CREEHS Description Wheel

The Center applies cutting-edge evaluation theory and methodology in its evaluation and research services in the following areas:

  • Program planning
    • Needs assessment
    • Development of a logic model or program theory to strengthen the quality of a program and ensure the quality and usefulness of its evaluation
  • Implementation evaluation
    • Formative evaluation
    • Process evaluation
  • Outcome evaluation
    • Impact evaluation
    • Viability evaluation
  • Systems evaluation
    • Systems evaluation facilitation (planning, implementation, utilization)
    • Organization/program evaluation capacity building
  • Program monitoring
    • Establishment of a system to monitor an organization’s implementation processes and/or outcomes on an ongoing basis
  • Applied research
    • Instrument design and data collection
      • Surveys and questionnaires (online, telephone, paper)
      • Focus group and interview protocols
      • Observation protocols
      • Document review, tracking templates
    • Quantitative and qualitative data analysis

The Center works collaboratively with organizations to develop customized plans for services to be provided.

The Center provides free initial consultation services to help identify organizations' needs.

Grant Proposal Assistance

The Center collaborates with clients in writing grant proposals.

Evaluation Workshops 

The Center offers evaluation workshops at introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels in areas including, but not limited to: creating logic models, writing measurable objectives, constructing and administering surveys, and conducting focus groups.

Evaluation Education 

The Graduate Certificate in Program Evaluation prepares individuals to meet the growing demand for professionals with evaluation and applied research skills. Certificate courses are delivered in hybrid format, mostly online. Additional information about the Certificate is available at