culturally responsive evaluation

MSI Fellowship Week: Strategies for Equitably Evaluating Research Productivity during COVID-19 by Erica T. Sosa

My name is Erica T. Sosa, and I am an Associate Professor in Public Health and Associate Dean of Research in the College for Health, Community and Policy at the University of Texas at San Antonio. I am also a very proud American Evaluation Association MSI Fellow. As the COVID-19 pandemic shifted the way we …

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MSI Fellowship Week: How Academic Policies Affect Faculty During COVID 19 by Jeton McClinton

I am Jeton McClinton, an associate professor of Higher Education at Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi. I use qualitative research a lot in my work from teaching to applying it in many of my research projects.  Why you may ask well, simple, I like how it smoothly supports culturally responsive research practices. Most recently, …

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MSI Fellowship Week: COVID-19: Benefits of Adopting CRE policies at MSI’s, Student Considerations by Lynette Williamson

Hello and Aloha, I am Lynette Williamson, an educator, and Health Information Management (HIM) professional, living and working from beautiful Hawai’i on the island of O’ahu. In August 2019, I moved here to take on an Assistant Professor position at the University of Hawai’i-West O’ahu (UHWO). Little did I know that seven months later, Hawai’i …

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STEM Program Evaluation Lab Week: Training culturally responsive evaluators: The STEM Program Evaluation Lab by Aileen Reid, Ayesha Boyce and Tiffany L. S. Tovey

Welcome to AEA365 STEM Program Evaluation Lab (SPEL) week, co-directed by Ayesha Boyce, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Arizona State University and Aileen Reid, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at UNC Greensboro, along with SPEL faculty affiliate, Tiffany L. S. Tovey, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, UNC Greensboro. Together, we train 11 graduate and 6 undergraduate students and evaluate/research …

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Connecting the Intra/Inter/Structural Week: CREE as Journey To and Through (the Intra, the Inter, the structural) by Karyl Askew, Monifa Beverly, and Angelicque Tucker Blackmon

Greetings, we are Karyl Askew, Monifa Beverly, and Angelicque Tucker Blackmon, three Black cisgender women evaluators who specialize in culturally responsive and equitable evaluation (CREE). We are continually in reflection with one another about what it means to be and journey as CREE evaluators. As we reflected on this week’s topic, we discussed the journey …

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IC TIG Week: Work Where You Live, Live Where You Work by Ebony Reddock

My name is Ebony Reddock. I am the owner of Bumblebee Design and Evaluation and a Senior Evaluation Consultant at Michigan Public Health Institute. When I decided to start my own business, in part I did it to be able to structure my practice in service to Southeastern Michigan more deliberately than I could as …

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ICCE TIG Week: Challenges to Culturally Responsive Evaluation by Andrea Nelson Trice

Hello! I’m Andrea Nelson Trice, an independent evaluation consultant as well as a Senior Fellow with the Sagamore Institute. I spent part of my childhood living in the Peruvian rainforest and that experience shaped my life’s work. For over two decades, I have conducted research on cross-cultural dynamics and have just completed a book project …

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CREA-HI week: Equity in a changing climate by Laurien Baird Hokuli’i Helfrich-Nuss

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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CREA-HI week: Data Storytelling by Thaddeus Pham

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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CREA-HI week: Data Sovereignty by Katherine Tibbetts

Curator’s note: This week’s AEA365 posts contain Hawaiian language words that use certain diacritical markings. We make our best efforts to include these markings to be as culturally and grammatically accurate as possible, however, these markings often display as question marks or boxes, and may display differently on different browsers and devices. For best readability …

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