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Faculty

Services for Faculty

Northeastern University Public Evaluation Lab brings together faculty from multiple colleges and different disciplines who share an interest in evaluation and supports their work.

Examples of assistance provided to faculty include:

  • Assessing program evaluation readiness
  • Preparing the evaluation section of a grant
  • Leading the evaluation component in large projects
  • Connecting faculty with students to work on evaluation projects
  • Linking faculty to each other, to community partners, and the larger evaluation field

Our Faculty

Alisa Lincoln

Alisa Lincoln
Co-Director of NU-PEL

Jack McDevitt

Jack McDevitt
Co-Director of NU-PEL

Amy Farrell

Amy Farrell
NU-PEL Faculty Steering Committee Member

Emily Mann

Emily Mann
NU-PEL Faculty Steering Committee Member

Beth Molnar

Beth Molnar
NU-PEL Affiliated Faculty

Alicia Modestino

Alicia Modestino
NU-PEL Affiliated Faculty

Claudia Santelices

Claudia Sentilices
NU-PEL Affiliated Faculty

Testimonial

Emily Mann
Affiliated Faculty
Human Services Program

Since 2009, I have been working on non-profit evaluations in the local Boston area. My work is deeply collaborative, partnering with community organizations to better understand processes and impacts of educational interventions on children and families. The Northeastern Public Evaluation Lab (NU-PEL) expands my capacity to meet the evaluation needs of local non-profits. Through consultation expertise, methodological workshops, direct student supervision and software training, NU-PEL supports interdisciplinary evaluation teams that work directly with community partners as they seek to better understand their program’s impact. Beyond practical and logistical support, NU-PEL provides a home base for evaluation work at Northeastern. This evaluation hub connects undergraduate and graduate students with faculty and staff who are deeply passionate about campus-community collaborations.

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