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Monitoring & Evaluation
This seminar will provide an introduction to the principles and practice of program monitoring and evaluation, with an emphasis on food security and nutrition-related programs in developing countries. By reviewing relevant literature and utilizing case studies in the areas of nutrition, food security, primary health, agriculture and other fields, students will become fluent in applying the language and tools of program monitoring and evaluation system design and implementation. This seminar will consist of lectures, discussions, guest speakers, and applied exercises including work on practical monitoring and evaluation challenges for ongoing development programs. Enrollment limited to 22 students with the following priority order: 1) MAHA students; 2) FPAN students pursuing the Nutrition Interventions Specialization; 3) Graduating and Second-Year students; 4) PhD students; 5) First-Year students; 6) MS/MPH and dual-degree students that don't fall into any of the preceding categories; and 7) Cross-Registrants. Prerequisite: Graduate standing or instructor consent. May have a few asynchronous components. All class sessions will be recorded via Zoom.
- Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy