Silicon Valley Creates: Making media and building community with youth

By Alex Gurn, Ph.D. REA recently completed a two-year external evaluation of SV Creates’ The Studio. Funded in part by the Adobe Foundation, The Studio was established to provide opportunities for underrepresented youth in Silicon Valley to practice creative arts, while connecting them to professional resources, networks, and hands-on learning in filmmaking, visual arts, music, […]

Building with Biology helps scientists and the public to learn from one another

By Claire Quimby and Camellia Sanford Photo courtesy of National Informal STEM Education Network Congratulations to the Museum of Science, Boston team who just received supplemental funding from NSF to extend the reach of their Multi-Site Public Engagement with Science (MSPES). REA served as an external evaluator for the MSPES project, funded by an NSF […]

American Evaluation Association Annual Meeting

Kristin will be presenting a Birds of a Feather session at AEA in Washington, DC, November 6-11. She will be presenting with Linda Thurston (Kansas State University), Pam Bishop (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and Lisa Kaczmarczyk (PhD Consulting, LLC). The session is entitled “Multi-scale evaluation and INCLUDES Alliance projects.”

i3 Project Directors Meeting

Meet Adam Moylan at the i3 Project Directors Meeting, July 16-18, in Washington DC. Adam will be participating in the meeting for the WestEd Leading with Learning project.

2017 Citizen Science Association Conference

Meet Camellia Sanford at the 2017 Citizen Science Association conference in St. Paul Minnesota, May 17th-May 20th. Camellia will be co-facilitating a workshop, “What is Your Impact? Learn to Evaluate Your Citizen Science Project” on Weds., May 17th from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.