Event Calendar

Event Calendar

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  • HRSA Grants Education Webinar Series
    All day
    10/10/18

    The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) invites you to a FREE Grants Education and Technical Assistance Webinar Series for Tribes, Tribal Organizations, Indian Health, Tribal and Urban Indian Health Programs.

    Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the federal grant application process, how to write better grant proposals and evaluation plans for your projects, strategies for successful grant management, and more. Participants will also have the opportunity to connect with HRSA subject matter experts, grant reviewers, as well as peers to discuss best practices and barriers to successful grants application and management.

    The webinars will be held the second Wednesday of every month from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm ET (10am PT, 11am MT, 12pm CT).

    Registration

    October 10, 2018
    Successful HRSA Tribal Grantees: A Discussion on Best Practices, Lesson Learned in Managing HRSA Grants

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  • Evaluation 2018: Speaking Truth to Power
    All day
    10/28/18-11/03/18

    Make Your Voice Heard at Evaluation 2018

    Whether the origins of the phrase Speaking Truth to Power are an American Friends Service Committee’s 1955 pamphlet on nonviolence, a Quaker saying from the 18th Century, writings by civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, a speech by ACLU president Patrick Malin, or even plays by Sophocles or Shakespeare, it has been used by social justice activists, clergy, academics, journalists, politicians, and evaluators to describe taking a stand, speaking out.

    Join your evaluation colleagues in a lively, critical conversation about the role of evaluators and evaluation in Speaking Truth to Power.

     

    Learn More Here

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  • Evaluation 2018: Speaking Truth to Power
    All day
    10/29/18-11/03/18

    Make Your Voice Heard at Evaluation 2018

    Whether the origins of the phrase Speaking Truth to Power are an American Friends Service Committee’s 1955 pamphlet on nonviolence, a Quaker saying from the 18th Century, writings by civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, a speech by ACLU president Patrick Malin, or even plays by Sophocles or Shakespeare, it has been used by social justice activists, clergy, academics, journalists, politicians, and evaluators to describe taking a stand, speaking out.

    Join your evaluation colleagues in a lively, critical conversation about the role of evaluators and evaluation in Speaking Truth to Power.

     

    Learn More Here

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  • Evaluation 2018: Speaking Truth to Power
    All day
    10/30/18-11/03/18

    Make Your Voice Heard at Evaluation 2018

    Whether the origins of the phrase Speaking Truth to Power are an American Friends Service Committee’s 1955 pamphlet on nonviolence, a Quaker saying from the 18th Century, writings by civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, a speech by ACLU president Patrick Malin, or even plays by Sophocles or Shakespeare, it has been used by social justice activists, clergy, academics, journalists, politicians, and evaluators to describe taking a stand, speaking out.

    Join your evaluation colleagues in a lively, critical conversation about the role of evaluators and evaluation in Speaking Truth to Power.

     

    Learn More Here

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  • Evaluation 2018: Speaking Truth to Power
    All day
    10/31/18-11/03/18

    Make Your Voice Heard at Evaluation 2018

    Whether the origins of the phrase Speaking Truth to Power are an American Friends Service Committee’s 1955 pamphlet on nonviolence, a Quaker saying from the 18th Century, writings by civil rights leader Bayard Rustin, a speech by ACLU president Patrick Malin, or even plays by Sophocles or Shakespeare, it has been used by social justice activists, clergy, academics, journalists, politicians, and evaluators to describe taking a stand, speaking out.

    Join your evaluation colleagues in a lively, critical conversation about the role of evaluators and evaluation in Speaking Truth to Power.

     

    Learn More Here

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