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Evaluation Conversation: Diversity & Inclusion Issue Corps

In preparation of the upcoming Designathon for eXtension's Diversity and Inclusion Issue Corps, eXtension is offering a targeted professional development opportunity for Corps members and their teams to address evaluation plans for Issue Corps projects. Scott Cummings of Texas A&M will lead our discussion with a goal of addressing what the Issue Corps may feel are their biggest obstacles in evaluating their efforts. This webinar is essential to help the Issue Corps teams prepare for the work ahead.

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Please share your thoughts in our one question survey asking, What are 2-3 challenges that you may face in evaluating your Issue Corps project?

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