I am an anthropologist trained in the application of academic skills to real-world problems. My doctoral work at Rutgers University focused on culture and learning, and used quantitative methods to analyze findings from controlled experiments. These data are discussed in a paper found here.
As a postdoctoral researcher at Arizona State University, I gained experience in team collaboration, and pursed both experimental and qualitative field research. For more about these and other studies and publications, go to helenwasielewski.com.
In my Master of Public Health in Health Behavior Health Promotion, I gained the skills required for effective advocacy, policy analysis, community-based evaluation, and program planning. Having a doctorate in social science means that I have the competence required to conduct independent research, and the MPH means that I am able to make that work matter. For more about the similarities and differences between anthropology and public health, see Academic / Applied.
I look forward to learning about your program evaluation needs!