Evaluation Studies

OLPD Dissertations with links to the full-text in the UDC: University Digital Conservancy

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Bowman, Ruth A. (2007). Evaluating experiential nutrition programs in elementary schools: A multi-site comparative case study. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King.

Bray, Christine E. (2006). Examining the impact of cognitive-behavioral curricula on the lives of juvenile female offenders: A two-site case study. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King.

Cheng, Shu-Huei. (2006). A case study of evaluation use and influence in school settings. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King.

Coyne, Molly J. (2006). Cultures of data use: Case studies of two elementary schools engaged in data-based collaboration to improve instruction and achievement. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): David R. Johnson.

Frimannsdottir, Katrin R. (2010). Exploring self-evaluation in six Icelandic compulsory schools: A multi-site comparative case study. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King.

Gibbons, Roberta E. (2010). Violence against women on the college campus: Evaluating anti-violence programming. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King. UDC: http://purl.umn.edu/61574

Gladding, Sophia. (2009). Graduate medical education, competency-based curriculum and performance-based assessment: A study of the end-of-rotation evaluations in pediatric residency training. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Stuart Yeh.

Hill, Kathryn L. (2010). Predictive indicators of high performing schools: A study of evaluative inquiry and the effective use of achievement test data. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Stuart S. Yeh.

Kampsen, Amy. (2009). Personal, social, and institutional factors influencing college transition and adaptation experiences for students with psychiatric disabilities. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): David R. Johnson. UDC: http://purl.umn.edu/58441

McEathron, Mary A. (2008). Independent science review in natural resource management: Evaluation's role in knowledge use. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King. UDC: http://purl.umn.edu/90702

Nelson, Randi K. (2009). An exploration of the factors that influence participant selection in participatory evaluation. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Frances Lawrenz and Richard Krueger. UDC: http://purl.umn.edu/53759

Nielsen, Julie E. A. (2009). Indigenous approaches to evaluation in Minnesota's urban based American Indian nonprofit organizations. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King.

Nord, Derek K. (2008). Overall utilization, and relationships and effects of learner self-direction and prior learning in online, competency-based training in the disability supports field. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): David R. Johnson.

Pejsa, Laura J. (2011). Improving evaluation in the nonprofit sector: The promise of evaluation capacity building for nonprofit social service organizations in an age of accountability. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King.

Roseland, Denise L. (2010). An Investigation of the Relationship Between Involvement In and Use of Evaluation in Three Multi-site Evaluations When Those Involved Are Not the Primary Intended Users. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King and Frances Lawrenz. UDC: http://purl.umn.edu/104783

Volkov, Boris B. (2008). Toward continuous improvement in organizations: A case study of evaluation capacity building in the Northwest Area Foundation. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): Jean A. King.

Wentz, Meridith K. (2007). A conceptual framework for evaluating the impact of ubiquitous computing programs in higher education. Ph.D., Evaluation Studies. Advisor(s): David R. Johnson.

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