Every spring, the UNM Evaluation Lab hosts an event for the community to learn about our work to build evaluation capacity in local nonprofits.
Due to COVID-19, this year's Evaluation Lab Expo will be a webinar! Join us online on Friday, May 8th from 3:00-4:30.
• View poster presentations that showcase creative evaluation approaches that can add value to your organization.
• Meet students and nonprofit leaders who have worked together in the Lab to make evaluation a useful tool for nonprofit work.
• Hear from a panel of community organizations on what it’s like to work with the Evaluation Lab.
Learn more and register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/evaluation-lab-expo-tickets-95908806823?aff=affiliate1
The UNM Evaluation Lab harnesses the analytical skills of academia for the service of community organizations in New Mexico through a variety of student and community training programs and collaborative program evaluation projects. In our Fellowship Program, graduate students receive training in a two-semester course that includes foundational learning in the classroom and a practicum involving a collaborative project with community organizations. In our Summer Institute and Learning Community, nonprofits develop evaluation plans and projects, and participate in monthly professional development sessions. Find out more at: evallab.unm.edu.