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Selina Röhrig, M.Sc.

 

Research associate

 

E-Mail: s.roehrig(at)ceval.de
Telephone: +49 (0)6 81 - 3 02 - 37 20
Fax:  +49 (0)6 81 - 3 02 - 38 99
Office hours: By appointment
Address
Saarland University
Center for Evaluation
Room E 14, Building C 5.3
PO Box 15 11 50
D-66041 Saarbruecken
Area of responsibility:
Employee at the chair of Sociology
Project coordination
Acquisition of third-party funding
contract research
Main areas of emphasis:
Quantitative methods
Organizational development
International cooperation in education and research

 

Professional Career

Since 10.2017 Research associate at the chair of Sociology, Saarland University, Saarbruecken
02.2014 - 09.2017 Research assistant at the chair of Sociology, Saarland University, Saarbruecken
08.2014 - 10.2014 Student apprentice at Center for Evaluation (CEval GmbH), Saarbruecken
11.2011 - 02.2013 Student apprentice at the Land Office of Criminal Investigation Saarland Departement LKA 14 - Crime Prevention and Victim Protection, Saarbruecken

Education

Since 10.2015
Master of Evaluation, Saarland University, Saarbruecken
10.2013 - 06.2017
Master of Science Psychology, Saarland University, Saarbruecken
Thesis on: 'Different countries, Different Customs: The Anchor Precision Effect in an "Eastern" Negotiation Culture'
10.2008 - 04.2013
Bachelor of Science Psychology, Saarland University, Saarbruecken
Thesis on: 'Elaboration and Implementation of ProPK Guidelines for Process Evaluation in the Scope of the Violence Prevention Project  "Aktion Tu Was" (December 2011) - Evaluation Report on behalf of Department LPP 246 "Crime Prevention and Victim Protection"'
06.2008  Abitur  (school leaving examination) at Leibniz-Gymnasium, St. Ingbert
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Articles

YearTitleAuthor
2015Evaluation in der Zivilgesellschaft. CEval Arbeitspapier im Auftrag des Deutschen Evaluierungsinstitutes (DEval)Stockmann, Reinhard; Röhrig, Selina
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On-going Projects

ProjectBeginEndClient
Factors for successful cooperation in vocational training with People’s Republic of China – a comparison of governmental, civil and private sector concepts4/20193/2022Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Stockmann

Contact Person: Selina Röhrig

Staff: Selina Röhrig

Partner: Chinesisch-Deutsches Institut für Berufsbildung der Tongji-Universität (CDIBB), Shanghai, Centrale Institute for Vocational & Technical Education (CIVTE), Beijing

Description

The research project “Factors for a successful cooperation in vocational training with the People’s Republic of China – a comparison of governmental, civil and private sector concepts” will investigate for the first time whether success factors of international VET cooperation identified in previous research, arranged into a key factor model, also apply to cooperations outside the development cooperation context, in the private sector and in China. On the basis of quantitative and qualitative analyses of state, civil society and private sector VET cooperations, general recommendations for action are generated and individual projects or measures are highlighted as best-practice examples. Conferences and publications will promote comprehensive dissemination, discussion and use of gained insights in international VET research and practice.
Evaluation of the German Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change7/20176/2020Umweltbundesamt (UBA)

Project Manager: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Contact Person: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Staff: Dr. Hansjörg Gaus, Selina Röhrig, M.A. Sandra Bäthge

Partner: adelphi

Description

The German Strategy for Adaptation to Climate Change (DAS) and the corresponding Adaptation Action Plan are the main pillars of Germany’s climate policy. The Federal Government aims to reduce the vulnerability of the economy, the environment and society to the effects of climate change in the long term. To this end, a number of concrete measures have recently been implemented at various levels. In order to successfully adapt to climate change and to continue to develop the national climate change strategy, it is important to critically reflect on the current process as well as to acknowledge achievements and possible shortcomings.

