• 04/10/2018 5:20 PM | Anthony Heard (Administrator)
    This lecture is FREE and open to the public:

    DBOS-Stauffer Colloqium

    Michael Quinn Patton, Ph.D.

    Evaluation Science:
    How Knowledge is Validated, 
    How the World is Changed, and 
    How Nobel Prizes are Awarded


    Presented by the the School of Social Science, Policy and Evaluation at Claremont Graduate University. Attendance is FREE in person or via WebEx at https://cgu.webex.com/cgu/onstage/g.php?MTID=e46ba5ca079c96f86298816528e1a0f81


    ichael Quinn Patton, PhD, DBOS Stauffer Colloquium
    Thursday, April 12, 2018 | 4:00 pm
    4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Albrecht Auditorium | Stauffer Hall of Learning
    925 N. Dartmouth Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711
    Claremont Graduate University
    Claremont, CA 91711

    In this “post-truth” era, conceptualizing evaluation as science and practitioners as evaluation scientists serves both science and evaluation. Both are evidence-based processes; when the credibility of scientific evidence is attacked, the credibility of evaluation evidence is threatened as well. Michael Quinn Patton, the founder and director of Utilization-Focused Evaluation, will present the case for treating evaluation as science and how that treatment complements but is different from treating evaluation as a profession/discipline.

    Patton’s Utilization-Focused Evaluation is based in Minnesota but works worldwide. Patton was a founding faculty member of The Evaluators’ Institute and holds the title of Professor of Practice in Claremont Graduate University’s School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation. He is a former president of the American Evaluation Association and received the American Evaluation Association Award for Research on Evaluation in 2017. He previously received the Alva and Gunnar Myrdal Award for “outstanding contributions to evaluation use and practice” and the Paul F. Lazarsfeld Award for lifetime contributions to evaluation theory, both from the American Evaluation Association. He is the author of eight evaluation books, which have been used in over 500 universities worldwide.

    For more information, contact Linda Pillow, linda.pillow@cgu.edu
    909-607-1410.

    Since 2002, the John Stauffer Charitable Trust has sponsored a series of informative talks on current research in applied psychology for DBOS students, faculty, and the general community.

    Everyone is welcome to attend. Each one-hour talk is followed by a Q&A session and wine and cheese gathering.

  • 03/13/2018 1:01 PM | Anthony Heard (Administrator)

    The Evaluators' Institute (#TEI) welcomes CEA members to participate in its April/May 2018 Chicago Program. Contact tei@cgu.edu to access the special CEA discount!

    (April 30 – May 5, 2018)

    The Evaluators’ Institute (TEI) offers top-tier training in evaluation for beginning, mid-career, and advanced evaluation professionals. Taught by leaders in the field, TEI courses offer technical rigor in evaluation methods and practice through participant-centered, adult-learning approaches.

    For participants who are interested in charting a full course of study, TEI offers a number of professional certifications.

    You can find course descriptions and information on how to register on the TEI website here: https://tei.cgu.edu/

    Don’t miss this great opportunity for CEA members to build professional skills alongside great faculty and fellow participants. Act now before the classes fill up!

    The TEI team is standing at tei@cgu.edu to answer any questions.

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