Evaluation Cafe

The Evaluation Center at Western Michigan University offers lectures, seminars, group work and presentations through the Evaluation Cafe to enhance knowledge and skills in the field of evaluation.

"Using Data Driven Models to Analyze Community Outcomes at the Neighborhood Level"

Date: Oct. 4
Presenter: Alberta Griffin, Faculty Specialist, School of Public Affairs and Administration, and President, AGS Data Analytics Consulting LLC.

"One-Pagers: Simple and Engaging Reporting"

Date: Oct. 11
Presenter: Emma Perk & Lyssa W. Becho, Project Managers, The Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University

"learning and teaching the most significant change method to capture stories of impact"

Date: Oct. 18
Presenter: Sue Ann Savas, Clinical Assistant Professor, School of Social Work, University of Michigan

"Opportunities and Challenges in Building a Community of Practice Among Michigan Evaluators"

Date: Oct. 25
Presenter: Miles McNall, Director, Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative, Michigan State University

"AEA17 Preview: Presentations from STudents and STaff"

Date: Nov. 1
Presenter: If interested in sharing your AEA presentation at an Evaluation Cafe, let us know at eval-cafe@wmich.edu

"Can you see me now?: Lessons Learned from MDHHS's evaluation of the "love free from HIV" PreP Media Campaign"

Date: Nov. 15
Presenter: Mary Roach, Program Evaluator, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

"Evaluation Competencies"

Date: Nov. 28
Presenter: Lori Wingate, Director of Research, The Evaluation Center, Western Michigan University


Date: Dec. 6
Presenter: TBD