IPM Symposium Evaluation Workshop March 22

Please join us at the International IPM Symposium for a Workshop Titled: Path to Success: Evaluating IPM Programs from Planning to Data to Impact Statements.

Thursday, March 22, 2019 at the International IPM Symposium

12:00-5:00 PM

Cost: $45 per person (includes lunch)

This hands-on workshop is designed to provide you with interactive feedback and support for all major steps in the evaluation of IPM programs. Whether you are contemplating a new project, interpreting data, or need to write impacts for a report due next week (Yikes!). Please bring along your projects, draft evaluation plans, data, impact statements and any challenges you may have. Using resources available in the IPM evaluation toolkit, this workshop will support you in two major areas: 1) evaluation planning and design, ranging from selecting methods to collecting data, validating those data, and linking the results to activities and outcomes, and 2) how to transform the data into an impact story. By the end of the workshop, participants will leave with an understanding of how to develop an effective evaluation, collect and interpret data and communicate project outcomes to funders and the general public.

Presented by Western IPM Center’s IPM Adoption and Impacts Assessment Work Group: Matt Baur, Western IPM Center; Herb Bolton, USDA-NIFA; Danesha Seth Carley, Southern IPM Center; Amanda Crump, Western IPM Center; Jean-Jacques Dubois, Southern IPM Center; Al Fournier, University of Arizona; Mary Halbleib, Oregon State University; Janet Hurley, Texas A&M University; Yifen Liu, Northeastern IPM Center; Tunyalee Martin, University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources; Neil McRoberts, University of California Davis; Paul Mitchell, University of Wisconsin Madison; Susan Ratcliffe, North Central IPM Center

Advance registration required.

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