TUESDAY, November 26, 2013
Walking the Line: Reflections on Evaluation Practice Across Contexts
Dr. Juna Snow
4410 Ellsworth Hall
Noon – 1pm
Providing evaluation, research, and capacity-building services to a broad array of organizations
Conducting research on evaluation
Engaging in academic leadership
Administering the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Evaluation
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