Author: cegchristine

Program evaluation in STEM education

CEG to Evaluate Civil Engineering Clubs

The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) has asked CEG to evaluate a new program designed to connect engineer mentors with high school students in an effort to encourage students to consider careers in civil engineering. The study will take place during the 2012-2013 academic year. Originally posted on July 20, 2012


December 6, 2014 0

Christine Elected to Board of Directors for Concord Education Fund

Christine was recently elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Concord Education Fund (CEF). The CEF is an independent organization that avidly supports the pursuit of excellence in the Concord Public Schools and Concord-Carlisle High School, by granting funds for the development of curricula, programs, and initiatives designed to enhance the experience…
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Newly Published Article on Cognitive Testing

Christine co-authored an article in the latest edition of the journal Patient. The full citation is: Turner-Bowker, D.M., Saris-Baglama, R.N., Derosa, M.A., Paulsen, C.A. (2012). Cognitive testing and readability of an item bank for measuring the impact of headache on health-related quality of life. Patient, 5(2): 89-99. Read abstract Originally posted on April 23, 2012


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Pathways to Engineering Research

CEGĀ is partnering with WGBH and Purdue University to follow a sample of middle school children over a period of three years to see what factors help some children stay on the pathway to a career in engineering and what obstacles prevent children from pursuing such pathways. The study will be completed in 2015. Originally posted…
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