Lorna Rivera's evaluation work focuses on the intersection of scientific content, pedagogy, and equity with the goal of being both methodologically innovative and socially responsible. Rivera has conducted evaluations primarily funded by the National Science Foundation’s Division of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure. This has led her to work with over 18 universities as well as multiple international high performance computing centers and organizations such as Compute Canada, EPCC, PRACE, RIKEN, and XSEDE. Rivera received both her Bachelor of Science in Health Education and her Master of Science in Health Education and Behavior from the University of Florida.
Program Evaluation, Mixed Methods Evaluation



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American Association of Colleges & Universities

Indiana University Bloomington

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign / National Center for Supercomputing Applications

University of Minnesota

The Ohio State University / Ohio Supercomputing Center

SC Conference Series

Southeastern Universities Research Association

University of Texas at Austin / Texas Advanced Computing Center

Women in High Performance Computing