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Program Evaluation and Cost-Benefit Analysis Seminar
Overview: Trying to get that grant or contract?! You need to have a rigorous, evidence-based plan to secure that funding. Almost all non-scientific evaluations will be unawarded or quickly dismissed. You need to assess your research project or program by conducting a rigorous evaluation of it. Fields such as sociology, psychology, education, human development, marketing, business, biology, medicine, political science, communication, governmental and nonprofit agencies, will benefit from the seminar.
Program theory and Logic Models
Monitoring progress and measuring outcomes
Cost-effectiveness vs. Cost-benefit analysis
Time and discounting
Sensitivity analysis and risk analysis
Sem and decision tree extensions of cost-benefit analysis.
Instructor: Mwarumba Mwavita, Ph.D.
Dr. Mwarumba Mwavita is an Associate Professor in the Research, Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics (REMS) and Founding Director of the Center for Educational Research and Evaluation (CERE) at Oklahoma State University. He teaches graduate courses in Multiple Regression, Multivariate, Mediation and Moderation , Multilevel and Program Evaluation and Cost Benefit analysis. His research focus is in the application of GLM methods in investigating education policy, equity, and access in addition to STEM education. As the director CERE he plans and conduct program evaluation for funded projects.
If you need to analyze a program or to conduct cost-effectiveness or cost-benefit analyses, this seminar is for you. You should have a good working knowledge of the principles and practice of elementary statistical inference. You do not need to know matrix algebra, calculus, or decision theory (although knowledge of decision theory might be beneficial). Participants from a variety of fields, including sociology, psychology, education, human development, marketing, business, biology, medicine, political science, communication, and governmental and nonprofit agencies, will benefit from the seminar.
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