The faculty of Claremont's School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation are much more than just course instructors. They also serve as mentors who take a sincere interest in the success of their students — they instruct, guide, question, inspire, challenge, and inspire.
Our world-class faculty gives new meaning to the term "subject matter experts." Each faculty member is steeped in knowledge surrounding his or her particular applied and research expertise in social science, policy, and evaluation; it’s the main reason they come to Claremont Graduate University and they are eager to share their knowledge.
Get to know the professors who lead our online programs at the School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation:
Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences
Associate Professor of Evaluation and Applied Methods
Social research and methodologies, policy and program evaluations, data visualization and evaluationRead Full Bio
Research Associate Professor
Educational program evaluation, K–12 educational curricula, after-school programs, comprehensive school reformRead Full Bio
Kendall Cotton Bronk
Associate Professor of Psychology
Adolescent moral development, positive youth developmentRead Full Bio
Stewart I. Donaldson
Executive Director, Claremont Evaluation Center Professor of Psychology and Community & Global Health
Positive organizational psychology, theory-driven evaluation, organizational and career development, health and well-beingRead Full Bio
Assistant Clinical Professor of Evaluation
Evaluation policy in the design, conduct, and use of program evaluationsRead Full Bio