The MSU program evaluation faculty are seasoned, Ph.D.-level evaluation professionals who work in diverse settings and bring real-world experience to the classroom. They evaluate social programs in areas including violence against women, HIV/AIDS, aging, child and adolescent health, and early childhood education. Also, they have functioned as evaluators in such roles as directing the evaluation function in a large, urban non-profit; heading external evaluation projects for state and federal government agencies and foundations; and leading independent consulting firms.

Collectively, our faculty bring an average of 23 years of real-world experience to the virtual classroom. They are accomplished evaluators who are also passionate about student success. They understand that our students are balancing the demands of school, work, family, and personal well-being. They are there with our students every step of the way, offering guidence and support to help students achieve their academic and career goals. They are also available to students for ongoing mentoring after graduation.