Claremont Graduate University-Summer Workshops
Claremont Graduate University’s Summer Workshop Series
As in past years, new names have been added to the stellar roster of presenters. Early registration has been kept at the same amazing low rate for one additional year, at $45 per day for students and $90 per day for professionals.
For information on our Certificate of Advanced Study in Evaluation, Master’s, and Doctoral programs, please visit: Certificate of Advanced Study in Evaluation: http://www.cgu.edu/pages/670.asp Master’s and Doctoral Programs in Evaluation: http://www.cgu.edu/pages/665.asp
This year’s workshops include: --Basics of Evaluation and Applied Research (S. Donaldson & C. Christie) --Introduction to Quantitative Analysis (D. Berger) --Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (M. Bligh) --Cost Effectiveness and Cost-Benefit Analysis (B. Yates) --Building Evaluation Capacity (J. King) --Considering Culture in Evaluation and Applied Research (R. Hopson) --Evaluation on a Shoestring: Participatory Approaches (J. King) --Using Qualitative Methods to Determine Causality (M. Scriven) --Needs Assessment (M. Scriven) --Sampling and Survey Methods (G. Henry) --Quasi-Experimental Design (W. Crano) --Introduction to Multilevel Modeling (J. Ullman) --Designing Qualitative and Advanced Research Studies (S. Rallis) --Practical Program Evaluation – A Program Theory Approach (H. Chen & S. Donaldson) --Using Appreciative Inquiry for Evaluation and Organizational Change (H. Preskill) --Introduction to Structural Equational Modeling (D. Berger) --Qualitative Data Analysis (M. Bligh) --Using RCTs in Educational Research (T. Berry & R. Eddy) --Logic Models for Program Evaluation and Planning (T. Chapel) --Writing Successful Grant Proposals (A. Omoto) --Policy Evaluation (G. Henry) --Using Evaluation Theory to Inform Practice (C. Christie) --Evaluating Public Health Programs and Initiatives (T. Chapel) --Consulting (G. Barrington)
This series has consistently sold out for many years running, so register today and secure your favorite workshops at the “early bird” rate!
For full workshop descriptions, presenter bios, and a complete schedule, visit us at: http://www.cgu.edu/workshops or call (909) 607-9016 for details.
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