Project External Evaluator, Hui Mālama O Ke Kai Foundation (HMK) E Kūkulu I Nā Alakaʻi Hawaiʻi (Building Hawaiian Leaders) 2017-
Project External Evaluator, EAGER NSF MakerSTEM Project (partnership of Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology and COE Institute of Teacher Education) 2017-
Project Evaluator, Kōkua Hawai’i Foundation ʻĀINA in the Schools program 2016- 2018
Manset, G. & Evenson, S. (Jan, 2019) Basics of Program Evaluation and Reporting. Training presented by Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL) for Consolidated Grants Management Office, American Samoa Department of Education, Pago Pago, American Samoa
Project External Evaluator, University of Hawaíi EPSCoR ‘Ike Wai: Securing Hawai‘i’s Water Future (NSF funded) with Pacific Resources in Education and Learning (PREL) 2016-2018.
Project Evaluator, Kōkua Hawai’i Foundation ʻĀINA in the Schools program
Kamehameha Schools Kupa Aina Program Kupa ‘Āina is a Native Hawaiian cultural and place-based program designed to:“develop students’ understandings of the special cultural and ecological characteristics of the places in which they live”, with the ultimate goal of supporting the thriving of people,land, and communities. KS intends to accomplish this by: a) strengthening the connection between Hawai‘i DOE K-12 schools and ‘āina-based learning labs and; b) establishing a multi-year learner pathway that engages students at three education levels: elementary/middle school, high school, and early postsecondary.The Kupa ‘Āina program includes integrated ‘āina-based (land-based) and science curriculum taught through hands-on, placed-based, and project-based approaches in partnership between KS, Hawaii DOE schools, and the University of Hawaii.
COSEE Island Earth is NSF Funded Project designed to advance ocean literacy through partnerships between researchers and educators with the development of a collaborative network. Activities include the development of a broad online network and matching service, outreach programs that link scientists with schools and communities, and the integration of traditional knowledge with ocean education.
The University of Hawaii Center for Disability Studies (CDS) has two NSF funded STEM related projects designed to support postsecondary students with disabilities, the Pacific Alliance and Pathways to STEM . Project includes the development of cross institution Communities of Practice (COP) as well as research-based support services targeting mentoring, career services, and academics.
COSEE Pacific Partners was an NSF funded project that worked to bring together marine scientists with community college teachers through summer workshops and internships in the Pacific Northwest, Hawaii islands, and western Pacific Islands.