The Research and Evaluation Division works extensively with state and local agencies to design evaluations, identify outcome measures, and conduct evaluations of innovative family centered programs and other health and human services related programs and projects. The Center has conducted many studies of national and regional significance. Center researchers use both quantitative and qualitative methodologies to build evaluations that provide measurable results and an understanding of program philosophy and process. Current and recent NRC projects are listed below and completed work may be accessed on the toolbar at left.
Most recently we have
begun adding our work on disabilities and aging studies on a new
page: For the developing page
- click here
more information contact Brad Richardson.