Please join Fulton Engineering Research Advancement for a Proposal Development Workshop on Evaluation/Assessment and learn how to build evaluation methods into your proposals.

The workshop will be led by Shelly Potts, Ph.D., senior director and Stefanie Leite, management research analyst, both from the University Office of Evaluation & Educational Effectiveness (UOEEE),

Thursday, November 21, 2013
10:30 a.m.-noon
BYENG 660

Evaluation is a systematic way to determine how well a project is meeting its goals. It is also an important component of one of NSF’s review criteria elements: “Is the plan for carrying out the proposed activities well-reasoned, well-organized, and based on a sound rationale? Does the plan incorporate a mechanism to assess success.”

All faculty are welcome. Assistant professors who have not worked with UOEEE or Shelly previously are highly encouraged to attend. Evaluation methods are especially important to include in junior faculty’s NSF CAREER proposals.

RSVP to Stacy Esposito at stacy.esposito@asu.edu

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