The overarching goal of the evaluation commissioned by the German Federal Environmental Agency (UBA) is to determine whether the national adaptation strategy represents a successful approach for increasing the adaptive capacity and reducing the vulnerability of natural, social and economic systems to the effects of climate change. The evaluation includes three central parts: (1) the process of developing and implementing the strategy on the nationl level (2) the implementation status of the adaptation measures at the federal level and (3), an impact assessment of the strategy's effects on the vulnerability and adaptative capacities of natural, social and economic systems.

The Center for Evaluation (CEval) implements the evaluation together with adelphi. To do so, a methodology will be used which was developed in a previous project and which has already been adopted politically. With the use of central evaluation questions as well as a policy impact model, data will be initially collected using a variety of methods (interviews, document analysis etc.). Using defined evaluation criteria, a comprehensive data analysis and evaluation will be carried out. The results and hypotheses will be reflected in a Delphi method and then condensed.

Former Projects

ProjectBeginEndClient
Preparation of an AMPA overview for 20 multilateral organizations as well as two general overviews10/20188/2019Direktion für Entwicklung und Zusammenarbeit (DEZA)

Project Manager: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Stockmann

Contact Person: Selina Röhrig

Description

The Annual Multilateral Performance Assessment (AMPA) is an instrument of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) for the annual performance assessment of its priority multilateral organizations. The aim is to assess these organizations as neutrally and independently as possible, with little resource input on the basis of existing and accessible information. AMPA is based on 1) MOPAN reports (external source), 2) the CCM Annual Reports (SDC assessment) and 3) self-assessments of multilateral organizations (e.g. scorecards). As part of a consulting evaluation assignment, CEval has worked with the client to develop concrete measures to optimize the performance assessment.
Evaluation of the German Egyptian Research Fund6/201410/2014Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)

Project Manager: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Contact Person: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Staff: Dr. Susanne Johanna Väth, Selina Röhrig

Description

On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Education and Research the Project Management Agency of the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) implements the programme activities of the German-Egyptian Research Fund (GERF). The programme activities to evaluate comprise two rounds of funding (GERF I: 2009-2011, GERF II: 2011-2013/14) supporting German-Egyptian research projects in the fields of Biotechnology, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energies, Water Desalination, Health, and Natural Resource Management.

CEval was contracted to conduct both, an ex-post evaluation of GERF I and a mid-term evaluation of GERF II. Hence, we do not only assess the outcomes of GERF I, the downstream impacts as well as their sustainability, but also analyse the implementation process of GERF II with regard to design and efficiency. Finally, we derive recommendations for pursuing GERF II and for future funding cycles.

External Evaluation of Four Different Projects in the Field of Awareness Raising and a Synthesis6/20146/2015Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM)

Project Manager: Dr. Stefan Silvestrini

Contact Person: Dr. Susanne Johanna Väth

Staff: Dr. Susanne Johanna Väth, Selina Röhrig

Description

As international Christian development organisation, the Christian Blind Mission (CBM) aims at improving the human rights situation and the inclusion of people with disabilities. Awareness raising is one important component to achieve this target successfully. To learn how awareness raising activities are implemented, how they contribute to CBM’s overall aim and how project and country specifics produce different results, CBM Germany has engaged CEval to evaluate four projects and to compile findings and recommendations in a synthesis report.

With co-funding, either by the European Union or by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, CBM Germany implements two projects addressing the needs of people with hearing impairment in the Palestine Territories (Gaza and Gaza Strip), one project to improve eye care and rehabilitation in India, and one project to strengthen disability rights and inclusion in Swaziland. Given the diversity of these projects, issues of awareness raising can be studied from various perspectives. Thus, analysing the different underlying assumptions and needs which in turn lead to various approaches and expected outcomes, will contribute to a better understanding of the overall topic of awareness raising. While the projects in Gaza and India require a mid-term evaluation as they are still on-going, the projects in Gaza Strip and Swaziland are close to their end and will be finally evaluated

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