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 Jennifer C. Greene's CV  


Jennifer C. Greene has been an evaluation scholar-practitioner for over 25 years. She received her doctorate in educational psychology from Stanford University  in 1976 and has held academic appointments at the University of Rhode Island, Cornell University, and presently, the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.  Her evaluation scholarship has broadly focused on probing the intersections of social science method with policy discourse and program decision making, with the intent of making evaluation useful and socially responsible. Greene has concentrated specifically on advancing qualitative, mixed method, and democratic approaches to evaluation. Her evaluation practice has spanned multiple domains of practice, with an emphasis on the domains of education, community-based family services, and youth development.

Specifically, Greene has evaluated service learning projects in higher education and action research projects in community settings (Campus Compact, Kellogg Foundation, Commission on National and Community Service), remedial and curriculum reform education projects in K-12 schools (Department of Education, Ford Foundation), public policy and natural resource leadership development (Kellogg Foundation), and projects of youth development and intergenerational storytelling among others. She currently has a grant from the National Science Foundation to pursue an “educative, values-engaged” approach to evaluating science and mathematics education programs.  Greene has published widely in journals and books on program evaluation; she has held leadership positions in AERA and AEA and was recently co-editor-in-chief of New Directions for Evaluation.

In 2003, she received AEA’s Lazarsfeld award for contributions to evaluation theory.




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