Organizational Evaluation and Strategy Development
EMEC offers support to organizations through an evaluation process that uses the SHP Framework which was developed by our own consulting staff. We will collaborate with you to complete an intensive process that entails systems analysis and pattern recognition resulting in improved strategy development for your organization.
EMEC offers external evaluation for programs of various educational levels and subject areas. We are available to work with clients at any point in the process, including prior to proposal submission. We will assist you with developing the evaluation plan that is typically required by the funding agency.
Grant Writing and Project Planning
EMEC offers grant writing assistance and project planning consultation. We are available to assist with the grant proposal process and have experience preparing proposals for federal and state level agencies, as well as, private foundations. Also, we can consult with your team to assist with making innovative ideas become successful, funded projects.
EMEC offers survey services for organizations or programs who are in need of data for planning or reporting purposes. We host online survey software for ease of deployment to your target audience
and will clean, code, analyze, and summarize the information and provide you with the results.
Barbara Heath will present at the 2014 NC Federal Advanced Technologies Review during the Human/Social Sciences/Cultural & Behavioral Dynamics Forum on June 5, 2014 at the McKimmon Center in Raleigh, NC.
Ferner, Wilkinson, & Heath had the manuscript "Using Patterns to Teach Parallel Computing" accepted for the Fourth NSF/TCPP Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing Education (EduPar-14) which will be held May 19, 2014 in Phoenix.
Barbara and Anthony Heath attended the UNCW Scholarship Donor dinner in February.
EMEC celebrated their 10th Anniversary during January 2014. Thank you to all who joined us for the lunch and open house.
The EMEC scholarship established at UNCW has been awarded to Katelyn Kerns, a junior computer science major focusing on digital arts. Congratulations!
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