University at Albany
 

2014 Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association

Lara Kaye, Melissa King, and Brad Watts, CHSR Research Scientists, presented at the 2014 Annual Conference of the American Evaluation Association in Denver on October 15-19. Brad Watts chaired a session entitled, Why Evaluability Assessments? Examples From Three Real-World Settings. The session included the following presentations:

  • Lara Kaye: Developing Evaluability Assessment for a Project on Inter-Partner Violence
  • Melissa Steele King: Evaluability Assessment from the Beginning: Example from the 21st Century Learning Initiative
  • Brad Watts and Heather Washington: Evaluability of an Established Program: The Youth & Police Initiative