Evaluation Program

Evaluation Program

Evaluation is a powerful tool that involves systematically collecting data about the characteristics, strategies and outcomes of initiatives, programs, and policies for the purpose of making judgments about them. The Carsey Institute Evaluation Program provides rigorous program evaluation, applied research, and evaluation technical assistance and training that address the needs and challenges of low- and moderate-income families and their communities and the organizations that serve them.

We work with state, regional, and national foundations, state and federal agencies, nonprofit organizations, and internationals funders with research-based and client-driven evaluations.

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Recent Publications

New Hampshire and New England

Research Experts

Barbara Wauchope

Barbara Wauchope

Director of Evaluation

Semra Aytur

Semra Aytur

Assistant Professor, Department of Health Management and Policy

Charlie French

Charlie French

Program Team Leader, Community & Economic Development, University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension

Curt Grimm

Curt Grimm

Deputy Director

Eleanor M. Jaffee

Eleanor M. Jaffee

Evaluation Research Associate

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Jolan Rivera

Program Director, Master of Arts in Community Development Policy and Practice

Michael Swack

Michael Swack

Faculty Director, Center on Social Innovation and Finance

Sally Ward

Sally Ward

Professor, Department of Sociology