ProGen Resources

A collection of evidence analysis evaluations created as student exercises

The documents that are shared here have been generously offered by previous ProGen students. Permission to use them includes the acknowledgment of these issues:

  • This is their copyrighted work that they choose to share with current ProGen students.
  • These may not be reproduced or shared without their permission.
  • These are examples only and vary greatly in nature. They are not “templates” to be used.
  • These were created while they were students in a ProGen Study Group.
  • Directions for their assignment may have been different than the directions for your assignment.

Lorraine Blanton

Joy Curtiss

Nicole Dyer

Margaret Fortier

Cynthia Manshack

Lynn Nelson

Mary Roddy

Kim Thurman

A collection of family narratives created as student exercises

The documents that are shared here have been generously offered by previous ProGen students. Permission to use them includes the acknowledgment of these issues:

  • This is their copyrighted work that they choose to share with current ProGen students.
  • These may not be reproduced or shared without their permission.
  • These are examples only and vary greatly in nature. They are not “templates” to be used.
  • These were created while they were students in a ProGen Study Group.
  • Directions for their assignment may have been different than the directions for your assignment.

Sample Narrative

Donna Brock

Denise Cross

Shannon Green

Debra Kohler

Lynn Nelson

Mary Roddy

Thomas Schlagel

Greg Wick

A collection of geography-based research guides

These Locality Guides are shared for your personal research use by former ProGen students. By clicking to view or download these guides you are agreeing that:

  • The guides are copyrighted works and may not be reproduced or shared without permission from the author.
  • The guides were created as assignments in ProGen Study Groups since 2008, and might not reflect the work quality offered by these professionals today.
  • The guides might contain outdated information and/or non-functional website links.

Hopefully these guides will help you find new research paths in your work.
As an alumnus if you would like to submit additional guides for other alumni to use, please contact us HERE.

Each report has specific information on performing research in a specific geographic area (city, county, state, country, or region).

View Locality Guide Collection

A collection of proof arguments created as student exercises

The documents that are shared here have been generously offered by previous ProGen students. Permission to use them includes the acknowledgment of these issues:

  • This is their copyrighted work that they choose to share with current ProGen students.
  • These may not be reproduced or shared without their permission.
  • These are examples only and vary greatly in nature. They are not “templates” to be used.
  • These were created while they were students in a ProGen Study Group.
  • Directions for their assignment may have been different than the directions for your assignment.

Pamelyn Bush

Betsey Cotter

Denise Cross

Lynn Nelson

Mary Roddy

Kim Thurman

A collection of evidence research reports created as student exercises

The documents that are shared here have been generously offered by previous ProGen students. Permission to use them includes the acknowledgment of these issues:

  • This is their copyrighted work that they choose to share with current ProGen students.
  • These may not be reproduced or shared without their permission.
  • These are examples only and vary greatly in nature. They are not “templates” to be used.
  • These were created while they were students in a ProGen Study Group.
  • Directions for their assignment may have been different than the directions for your assignment.

Each report has a specific objective, and details the strategy used in meeting that goal.

Lorraine Blanton

Denise Cross

Mary Roddy

Kim Thurman

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ProGen alumni, mentors, and coordinators may use the appropriate ProGen Study Group logo on their website or other appropriate material. This logo is in no way construed as an accreditation or certification, only evidence of participation and completion of the ProGen Study Group program.

The logos available for download here are the intellectual property of the ProGen Study Groups, Inc., and protected by copyright. They are not to be used by current ProGen students, students who did not complete the program, or others who have had no participation.

Interested parties can check the status of ProGen alumni at https://www.progenstudystudygroups.com/progendirectory. This directory may also be used when referring clients to colleagues. If you have further questions about the appropriate use of the ProGen logo, contact the administrator at admin@progenstudy.com.

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