BAE Spring Event: Equity Evaluation Panel 

Baltimore Area Evaluators is excited to co-host our spring event with Annie E. Casey Foundation: 

Tuesday, May 21, 5-7PM
Presentations begin at ~ 5:20
AECF, Ramanathan Room 
 503 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Panelists:
Ayo Atterberry, MPH (AECF)
Kantahyanee Murray, PhD (AECF)
Samantha Murray, M.S.Ed (Qualtrics)
Discussant: Karla Feeser, MPH (National Association of City and County Health Officials)

Equity is a central pillar to many health, education and livelihood programs; yet, as a multifaceted concept, it can be considered difficult to evaluate. During this event, panelists will spark discussion around the importance and philosophy of, and recommendations for and approaches to, equity measurement.

Light refreshments will be available, and there will be time at the beginning and end of the event for networking.

RSVPs appreciated by email to baltimoreareaevaluators@gmail.com.

Stay tuned for details about a summer event -- this time south of the city! -- co-hosted by Washington Evaluators and Eastern Evaluation Research Society.

Upcoming Events

BAE EVENTS

gallery/screen shot 2018-11-17 at 10.23.04 pm

42nd Anniversary EERS Annual Conference – May 5-7, 2019

 

The Eastern Evaluation Research Society (EERS) will return to its historical home at the Seaview Hotel & Golf Club in Galloway, New Jersey, May 5-7, 2019 (Sunday evening through midday Tuesday). The theme of this year’s gathering is Adapt! Evaluators in a Changing World.

Save $50 with Early Bird Registration until April 4thREGISTER HERE.

As the world changes, the practice of program evaluation becomes increasingly complex. The interdisciplinary nature of the evaluation field is continually challenged by the need to develop new methods for studying complex adaptive systems, to identify new strategies for bridging different perspectives about truth and the use of information, and in ultimately translating the knowledge gained from evaluation into meaningful action.

While our field has grown in recent decades, so too have related disciplines that build evidence and produce knowledge for society. Within this context, evaluators maintain a clear purpose and process to remain relevant and credible in an ever-changing and evolving world. Join EERS in 2019 as we discuss how the evaluation profession continues to adapt.

Proposals are now CLOSED. 

gallery/screen shot 2019-01-28 at 12.37.18 pm

Evalution 2019: Paths to the Future of Evaluation: Contribution, Leadership, Renewal - November 11-16

 

The American Evaluation Association (AEA) will convene its annual conference in Minneapolis in 2019.

This is an invitation for conversations among all AEA members—evaluators, evaluation users, instructors and students of evaluation, evaluation scholars and thought leaders—on the evaluation profession’s path forward. Building the future of the evaluation practice begins with an assessment and appreciation of the past and present contribution of evaluation to society and a consideration of the current societal issues and where we need to bring leadership. We then look ahead to see how we can evolve for the renewal of our profession, carving a path to the future of evaluation. These three elements exemplify an appreciative framework and follow the Appreciative Inquiry model – by identifying times where we have been at our best, we are able to learn about our strengths, gain confidence, and build momentum to imagine and create the best paths to the future..

Proposals are closed.

 

gallery/screen shot 2019-01-28 at 12.51.26 pm

Summer Evaluation Institute 2019 will be held June 9-12 in Atlanta, GA. 
 

Who should attend?

Evaluators, applied researchers, grantmakers, foundation program officers, nonprofit administrators, social science students, and you! Sessions are filled on a first-come basis.  

More information HERE.

OTHER

gallery/7c41d67e-aba2-45ba-a154-1eb26f90430b