Westat will be providing leadership and research expertise at the 40th Anniversary Eastern Evaluation Research Society (EERS) Annual Conference from April 2-4, 2017, in Absecon, New Jersey.
The conference provides longstanding support for professional evaluators with a forum for learning, networking, and sharing expertise. The theme of this year’s conference is Evaluation Looking Forward: Transitioning from Past to Future.
Jennifer Hamilton, PhD, is the 2017 president of EERS, and other Westat staff (names in bold) are participating in a number of ways. See the online program for more details.
David Bernstein. (Skill-Building Session). Monitoring and Evaluating Inclusive Program Practices.
Eva Chen. (Presentation). Interrupted Time Series Analysis for the Evaluation of Healthy Schools Program.
Jill Feldman. (Session Chair). Evaluating Partnership Programs and Collective Impact Initiatives.
Jill Feldman. (Session Chair). Keeping it Together: From Old School to Cutting-Edge Methods for Tracking Participants.
Michael Giangrande. (Pre-Conference Workshop). A World of Possibilities: Exploring the Uses of GIS in Evaluation.
Jennifer Hamilton. (Presentation). The Advantages of Adding a Matched Group to an Existing Experimental Design.
Jennifer Hamilton. (Session Chair). Expanding the Evaluation Toolbox with Innovative Community-Based Participatory Research Tools.
Debra Rog. (Presentation). Designing and Managing Multi-Site Evaluations.