Timothy Ho, Ph.D.

Research Analyst

Phone: (503) 243-2436 x 107

Fax: (503) 243-2454

Email: timothyho@npcresearch.com

Timothy Ho joined NPC Research in June 2015 as a Research Analyst. Dr. Ho has almost a decade of experience in research and evaluation, and his role on evaluation teams has primarily focused on providing quantitative data analysis and assisting in the design of research and evaluation projects. He is experienced in planning and implementing rigorous and appropriate methodologies that help program staff and managers better understand their programs. Other responsibilities have included overseeing data collection processes and implementing best practices for data management to ensure high quality data. In addition to advanced quantitative methodologies, Dr. Ho has experience conducting focus groups and interviews and analyzing qualitative data. Further, he has assisted in evaluations in a variety of disciplines, including education, criminal justice, public health, and early childhood development.

Dr. Ho has been published in the American Journal of Evaluation and Evaluation and Program Planning. He has also had numerous presentations at professional conferences, on topics ranging from interpreting quantitative findings, approaches to assessing fidelity of implementation measures, and best practices for data management.

Dr. Ho received his Master of Arts and his doctorate in Education with an emphasis in Social Research Methodology at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Projects, Publications, and Presentations

On this page you can access all the reports, publications, and projects relevant to specific staff and available to the public from NPC Research. In one of the fields below, enter a title, choose a type (project, publication, or presentation) from the drop-down menu, or choose a topic area from the drop-down. The results will sort automatically. Click on bold type for more information on any item of interest.

Title Type Category
Statewide Evaluation of Missouri’s 4-Track Drug Court Initiative project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Books 2 U project Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Literacy
Sargent Shriver Civil Counsel Act Evaluation project Other
NIJ Second Chance Act Reentry Courts project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Clark County Therapeutic Courts Peer-to-Peer Recovery Mentoring project Criminal Justice, Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Substance Abuse Treatment
Evaluation of the Family Recovery Program – Baltimore project Drug Courts/ Problem-Solving Courts, Early Childhood and Family Well-Being, Substance Abuse Treatment
Tribal Health: Reaching out InVolves Everyone (THRIVE) Evaluation project Community Health
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Tribal Personal Responsibility and Education Prevention Project project Community Health