HWI PRESENTS THE 2019-2020
Research Administration Lecture Series
FEBRUARY 19th at NOON at HWI
ASSESSING OUR EDUCATION PROGRAMS
What assessment challenge is your
organization facing? What successful
approaches have you developed?
For the second event in our Research Administration series, HWI will be focusing on how to assess the
education programs that many research organizations run. We welcome Sarah Woodruff, PhD,
Director of the Discovery Center and Ohio’s Evaluation and Assessment Center for Mathematics and Science Education to start us off with a brief overview of current trends in assessment. Then guests will be invited to share questions, ideas, and insights based on their own education programs. Lunch is provided, so RSVP to join us for a stimulating conversation!
RSVP TO DR. PETER HORN AT firstname.lastname@example.org by February 17th!
The Next Lecture:
THURSDAY, MARCH 26th, 2020
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ABOUT SARAH WOODRUFF, PhD
Sarah is the Director of the Discovery Center and Ohio’s Evaluation & Assessment Center for Mathematics and Science Education. She has overseen educational programming assessment from elementary to postdoctoral education. Her work has been supported by numerous funding agencies, including the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation.