Collaborators and Partners
Collaborative work around STEM & CS evaluation capacity building began with conversations in a group of CS-focused evaluators led by Google and NCWIT. A parallel effort began in 2012 at the American Evaluation Association (AEA) annual meeting, and has been continued by the AEA STEM Education and Training Topical Interest Group.
Today, these efforts have evolved into robust, active consortia of accomplished evaluators across the country. The resulting CS Impact Network currently has 56 volunteer members, including representatives from 49 organizations and agencies, spanning universities, nonprofits, global for-profit companies, and small evaluation firms.
ORAU also continues to build and support relationships in the broader STEM evaluation community and through the American Evaluation Association.
Colleges & Universities
- Arizona State University
- Bucks County Community College (Computer Consortium President)
- Claremont Graduate University
- Harvard University
- New York University
- Purdue University
- Rochester Institute of Technology School of Government - Evidence and Evaluation Hub at ANZSOG
- UCLA, CRESST
- University of Chicago
- University of Colorado, Boulder
- University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- University of Colorado-Denver
- Vanderbilt University
- Yale University
Burdseye View Eval Consulting; Education Development Center; Education Design Consultants; Eval Consulting; Fetterman & Associates; Haynie Research and Evaluation; Kaminsky Consulting; Kapor Center; Meaningful Evidence; RSP Research (formerly Code.org & U Washington); SageFox; SRI International; The Findings Group; Westat
NSF (CSONIC project)
Better Evaluation; Child Trends; CSNYC; National Girls Collaborative Project/CS OPEN project; NCWIT/K12 Alliance; Oak Ridge Associated Universities
American Evaluation Association STEM Topical Interest Group; Informal Science.org; Innovation Center - St. Vrain Valley Schools; Institute for Advanced Studies; Institute for Biomedical Philosophy; Society of Women Engineers