Office of Research, Evaluation & Program Support
The Office of Research, Evaluation, and Program Support (REPS), situated within the Office of the Senior University Dean for Academic Affairs, supports a variety of educational and workforce development programs by providing data and information essential to developing and improving programs and partnerships.
The primary focus of REPS is to examine these programs and the impact they have on students’ academic skills and achievement, college readiness, workforce readiness and other key program outcomes. REPS provides statistical support and analysis, including empirical research and program evaluation, to a variety of audiences, including program administrators, campus officials, and a national audience of educators, researchers, and policymakers.
Transition Age Youth in Foster Care Research Fellowship Award
Thanks to generous support from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, the Office of Research, Evaluation and Program Support (REPS) is pleased to announce a request for proposals for three two-year faculty/administrator fellowships each in the amount of $40,000. The fellowships are designed to examine the experiences and outcomes of youth in foster care at CUNY, and to support and expand upon a foster youth research agenda in development by REPS. The fellowships will provide an additional means for generating deep, scientific knowledge to inform the work of multiple stakeholders supporting the postsecondary success of youth in foster care.
REPS is proud to partner with MDRC and the Community College Research Center (CCRC) on a $4.8-million IES Research Grant to evaluate the CUNY Start program. The U.S. Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences has awarded a five-year grant to MDRC, CUNY, and CCRC to evaluate CUNY Start. More >>
Robin Hood, New York's largest poverty fighting organization, ideas42, a leading behavioral ideas lab, along with CUNY recently announced the semi-finalists for The Robin Hood College Success Prize , a competition designed to identify scalable technology solutions to increase the three-year graduation rates of the most at-risk community college students—those enrolled in remedial courses. More >>
Office of the Senior University Dean for Academic Affairs