Boyce, Ayesha

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Translating theory to practice: a multi-method study of the contribution analysis evaluation approach 2020 795 As the evaluation discipline moves away from the “black-box” evaluations, theory-based evaluation approaches such as Contribution Analysis (CA) have gained popularity. This study responded to explicit requests to probe deeper into CA (e.g., Budhwani ...
Discourse of STEM education evaluation : current and future perspectives 2023 128 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education has become increasingly important in the US due to its influence on the nation's educational needs, the creation of a skilled labor force, and opportunities for more tech-savvy worker...
We are not monolithic : exploring the intersectionality of multiple identities and professional experiences of Black African women evaluators in the United States 2024 184 Historically, the field of program evaluation has been dominated by middle class White practitioners often lacking diversity in race, gender, and cultural perspectives (Fitzpatrick, Sanders, & Worthen, 2014). Recent years, however, have seen a concer...
Latinos (a, e, x) in program evaluation theory and practice : an examination of the general landscape 2022 25 Even though there have been significant theoretical and practical advancements towards culturally responsive evaluation in the past decades, analysis of how Latinos (a, e, x) have been involved in these narratives is still nascent. With projections i...
Addressing privilege not marginalization : analysis of White evaluators’ perspectives on privilege 2022 1590 This study uses a phenomenological qualitative approach to interviewing privileged White evaluators to construct an operational definition for privilege, and investigates methods of evaluators addressing marginalization, leveraging positional privile...
Determinants of presidential longevity in higher education: estimating a structural model from a dataset derived from publicly available data 2018 731 Long-term presidents are important to institutions of higher education, yet, studies on presidential tenure in higher education have reported declining tenures for several decades. The studies reporting these declines primarily used surveys of sittin...
Understanding the gap in theory to practice in evaluation 2023 133 In graduate evaluation education, research has shown that theory to practice is overshadowed by a focus on practical methods which results in evaluation education tension and a tenuous understanding of evaluation theory to practice when evaluators co...