The EViE Conference will return in Spring 2021!

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EViE is a conference for graduate students by graduate students. It aims to foster dialogue about evaluation among novice evaluators (graduate students) about important topics that are encountered in evaluation theory and practice. The Conference promotes critical thinking, social justice, and relationship development among conference attendees and beyond.

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The Emergent Voices in Evaluation (EViE) Conference is a conference for graduate students by graduate students. In the third year of the annual conference, it will be hosted at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro March 15, 2019, and the theme will be The Role of Evaluation in Society

The event is hosted by graduate students in UNC Greensboro’s Department of Educational Research Methodology, and the first two events have been a great success, drawing students from universities in North Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Georgia. EViE features original research and evaluation work from diverse fields such as education, public health, and international development and is intended to serve as a catalyst in promoting collaboration and scholarship among student researchers and evaluators in the Southeastern United States.

EViE 2019 has received funding and support from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro as well as generous donors from the community.

The 2019 Conference Program is available here: EViE 2019 Program

 

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