Program Evaluation

Mindfulness-Informed Program Evaluation

I recently led a skill-building workshop titled, Integrating Mindfulness into the Practice and Use of Evaluation at the American Evaluation Association national conference in Minneapolis. We went over various mindfulness-based practices and how to use them to inform our work. It was lots of fun and thanks to those of you who [...]

Ridgeline Plots, Indistractable, Why We Sleep, & Quantum Computing

Below are articles and other resources I found interesting through my work as a program evaluator, professor, and psychologist. The digests I share mostly relate to evaluation, psychology, health, and education. I also usually include a quote, book, and/or event that may interest you. RESEARCH/ EVALUATION Ridgeline Plot (Yan Holtz) Here [...]

2019-10-21T13:24:05-04:00By |Digest|0 Comments

Depression & Exercise, Cohen’s U3, Impact of Vaping, & Super Thinking

Below are articles and other resources I came across through my work as a program evaluator, professor, and psychologist. The digests I share mostly relate to evaluation, psychology, health, and education, and include a quote or two. MENTAL HEALTH Exercise as a Treatment for Depression (Rhonda Patrick) "...the feel-good effects of [...]

2019-09-16T11:54:43-04:00By |Digest|0 Comments

AEA Conference, Logic Models and a Helpful App

The American Evaluation Association national conference in Washington D.C. was a great time to catch up with other evaluators, find out what is going on in our and related fields, and reflect on my research and evaluation work. Don’t worry, I wasn't involved in any incidents requiring an emergency [...]