Past Events

Evaluating Systems Change

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This evaluator-only webinar focused on Evaluating Systems Change. This webinar was a follow-up from the March 2022 webinar. During this webinar, we had Dr. Sharon Rallis, Professor Emerita of Education Policy and Reform from UMass Amherst, offered expertise and guidance in evaluating systems change, and Theresa Murphrey, evaluator for the Texas A&M System AGEP Alliance:...

Using Systems Thinking in your AGEP Alliance

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This webinar provided background on systems thinking, and host of panel with representatives from The AGEP Alliance State System Model to Transform the Hiring Practices and Career Success of Tenure Track Historically Underrepresented Minority Faculty in Biomedical Sciences (PROMISE), and the AGEP-Transformation: The CIC Professorial Advancement Initiative, to discuss and reflect on ways that systems...

Language as an indicator: How the words we use matter

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This webinar focused on the role that language and the terms we use play in contributing to and reflecting organizational and cultural change in the AGEP Program. We heard presentations by Dr. Mark Leddy, NSF Program Officer, and Dr. Lisa Merriweather, social science researcher for the AGEP North Carolina Alliance.

The Role of Data in Writing Evaluation Reports: What’s the Story?

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This webinar focused on the role of qualitative data in telling the story of AGEP Alliances and their evaluations. Evaluators from two AGEP Alliances shared their experience and perspectives on this topic: Angelicque Tucker Blackmon (AGEP HBU PATHs) and Anne Nordberg, Stephen Mattingly and Rebecca Mauldin (AGEP STRIDES).  

Implementing Culturally Responsive and Social Justice Evaluations Webinar

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This evaluator-only webinar focused on Culturally Responsive Evaluation. This article was highlighted by one of the meeting attendees as providing useful perspective: Broadening participation in the engineering professoriate: Influences on Allen’s journey in developing professional intentions by Brian A. Burt.

Exploring Ways to Evaluate Collaborations and Partnerships with Dr. Kim Kelly

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This webinar, featured AGEP Evaluation Community Member, Dr. Kim Kelly, explore ways to evaluate collaborations and partnerships. This webinar included opportunities for participatory discussion from attendees. Access the article referenced in the presentation Evaluating Organizational Collaboration: Suggested Entry Points and Strategies by Woodland & Hutton.  

Evaluations Plans and Logic Models, Part 2

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This webinar is a follow-up from the June 2020 webinar. Presenters included Robbie Matz, California HSI Alliance; Molly Stuhlsatz, AGEP Engineering Alliance; and Jack Mills, Pacific Northwest Alliance for American Indians and Native Alaskans, who shared their experiences using logic models as a tool to align alliance and evaluation goals.