of three evaluation and program planning books: A Short Primer on Innovative Evaluation Reporting, Evaluation Failures: 22 Tales of Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned, and Survive and Thrive: Three Steps to Securing Your Program’s Sustainability. …

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BECOME Week: Uniquely Communicating about Evaluation by Revolution MacIness

Namaste, my name is Revolution MacInnes and I’m the Senior Advisor at Become, a nonprofit in Chicago using culturally responsive evaluation (CRE) as a tool in manifesting racial equity and justice with communities of color. CRE has an incredible power to transform people, programs, organizations, and communities. Understanding that CRE is built on a foundation …

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