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Category Archives: Evaluation Methodology Blog


By Dr. Brenna Butler Hi, I’m Dr. Brenna Butler, and I’m currently an Evaluation Specialist at Penn State Extension (https://extension.psu.edu/brenna-butler). […]


By M. Andrew Young Hello! My name is M. Andrew Young. I am a second-year Ph.D. student in the Evaluation, […]


By Louis Rocconi, Ph.D.  Hi, blog world! My name is Louis Rocconi, and I am an Associate Professor and Program […]


By Kiley Compton Hello! My name is Kiley Compton and I am a fourth-year doctoral student in UT’s Evaluation, Statistics, […]


By Austin Boyd Every measurement, evaluation, statistics, and assessment (MESA) professional ​​​​​​​​has their own “bag of tricks” to help them […]


By M. Andrew Young Hello! My name is M. Andrew Young. I am a second-year Ph.D. student in the Evaluation, […]


By Richard Amoako Greetings! My name is Richard Dickson Amoako. I am a second year PhD. student in Evaluation, Statistics, […]


By Jennifer Ann Morrow, PhD. What does it take to be a competent higher education assessment professional? What skills and […]


By Jake Working  Whether you’ve taken a statistics class, recently read a report from your data analyst, or simply want […]


From the Faculty of the Evaluation, Statistics, & Methodology PhD Program! Hello and welcome to our new blog. We are […]