1. Developing Strong Evaluations for ATE Projects Day One (SD)

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    Evalua|t|e staff & guests July 9, 2009 This webinar is also available in high definition: http://vimeo.com/11087541 This webinar workshop is oriented toward those preparing ATE proposals and seeking assistance in integrating evaluation into project work. The two-part workshop is scheduled for three hours, an hour and a half each on July 9 (Basics of Proposal Preparation) and July 10 (Designing for Useful, Feasible, Ethical, and Sound Evaluation). The workshop is being conducted by Evaluate at Western Michigan University in collaboration with The Saflund Institute and MATEC. Slides are also available by searching "proposals" in the digital library on our web site: www.evalu-ate.org

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    • Strong Evaluation Plans = Stronger Proposals

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      Presented July 20, 2011 by EvaluATE staff, Norena Badway, Mike Lesiecki, & Liz Teles It’s that time of year again, when we are just a couple of short months away from the due date for the next round of ATE proposals. Join us as we review the elements of an ATE proposal’s evaluation component and how to use it to strengthen your submission. We’ll discuss how to tie evaluation tasks to the grant’s goals and objectives and how to be sure the evaluation is responsive to NSF’s expectations for ATE projects and centers. Wondering how to incorporate evaluation into your budget? Need advice on how you can convey that you’ll use evaluation for project improvement? This webinar will help you integrate evaluation into your project work and clearly discuss the project-evaluation relationship in your proposal. We'll feature Mike Lesiecki and Norena Badway (MATEC) and Liz Teles (Teles Consulting, LLC and former co-Lead of ATE program). Grab supplementary materials here: http://evalu-ate.org/events/webinar_strong_evaluation_plans/

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      • ATE Conference, Opening Plenary Session, October 26, 2011

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        Keynote Speaker: Kumar Garg, Senior Advisor, Office of Science and Technology Policy, The White House speaks on the topic of “Building an All-Hands-On-Deck Effort to Support Community Colleges.”

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        • ATE Conference, Closing Plenary Session, October 28, 2011

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          Panel Facilitator: Donald McCoy, K-to-College STEM Education Consultant, McCoy and Associates, SC leads a panel of seven community colleges students on the topic of “21st Century STEM Leadership.”

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          • The 2012 Convocation of Drexel University

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            The Convocation ceremony is in the auditorium of the Main Building at 3141 Chestnut Street. Dr. Cora B. Marrett, Deputy Director of the National Science Foundation, will be the keynote speaker. Note: Outside vendor IMS Audio Visual Inc. provided the Video and Audio, not Drexel IRT.

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            • e-valuation: Assessing Webinars, Social Media, and Website Usage

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              This live webinar took place November 16, 2011. ATE grantees are using the Web for outreach, instruction, professional development, dissemination, and more. As the Web becomes more central to the activities and deliverables of ATE grants, evaluation strategies need to keep pace. In this webinar featuring Karl Kapp, ATE evaluator and noted expert on e-learning, we’ll share recent research on webinar, social media, and website evaluation practices. Visit this site for supplementary materials: http://evalu-ate.org/events/Nov11_webinar/

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              • Analysis: Linking Knowledge to Action—What Works and Why?

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                A discussion from the National Academies Science, Innovation, and Partnerships for Sustainability Solutions Symposium, featuring William Clark, Harvard University; Granger Morgan, Carnegie Mellon University; Rajesh Gupta, University of California, San Diego.

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                • ATE Conference, Thursday Plenary Session, October 27, 2011

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                  Keynote Speaker: Mary Pat Moyer, CEO and Chief Science Officer, INCELL Corporation, TX speaks on the topic of “Employer-Educator-Entrepreneur: An E3 Perspective on Preparing Students to Succeed in Today’s Global Economy.”

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                  • Neal Kingston's National Science Foundation Review Panel Debriefing

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                    After Neal Kingston sat on a National Science Foundation review panel, he returned to KU in February 2010, and discussed the process panels go through in deciding how to fund grants.

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                    • Panel Discussion: International and national R&D Directions - What's Needed for S&T for Sustainability

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                      A panel at the National Academies' Fostering Partnerships and Linkages in Sustainability Science and Innovation Symposium held May 16-18, 2012 in Washington, DC, featuring Chad Gaffied, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; Nancy Creamer, North Carolina State University; Paulo Ferrao, Technical University of Lisbon; and Alan Hurd, Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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