Category Archives: evaluation

Reflections on 2013

by Adam Becker, PhD, MPH, Executive Director As 2013 comes to a close, I want to take this opportunity to thank you all for another wonderful year of partnership and collaboration. This was a year of great successes and advancements … Continue reading

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Puppets Promoting Prevention: Consulting with the Research and Evaluation Interest Group

by Joy Menhennett, Guest Blogger We asked Joy Menhennett, Food and Nutrition Education Coordinator for La Casa Norte in Chicago, to write about her experience consulting with the CLOCC Research and Evaluation Interest Group to improve their evaluation effort. Aveggies! A … Continue reading

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DePaul Students Enhance Evaluation, Schools, and Advocacy Work at CLOCC

by Elizabeth Katta, Meredith Jones, and Carolyn Jillson, Guest Bloggers For the past two years, CLOCC has served as a 9-month practicum site for Master of Public Health students from DePaul University. After participating in an application and interview process, … Continue reading

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A Cool Evaluation Project at the Shedd Aquarium

by Sarah Welch MPH, Evaluation Manager Opened May 22, 2009, the Polar Play Zone at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago is the museum’s first permanent exhibit designed specifically with children (aged 2-7) in mind.  The Shedd Aquarium had designed the Polar Play … Continue reading

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