Empowering Leadership: Computing Scholars of Tomorrow Alliance

Our Reports

The EL Alliance is committed to both formative and summative evaluation, including an understanding of the need for feedback to inform ELA practice and future programs, and the importance of providing the ELA and the NSF with rigorous results regarding the impact of the program on students. The ELA Evaluation Committee, which includes external evaluators Lecia Barker and Jose Cossa from the the University of Texas at Austin, meets throughout the year to discuss long-term evaluation.

Evaluation documents of the Empowering Leadership Alliance are available for download below:

Evaluation Report: 2010-2011 ELA Rice Impact
Richard Tapia, August 2011

Evaluation Report: 2011 ELA Rice Undergraduate Research Symposium
Alice Fisher, January 2011

Evaluation Report: Second New England Undergraduate Computing Symposium (NEUCS)
José Cossa, April 2010

Empowering Leadership Alliance Members’ Experiences of and Outcomes from the 2009 Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference
José Cossa & Lecia Barker, June 30, 2009

Evaluation Report: First New England Undergraduate Computing Symposium (NEUCS)
José Cossa, June, 2009

EVALUATION PLAN - Empowering Leadership Alliance (ELA)
Lecia Barker & José Cossa, June 9, 2009

2008-2009 Annual Evaluation Report,
presented to ELA Leadership Team by Lecia Barker, January 19, 2009

Evaluation Report:
ELA Members’ Responses to the Tapia Celebration Survey
Sarah Hug, January, 2008