Presentations, Invited Talks, and Panels

Core Value #8: Make it, measure it, maintain it, and move it forward.

Paper Presentations

“Teaching Conflict Resolution in OST: Adapting an Evidence-based Conflict Resolution Program for Use During After School Hours”, Chauveron, L.M. & Thompkins, A.T., Vancouver, BC, April 2012.

“Using School-CBO Partnerships to Improve Parent Engagement in Under-Resourced Schools”, Karras, J., Thompkins, A.T., Chauveron, L.M., Vancouver, BC, April 2012.

“From Community Initiative to Model Program: Maintaining Quality While Including Stakeholder Values”, American Evaluation Association Conference, Anaheim, CA, November 2011

“The Roadmap to Effectiveness: An Evaluation Tool”, American Evaluation Association Conference, Anaheim, CA,  November 2011

“The Leadership Program’s Violence Prevention Project: A Quasi-experimental Evaluation of a Universal Violence Prevention Program”, American Evaluation Research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 2011

Poster Presentations

American Evaluation Association, Anaheim, CA, November 2011

The Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention’s National Conference for Children’s Justice and Safety, Washington D.C., October 2011

Society for Prevention Research Conference, Washington D.C., May 2011

Invited Talks

“Advanced Generalist Practice and Programming: Program Design”, Columbia University School of Social Work, November 2013

“Evaluation, Policy & International Development: A More Perfect Union”University of Southern California, November 2011

“Using Data to Drive Decision-Making in Schools”New York, NY, April 2009

Panels

Chair: “Utilizing OST Program Strategies to Reduce Risk & Promote Positive Social, Emotional & Academic Outcomes”, Vancouver, BC, April 2012

Organizer/Panelist: “LGBTQ Bullying in Urban Schools: Creating Supportive School Climates to Help It Get Better”, April 2012, Vancouver, BC

“From Community Initiatives to Model Program: Maintaining Quality While Including Stakeholder Values”, Chauveron, L.M. & Thompkins, A.C., American Evaluation Association Conference, Anaheim, CA, November 2011

“The Leadership Program’s Violence Prevention Project: A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of a Universal Violence Prevention Program”, Thompkins, A.C. & Chauveron, L.M., American Research Association Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 2011

“District Partnerships and the Future of 21st CCLC”, Blonka Winkfield, National 21st CCLC Conference, Dallas, TX, July 2008 

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