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August 2021

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Cost Analysis: Colorado Community Response Program
  • Establishing a Baseline: Substance Use & Infant and Maternal Mortality
  • New LINC Projects

Read the August 2021 newsletter here!

July 2021

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Colorado Shines Professional Development Information System
  • Investigating Allegations of Child Abuse and Neglect
  • 2021 Legislative Review
  • New Projects at the Colorado Lab

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June 2021

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Colorado Legislature Passes Brain Injury Pilot Program To Reduce Recidivism
  • Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Program Expands
  • Consultant Opportunity: Early Childhood Research and Analytics

Read the June 2021 newsletter here!

May 2021

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Closing the High School Graduation Gap for Youth Who Experience
    Foster Care
  • Denver Public Schools and Colorado Judicial Branch Partner with LINC
  • Sarah Jordan Joins Lab Staff

Read the May 2021 newsletter here!

April 2021

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Prenatal Substance Use and Improving Family Health
  • Ensuring the Equitable Treatment of Defendants
  • New at the Colorado Lab

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March 2021

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Food Insecurity in Mesa County
  • Brain Injury Support in Criminal Justice System

Read the March 2021 newsletter here!

February 2021

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Response, Innovation and Student Equity (RISE) Education Fund
  • Phase II of the Early Childhood Workforce Dashboard Underway
  • Welcome to New Colorado Lab Staff

Read the February 2021 newsletter here!

December 2020

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Linked Information Network of Colorado (LINC) Website Launches
  • National Publication Features LINC

ICYMI (In Case You Missed It):

  • Impact Report Now Available

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December 2020 – Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab: 3 Years in Action  

Three years ago, the Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab launched as a strategic research partner for Colorado government – specializing in actionable research that could improve the lives of Colorado residents.

Starting with philanthropic support and a deep partnership with the Colorado governor’s office, the Lab has grown to accomplish 38 research projects in conjunction with 29 government agencies and 21 academic, private, and nonprofit research partners.

We created “Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab: 3 Years in Action” to report on the impact of our work, and to share how to connect with our efforts.

View the Impact Report here!

August 2020

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Recidivism and Traumatic Brain Injury: A Vicious Cycle
  • LINC-Driven Dashboard on Early Care and Education Workforce Launches
  • Colorado Lab, LINC Noted in Results for America Blueprint
  • AISP Highlights Colorado Lab Efforts

Read the August 2020 newsletter here!

May 2020

Featured in this newsletter: 

  • Fostering Opportunities: Stories of Success
  • Increasing the Understanding of Food Insecurity by Medical Providers and Educators
  • Building Capacity to Implement the Family First Prevention Services Act

Read the May 2020 newsletter here!

November 2019 Issue 2

News Release: New On-line Mapping Tool Targets Link Between Housing, Mental Health

    November 2019 Issue 1

    Featured in this newsletter: 

    • Family First Prevention Services Act:
      Evidentiary Reviewers Needed – Training Opportunity and Call for Reviewers

    June 2019

    Featured in this newsletter: 

    • Opportunities with LINC
    • Implementation Science Research Opportunity with CDPHE
    • New Website Launch
    • RFP Reminder

    May 2019

    Featured in this newsletter: 

    • Request for Proposals from the Research Community: Cross-System, Actionable Research Tailored to Priorities of Governor Polis’s Administration
    • Call for Ideas from State Agency Staff: Cross-System and Actionable Research

    April 2019 Issue 2

    • Co-PI Opportunity for Health Care Utilization RCT
    • Consultant Opportunity for a Behavioral Economist
    • Awards for Manuscript Co-Author Opportunity
    • Apply to Join CARAN
    • Register to Attend the CARAN Summer Institute
    • Upcoming Request for Proposals

    Read the April 2019 Issue 2 newsletter here!

    April 2019 Issue 1

    • CARAN Summer Institute: Designing Research for Action
    • Cross System Awards
    • Call for Behavioral Economist Fellows
    • Introducing Sarah Moses

    Read the April 2019 Issue 1 newsletter here!

    March 2019

    • CARAN Summer Institute: Designing Research for Action
    • Job Opportunities with the Colorado Lab
    • Opportunity for Manuscript Co-Authorship

    Read the March 2019 newsletter here!

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