This 2021 research report shares findings from a survey of ATE PIs and evaluators around how they engage with and define diversity, equity, and inclusion.
About the Authors
Associate Professor, Arizona State University
Dr. Ayesha Boyce received her Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with a specialization in Evaluation from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She is an associate professor at Arizona State University. Her research interests focus on addressing issues related to diversity, equity, access, climate, and cultural responsiveness while judging the quality of implementation, effectiveness, impact, and institutionalization of educational programs, especially those that are multi-site and/or STEM. Dr. Boyce has evaluated many programs funded by the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, Title VI, and others.
Clinical Assistant Professor, UNC Greensboro
Dr. Tiffany Tovey is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Office of Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Services (OAERS) office in the Department of Educational Research Methodology at UNC Greensboro. Her current research interests revolve around the topics of reflective practice (self and contextual awareness), interpersonal communication, evaluator responsibility, and the role of ignorance in evaluation practice. She teaches classes and workshops in evaluation, research methods, interpersonal skills, and reflective practice where she emphasizes dialogue, collaboration, and critical/evaluative thinking.
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