Allyson Krupar has over seven years’ experience in research, project development, monitoring and evaluation in local organizations worldwide, specifically focusing on projects related to education for professionals, post-secondary education, and education for older learners who have not completed traditional formal schooling.
Ms. Krupar has worked on education and human rights programs in the US, conflict resolution training in Liberia, health education in Uganda, and technology and education worldwide. She has taught at the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul and worked in distance and e-learning at Makerere University's Infectious Disease Institute in Kampala, Uganda and American University. She currently serves as a Visiting Researcher with RET, an international organization focusing on post-primary education for displaced people, where she conducts impact evaluation of programming and independent research towards her dissertation.
Ms. Krupar holds a Bachelors of Arts in Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University and a Masters of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies focusing on conflict resolution, human rights law and anthropology from the School of International Service at American University. Currently, she is a Doctoral Candidate in Adult Education and Comparative International Education at Penn State University. Her research focuses on adult and youth education in conflict affected environments where formal education is unreliable or unaccessible, as well as human rights and peace education and the role of technology in education in these settings.
She will teach PME 610: Evaluation Approaches & Designs.
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