The SEA Newsletter
Our latest newsletter edition:
Sean Little - Editor, Book Reviewer
Sean Little works as a consultant and freelance writer in Fort Lauderdale. Mr. Little has an MA in Psychology (Social) and a BA in Sociology, and has a background in HIV prevention and substance abuse from a harm reduction perspective. Currently, he is working on a “grass-roots” policy analyses of HIV specific laws. Mr. Little has been SEA's Newsletter Editor and Book Reviewer since 2008.
Shaun Horton is a copyeditor for Duke University Press. He has also worked on the editorial staff of Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture and was the founding editor of History of Christianity, the official blog of the American Society of Church History.
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"Several years ago at an AEA conference session on evaluation competency, George Grob suggested the following strategy: Every year pick one hard and one soft evaluation skill. During the course of the year, study each of those skills and work on expanding your skill in that area. Next year you should pick different hard and soft skills to develop.
That strategy has guided my selection of books to review for this newsletter. If any member has a suggestion for a book to review, I also place great value in serendipity."
- Sean Little
SEA Newsletter Editor and Book Reviewer
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