SEER Institute

The SEER Institute is housed in the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The Institute was initiated through a supplement grant of the NSF Eddie Bernice Johnson INCLUDES Aspire Alliance, which was designed to sustain the efforts of the National Change Initiative.

Our mission is twofold:

SEER Framework

Our work is rooted in the SEER Framework, which consists of four interlocking components that help organizational change leaders and project teams better See their project within larger system dynamics, Enact informed and collaborative actions, Evaluate the success of interventions, and Revisit goals, actions, and evaluation strategies.

The SEER Process is guided by the Inclusive Professional Framework (IPF) developed by the National Change Initiative of the NSF Eddie Bernice Johnson INCLUDES Aspire Alliance. The IPF centers the journey of building an equity mindset through the examination of identity and intercultural awareness and humility, and emphasizes cultivating trust and clear and transparent communication for the relational domains across campus roles and responsibilities. The IPF can provide a common language for change teams to begin to frame desired change. 

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Contact Us

You can reach out to either Dr. Lucas Hill ( or Dr. Evangeline Su ( to set up an initial meeting to explore how we can best serve your needs. We look forward to hearing from you soon!