We offer a full range of evaluation services to clients who oversee funded programs and grants. Please contact us so we can develop a comprehensive plan that meets your unique needs, helping you to learn about and improve your program. Our goal is to provide you with a rigorous and objective analysis of your program’s progress and effectiveness.
Guadalupe Corral, Ph.D.
Director of REAS
Guadalupe Corral, Ph.D., is Director of Research, Evaluation and Assessment Services (REAS) at UTEP. Dr. Corral has a PhD in Experimental Psychology, with a concentration in social and cognitive psychology, and a Master’s in Sociology. She has a strong foundation in research and evaluation methodologies, as well as in statistical analysis. In her current position, Dr. Corral oversees the evaluation of projects funded by agencies such as, the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, the Department of Education, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, among others. She has also worked on large projects requiring survey development and implementation in collaboration with various other entities, including: Fort Bliss, the Paso del Norte Health Foundation, Upper Rio Grande Workforce Solutions, the City of El Paso, the Housing Authority of the City of El Paso, and El Paso First Health Network.
Sandra Oviedo Ramirez, Ph.D.
Sandra Oviedo Ramirez is an Associate Director for the Research Evaluation and Assessment Services (REAS) unit under the Office of Research & Sponsored Projects at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). Sandra earned her Master’s in Experimental Psychology from UTEP and is now a doctoral candidate in the Department of Psychology with a concentration in health. She has a strong background in research methodologies and statistical analyses including psychometrics. Sandra has experience conducting research in multiple settings such as hospitals, community centers, universities, and online platforms. Lastly, Sandra has experience using motivational interviewing to develop culturally informed brief health interventions. Aside from program evaluation, her research focuses on examining the role of culture in health behaviors and outcomes among Latinos.
Current Student Research Assistants
Carolina Amaya Lincoln
Previous Student Research Assistants
Mariana Cardenas Dominguez