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Current Projects

Projects in Hawai’i and Beyond

We strive to provide robust and place-based knowledge and expertise to get you to where you want to be. Our process fosters collaboration and innovation to ensure we not only understand the core needs of our clients and local stakeholders, but also help them move forward and develop suitable approaches successfully.

University of Guam

Guam EPSCoR GECCO (2020-2025)

We are currently conducting the external evaluation for the Guam Ecosystems Collaboratorium for Corals and Oceans (GECCO) National Science Foundation EPSCoR RII Track 1 Award to the University of Guam. 











We are currently the Evaluation Consultants for a five-year award to the University of Guam and the

University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center for the Pacific Island Partnership for Cancer Health Equity (PIPCHE) project. The partnership is funded by the National Institutes for Health- National Cancer Institute.




University of Hawai’i College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources/

Iowa State University

 NSF EPSCoR Track II (2022-2025)









We are beginning an evaluation of a four-year collaborative project among two universities entitled,"Genome Engineering to Sustain Crop Improvement" (GETSCI). This a-maize-ing collaboration is funded by NSF EPSCoR





University of Hawai’i College of Social Sciences/Kapi’olani Community College (KCC)

NSF RII BEC TBSE  (2022-2027)


We are conducting a five-year evaluation for the an-NSF -funded project entitled, "Transcending Barriers to Success in Economics (TBSE) for Underrepresented Students: From COVID-Affected to Climate Resilient".

University of Guam/ University of Hawaiʻi Cancer Center

NIH/NCI U54 Evaluation (2020-2025)



University of the Virgin Islands/ Catalyst Consulting Group

NSF CGTC Navigating Home (2022-2027)


We are evaluating a Cultural Transformation in the Geoscience Community Program collaborative implementation grant entitled, "Navigating Home". This project involves partners at three island hubs at the University of Guam, the University of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.


University of Hawai'i/JABSOM

Evaluation CDC REACH (2023-2028)


We are currently working with the University of Hawai'i's John A. Burns School of Medicine to evaluate the CDC-funded Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Grant in five Pacific Island jurisdictions (Guam, Chuuk, Kosrae, Yap and Palau)

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