Walking the Line: Reflections on Evaluation Practice Across Contexts

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Walking the Line: Reflections on Evaluation Practice Across Contexts
Juna Z. Snow, Ph.D., Senior Evaluation Specialist, The Research Group, Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Location: 4410 Ellsworth HallAbstract: Dr. Snow will share professional experiences since completing her doctoral degree in 2005 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Walking the line” refers to balancing the worlds of academia and consulting with inherent tensions and ill-aligned purposes. Dr. Snow’s academic specialty is educational evaluation, with content areas of science and technology in education, while her evaluation practice has proven to be transdisciplinary, taking her across contexts of railroad switching operations, food and wine hospitality, and sleep health hygiene. Dr. Snow intends this to be a dialogic presentation, welcoming questions from attendees specifically about her professional experiences and lessons learned since becoming an evaluation practitioner who has worked within the academic, governmental, and independent-consulting sectors.

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