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Laurie Van Egeren, Ph.D.

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Assistant Provost for University-Community Partnerships

Email

vanegere@msu.edu

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Area of Interest

Intervention design and evaluation; evaluation capacity-building; communication of evaluation findings; evaluation design and applied statistics

Faculty Information

Laurie Van Egeren, Ph.D., is Assistant Provost for University-Community Partnerships in the Office of University Outreach and Engagement at Michigan State University. Previously, she was the director of MSU’s Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative and the co-director of the National Collaborative for the Study of University Engagement. Dr. Van Egeren conducts program evaluation and intervention research in a variety of areas, with emphases in non-traditional school settings such as out-of-school-time programs and early education programs. Since 2003, Dr. Van Egeren has been principal investigator for the Michigan Department of Education’s evaluation of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers afterschool program, which has served over 150,000 K-12 students in 500 sites. Funded by the National Science Foundation, she is conducting a five-year cluster randomized trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a preschool science professional development intervention in Head Start classrooms. Dr. Van Egeren also conducts evaluations around science and engineering programs for underrepresented youth, music and science events and festivals, autism intervention, infant nutrition and obesity prevention, childcare expulsion prevention, community and economic development, and technological capacity building. She is a member of the board of the Michigan Association for Evaluation and is a member of the American Evaluation Association. She holds a Ph.D. in developmental psychology and a master’s in child and family clinical psychology from Michigan State University.

 

Featured Projects and Reports

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) initiative is a federally funded program that offers out-of-school-time activities for K-12 students in high-poverty areas. The activities are designed to improve students' academic performance and offer enrichment opportunities in a safe environment outside of the regular school day. The programs are evaluated at the federal, state, and local levels.
http://cerc.msu.edu/21cclc

 

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Position

Assistant Provost for University-Community Partnerships

Email

vanegere@msu.edu

Social Media

Area of Interest

Intervention design and evaluation; evaluation capacity-building; communication of evaluation findings; evaluation design and applied statistics
   

Laurie Van Egeren, Ph.D., is Assistant Provost for University-Community Partnerships in the Office of University Outreach and Engagement at Michigan State University. Previously, she was the director of MSU’s Community Evaluation and Research Collaborative and the co-director of the National Collaborative for the Study of University Engagement. Dr. Van Egeren conducts program evaluation and intervention research in a variety of areas, with emphases in non-traditional school settings such as out-of-school-time programs and early education programs. Since 2003, Dr. Van Egeren has been principal investigator for the Michigan Department of Education’s evaluation of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers afterschool program, which has served over 150,000 K-12 students in 500 sites. Funded by the National Science Foundation, she is conducting a five-year cluster randomized trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a preschool science professional development intervention in Head Start classrooms. Dr. Van Egeren also conducts evaluations around science and engineering programs for underrepresented youth, music and science events and festivals, autism intervention, infant nutrition and obesity prevention, childcare expulsion prevention, community and economic development, and technological capacity building. She is a member of the board of the Michigan Association for Evaluation and is a member of the American Evaluation Association. She holds a Ph.D. in developmental psychology and a master’s in child and family clinical psychology from Michigan State University.

 

The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) initiative is a federally funded program that offers out-of-school-time activities for K-12 students in high-poverty areas. The activities are designed to improve students' academic performance and offer enrichment opportunities in a safe environment outside of the regular school day. The programs are evaluated at the federal, state, and local levels.
http://cerc.msu.edu/21cclc

 

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