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Sharon F. Rallis has been elected the 2005 president of the American Evaluation Association by the organization’s membership.

Ms. Rallis, 58, is a professor in the department of educational leadership at the University of Connecticut in Storrs.

She served as the Fairhaven, Mass.-based AEA’s president-elect in 2004 and will serve as past president in 2006. She will preside over the group’s annual conference, which will be held in October in Toronto and be co-sponsored by the Ottawa-based Canadian Evaluation Society.

The AEA, a professional association of evaluators from various fields, has more than 4,000 members.

Vol. 24, Issue 30, Page 5

Published in Print: April 6, 2005, as Sharon F. Rallis

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