The events posted here are related to evaluation and may be of interest to evaluators. AEA does not officially endorse these events unless noted as an "AEA EVENT". This page is a service to our members and there is currently no fee for posting an event listing. To submit a listing, send the event information using the format below and the URL address of your website (required) to the AEA office at info@eval.org.

Online Ongoing

Monitoring and Evaluation for Practitioners
WHERE: Online
TYPE: Online Workshop

 How to Be a Successful Evaluation Consultant
WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: TRAASS International
TYPE: Online Workshop

 Program Development & Evaluation
WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: New York - New Jersey Public Health Training Center
TYPE: Online Workshop

 Mobile Data Solutions
WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: TechChange, USAID and FHI360
TYPE: Online Workshop

 Introduction to Excel for Data Visualization
WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: TechChange
TYPE: Online Workshop

 Effective and Creative Evaluation Report Writing
WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: TRAASS International
TYPE: Online Workshop

 Rédaction d'un Rapport d'Evaluation Efficace et Créatif
WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: TRAASS International
TYPE: Online Workshop

 Cutting Edge Monitoring & Evaluation: A Guide for Practitioners
WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: TRAASS International
TYPE: Online Workshop

July 2018

WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: NIH Office of Disease Prevention (ODP)
TYPE: Workshop

August 2018

WHERE: Claremont, CA
SPONSOR: Claremont Evaluation Center
TYPE: Workshop

This August, the Claremont Evaluation Center is offering its annual Professional Development Workshops, which provide working professionals and students with world-class practical and theoretical training in evaluation and applied research.

This longstanding series, taught by leading academics and seasoned practitioners, can be experienced onsite at Claremont Graduate University, or wherever you are, thanks to highly interactive online webcasts.

Previous years have consistently brought hundreds of participants to Claremont from across the globe, representing an exciting cross-section of the private and public sectors.

To register and to see a full list of the workshops, go to the Claremont Evaluation Center website.


Workshops Schedule:


Wednesday, August 15

  • Basics of Evaluation & Applied Research Methods (Stewart Donaldson &

Christina Christie)


Thursday, August 16

  • Quasi Experimental Design (William Crano)
  • Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods (Kendall Bronk)
  • Grant Writing (Allen Omoto)
  • Evaluation Capacity Building (Leslie Fierro)


Friday, August 17

  • Theory-Driven Evaluation Science: Finding the Sweet Spot between Rigor

And Relevance in Evaluation Practice (Stewart Donaldson)

  • Applications of Correlation and Multiple Regression: Mediation, Moderation,

And More (Dale Berger)

  • Evaluating to Improve Educational Outcomes among Students (Tiffany Berry

And Rebecca Eddy)


Saturday, August 18

  • Survey Research Methods (Jason T. Siegel)
  • Increasing the Usefulness of Formative Evaluation: Integrating Leading and

Lagging Indicators (Brad Phillips and Jordan Horowitz)

  • Learning from Success: Incorporating Appreciative Inquiry in Evaluation

(Tessie Catsambas)


Sunday, August 19

  • Introduction to Positive Organizational Psychology (Stewart Donaldson &

Jeff Yip)

  • Data Visualization (Tarek Azzam)
  • Providing Credible Evidence in Evaluation: Theory and Practice (Huey



Monday, August 20

  • Leadership in Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Evaluation: What do we need and why do we still not have it? (Deborah Rugg)
  • Culturally Responsive Evaluation (Katrina Bledsoe)
  • Expanding Pathways to Leadership (Michelle Bligh)


Tuesday, August 21

  • Blue Marble Evaluation for Global Systems Change Initiatives (Michael Quinn



Wednesday, August 22

  • Successful Evaluation Consulting: How to Build and Sustain YourBusiness (Michael Quinn Patton)

WHERE: Online
SPONSOR: NIH Office of Disease Prevention (ODP)
TYPE: Workshop