Dr. Cantor has more than fifteen years’ experience doing evaluation research, mainly for nonprofit organizations that have programs promoting educational or prosocial goals.
Some of her projects include:
- (1993-1998): Evaluation research for Wisconsin Public Television’s series “Get Real!”, with funding from the National Science Foundation.
- (1996): National Survey of Parents’ Attitudes about Current Rating Systems for Media, for the National PTA. Funding from Institute for Mental Health Initiatives, Washington, DC.
- (1997): Evaluation of an Alternative Television Rating System. National PTA.
- (1998-99): Evaluation of Safe Night USA, a production of Wisconsin Public Television, funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
- (2000): Formative Evaluation of Pilot Program for Cultural Horizons television series for schools, Wisconsin Public Television.
- (2002): Survey Of Outreach Units in Public Television Stations, National Center for Outreach, Madison, Wisconsin.
- (2005-2006): Formative Evaluation of a pilot program for “democracy it is!,” a television series for K-12 schools, Wisconsin Public Television.
- (2007 to the present): Evaluation of “Fusion Science Theater”, a science outreach program for children, funded by the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Cantor’s evaluation services run the gamut from small, one-time questionnaire assessments to large-scale multi-year projects, including both formative and summative evaluations.
To inquire about how these services might work for you, call 608-221-0593 or contact us.