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Susan Renoe: On Time, Money, and Knowhow

“The ability to look longitudinally and aggregate things together are the things that I’ll make my face goal when it comes to evaluation.”


Susan Renoe, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research, Extension, & Engagement at the University of Missouri, discusses evaluation methods for outreach programs from four different perspectives. Susan critiques current evaluation methods due to: cost, time, and comfort level, and argues for a better system to improve outreach evaluation.

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