Institutional Research & Program Evaluation

Institutional research may involve managing or supervising the use of research for policy making, and support planning and decision making. It may also involve conducting original research and incorporating that research into policy briefs or large scale projects.

Candidates with skills in program evaluation, the process used to design and measure effective programs that reflect the mission and goals of an organization, might find a career in institutional research.

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Ned English

Senior Research Methodologist, NORC, University of Chicago
M.S. in Geography, UW–Madison

Hilary Shager

Associate Director, Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, Madison, Wisconsin
MPA in Public Affairs, UW-Madison
Ph.D. in Public Policy, Special Graduate Committee, UW-Madison

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