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Three Mistakes to Avoid for Your Next Grant Proposal
2021

During my twenty-plus-year professional career, I have participated in many grant applications. I have experienced the grant-seeking process from three perspectives: applying...

Measuring Diversity: A Snippet from the What Gets Measured Gets Done Webinar
2021

This video is a clip of the May 2020 webinar. It covers example evaluation questions, indicators, and data collection methods.

Measuring Equity: A Snippet from the What Gets Measured Gets Done Webinar
2021

This video is a clip of the May 2020 webinar. It covers example evaluation questions, indicators, and data collection methods.

Measuring Inclusion: A Snippet from the What Gets Measured Gets Done Webinar
2021

This video is a clip of the May 2020 webinar. It covers example evaluation questions, indicators, and data collection methods.

Project Management for Evaluation*
2021

At Three Hive, we work on multiple evaluation projects, some with firm deadlines, some without; we share staff between evaluations based on...

Adapting Monitoring Surveys to Respond to and Engage a Community*
2021

Hi! We are Val Marshall, Megan Zelinsky, and Lyssa Wilson Becho from EvaluATE, the evaluation hub for the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program. For over...

Checking our bias in “unbiased” research instruments: applying a diversity, equity and inclusion lens to instrument design*
2021

We think of a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) lens as the commitment to incorporate DEI principles and practices into the environments...

Next-Level Logic Models for Your ATE Proposal and Beyond
2021

At its core, a logic model is a visual representation of a project’s activities and intended outcomes. But it’s much more than...

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