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We are pleased to offer the 2024 Summer Institute in Program Evaluation.

The Institute is a capacity-building opportunity for program evaluation and the use of evidence for decision-making. The Institute will bring together community-based practitioners and university students to learn about program evaluation using an online platform. Institute participants will learn about Western and Indigenous approaches to evaluation through a combination of lectures, case studies, and group work. Participants will develop evaluation plans to be implemented by community agencies in the health and social service sectors. Contingent on space availability. For participating agencies, the Institute will also offer the opportunity to receive support in implementing the evaluation plans after the Institute.  


The Institute will be offered from June 3rd to 7th, 2024, 8:30am to 4:30pm. Classes and group work will take place in person.

If you have any further questions, please contact Professor Javier Mignone (

Who Should Attend

  • Those responsible for program delivery, monitoring or evaluation, particularly at the community level

  • Students (graduate/undergraduate) who want to improve their community-based evaluation skills

  • Those seeking networking opportunities with people working in the areas of health, social services, well-being and evaluation

  • People interested in making programs better reflect the needs of their community

Propose an Evaluation Case Study!

Do you have a program you would like to evaluate?

If accepted as a case study, Summer Institute participants will develop and provide you with an evaluation framework for your program, and follow up support for implementation. Submit your case study using the link above.

“I really liked the case study process. The experience provided me with a concrete understanding of the evaluation process.”


– Summer Institute Participant

Student Reg
For-Credit Student Registration

Undergraduate and graduate students register for courses below using Aurora Student.

Non-degree community members register with "Non-U of M Student Registration" link  above.

Undergraduate Students:

FMLY 3790 A01 (3 credit hours)

Evaluation of Programs for Children and Families


Graduate Students:

FMLY 7500 A01 (3 credit hours)

Evaluation of Family, Health and Social Programs



The Non-Student Registration Fee is $800.00 (includes GST)*

*Subsidies may be available upon request

Contact Us

For more information contact:

Javier Mignone

Department of Community Health Sciences

Phone: (204) 474-8065


In Partnership with:
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