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Program evaluation and statistical data analysis

Program Evaluation and Statistical Data Analysis Information

Dr. Chyung provides consulting services to organizations. Her projects involve conducting data analysis and program evaluations for organizations. When possible, she invites OPWL students as interns/WORC researchers (1-2 credits), and WORC researchers to get involved in her consulting projects.

To analyze quantitative data, she uses SPSS to perform various statistical analyses including crosstab, correlation, t-test, factor analysis, and reliability analysis.

Recent Projects

Dr. Chyung’s recent projects include:

Evaluation of Strengthening Families with five protective factors (Boise, Idaho)

  • The executive summary of the report was submitted to the client.

Factor analysis and reliability testing on Wirtgen America’s post-training survey data (Antioch, Tennessee)

  • Was presented at the International Society for Performance Improvement Conference, April 2019.
  • Chyung, S. Y., Stetar, B., & Padgitt, A. (2019, April 15). Why test validity/reliability of your survey data? Presented at ISPI’s Performance Improvement Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Powerful Tools for Caregivers: Data Analysis of Pre, End-of-Class, and Post Surveys from 2011-2017 (Boise, Idaho)

  • The report was submitted to the client, Legacy Corps.
  • A full report published in a journal:
    Chyung, S. Y., LePiane, J., Shamsy, J., & Radloff, M. (2018). Improving caregivers’ confidence with the Powerful Tools for Caregivers program. Educational Gerontology, 44(9), 572-585.
  • Was presented at the Serve Idaho Conference in March 2019.

The Nampa Family Justice Center’s Counseling Services Provided to Children: An Analysis of Data between January 2009 and November 2017 (Nampa, Idaho)

  • The report was submitted to the client, Nampa Family Justice Center.