Who are we?
Arizona State University’s Office of Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness (UOEEE) provides formative and summative evaluation services to a range of government, nonprofit and foundation clients. UOEEE reports directly to ASU’s Office of the Provost and does not have direct ties to any academic college or service unit at the university. This organization uniquely positions UOEEE to provide expert service as an independent evaluator. Led by Senior Director Shelly Potts and Assistant Director Kristi Eustice, the analysts at the UOEEE possess the training, experience and education to deliver expert evaluation services.
What do we do?
Evaluation can be used to document and improve project processes or products and may be used to measure program impacts on key stakeholders. Evaluation is an important part of any educational project or program, and evaluation plans are required by many funding agencies such as the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Department of Education. UOEEE can assist with program evaluation through a number of services including grant proposal writing (logic model and evaluation plan development), IRB documentation, and evaluation study design, monitoring, analysis, and reporting. Analysts are trained in various data collection methodologies and have experience using quantitative and qualitative techniques. Contact us at ProgEval.UOEEE@asu.edu.