The ATE program funds projects that vary widely in terms of size and focus. To reflect this diversity, awards will be made in three categories:
|Outstanding Evaluation of a Small, New-to-ATE Project||
|Outstanding Evaluation of an ATE Center||
|Outstanding Evaluation of an ATE Project||
Awards for outstanding evaluations of ATE projects and centers will be based on the evaluation’s (1) quality and (2) usefulness to stakeholders. The rating form will be posted here no later than May 1.
Nominated evaluations will be reviewed by a panel of judges external to EvaluATE with expertise in evaluation.
Nominations for the 2021 Outstanding Evaluation Award must be received no later than 5 p.m. Eastern July 1, 2021.
The nominations require (1) a short statement of why the nominated evaluation should be recognized as an outstanding example of an ATE evaluation, (2) an electronic copy of an evaluation report, and (3) one to three testimonials from project staff or other stakeholders about the value and utility of the evaluation. Self-nominations are encouraged.
For more details about nomination, see the PDF of the nomination form or go directly to the online nomination form.
All nominations must be submitted through the online form.