Frejdyn received his B.S. Business Economics from Indiana University. He is currently in the M.Sc. Water Resources Program at UNM. Frejdyn enjoys teaching and learning, and his greatest passion is building useful models. Frejdyn is devoted to his daughter, LiLu Kaia, and loves writing and performing music and comedy, (re)building cars and playing/building games ("they're just models, after all"). Frejdyn is currently working with PB&J (and enjoying every minute of it). He hopes to make the world a better place through the construction, interpretation and dissemination of well-defined and easily applied models and games.
MA Community and Regional Planning
PhD Organizational Information and Learning Sciences (OILS)
BA Economics and Political Science
BA Family Studies and Sociology
Onesimus Al-Amin is currently a PhD student in the Human Development and Family Studies Department of the University of Delaware. Originally from Clearwater, Florida, Onesimus graduated cum laude with his BA in Family Studies and Sociology from UNM. Onesimus is a McNair Scholar with an interest in the impact of fatherhood involvement on interrupting the pre-school-to-prison pipeline. During his Evaluation Lab Fellowship he worked with La Red del Rio Abajo.
PhD in Latin American Studies
BA in Economics
MA in Latin American Studies
Charla Henley is currently employed through the Global Education Office at the University of New Mexico, where she specializes in Study Abroad in Central and South America. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish Literature and Business Administration, earned through Roanoke College in May 2014. She is also a recent graduate of UNM with a Master’s in Latin American Studies as of May 2016. During her first year with the UNM Evaluation Lab, she worked with Enlace Comunitario to evaluate their Youth Leader program through a fun and interactive focus group, paired with other supplemental evaluation activities. This year, she serves as a Senior Fellow, continuing to work with Enlace Comunitario, but evaluating a different preventative program.
BA in Psychology and Sociology
Derek Kuit is in the process of earning his MA in Educational Psychology at UNM and hopes to pursue a doctorate in the same field. Derek's research interests center on promoting prosocial behaviors in students through education and currriculum. Derek currently works as a Research Assistant for Mission: Graduate and the Center for Education Policy Research at UNM. As a Fellow of the Evaluation Lab Derek worked with PB&J Family Services.