April 30, 2018

Student Evaluator Poster Presentations  and Networking Reception 645pm  -  745pm Student Evaluator Poster Presentations  and Networking Reception Oval Room

Student Evaluator Poster Presentations and Networking Reception

Another opportunity for networking, the poster session for student evaluators is a longtime tradition for the EERS conference. This year’s snack reception includes the following poster presenters, selected from submissions to EERS Board reviewers:

Evaluating the Impact of Short-Term Study Abroad Program on Intercultural Competence

Meng Fan, Doctoral Student in Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics, University of Delaware

An Evaluation Study on Cross-institutional Undergraduate Research Internship Experiences

Yueyue Fan, Graduate Student, University of Delaware

Yolanda Williams-Bey, PhD, Education Program Manager, Delaware Environmental Institute, University of Delaware

Cheryl M. Ackerman, PhD, DENIN, Director of Evaluation, Delaware Environmental Institute, University of Delaware

Jeanette Miller, Associate Director, Delaware Environmental Institute, University of Delaware

Building the Capacity of New York’s Horticultural Society to Monitor and Evaluate their Rikers Island Project

Timothy Koch, Student, The New School

Cullen Barrie, Student, The New School

Accessibility through Diverse Methods: The Ethics and Practice of University-Community Evaluation

Crystal Kyle, Graduate Research Assistant, Virginia Tech

Collective Evaluation: Working together from afar

Brigid Miller, The New School

Equity, Ethics, and Evidence: The Need to Decenter Western Worldviews Among Evaluators in Indigenous Settings

Oladayo Omosa, Doctoral Candidate, Virginia Tech

Decoding the Implicit: Language Style Matching in an Educational Cybersecurity Program Evaluation Equity, Ethics, and Evidence: The Need to Decenter

Phung K. Pham, MS; Graduate Student, Claremont Graduate University

Ryan Cheuk Ming Cheung, MA; Graduate Student, Arizona State University

Samuel A. Mehoke, MA; Independent Evaluation Consultant

Dingyu Cao, MA; Independent Evaluation Consultant

Bridging Cultural Divides on Campus with a Weekly International Coffee Hour

Pragya Shrestha, University of Delaware

School-based Education Practitioners’ Evidence Preferences: A Mixed Methods Study

Kati Tilley, Center for Research Use in Education, University of Delaware

Impact of Monetary Incentives on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Consumersa

Rui Wang, Ph.D. Student, University of Delaware

 

Session Category :  Student Feature