Stephanie Coffey

Stephanie Coffey has worked at U.S. Census Bureau since 2010, and has worked on design and estimation facets of several large federal surveys, including the American Housing Survey, the Residential Finance Housing Survey, and the National Survey of College Graduates. Starting in 2012, she has worked as a survey methodologist in the Center for Adaptive […]

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Mary Anne Casey

Mary Anne Casey is an independent consultant and adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota. She specializes in designing and conducting individual and group interviews. The resulting information is typically used to plan and evaluate programs. She previously worked for the Kellogg foundation and the State of Minnesota. Casey is the coauthor of several books […]

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Pamela Campanelli

Pamela Campanelli is a survey methods specialist, chartered statistician, fellow of the academy of social sciences and an international trainer, researcher and consultant who runs her own business (http://www.thesurveycoach.com/). Her background is in social statistics, survey methodology, and psychology with a special interest in the study of survey error and data quality focusing on questionnaire […]

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Trent Buskirk

Trent Buskirk is the Novak Family Professor of Data Science and Chair of the Applied Statistics and Operations Research Department at Bowling Green State University.  He is also a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and most recently the Conference Chair for the American Association of Public Opinion Research.  Trent’s research interests include applications of […]

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Jessica Broome

Jessica Broome is the founder of Southpaw Insights who conducts both qualitative and quantitative research for clients in a range of sectors, including healthcare, food, financial, consumer packaged goods, and education. She received her PhD in Survey Methodology from the University of Michigan, her MS in Applied Social Research from Hunter College of the City University […]

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William G. Axinn

William G. Axinn  professor of survey research, population studies, sociology and public policy at the University of Michigan. Axinn is a social demographer studying community, intergenerational, and social psychological influences on marriage, childbearing, reproductive health, mental health and the natural environment. He is former director of Michigan’s Survey Research Center with an active program of […]

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Daniel Almirall

Daniel Almirall is a Research Assistant Professor in the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research on the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus. His current methodological research interests lie in the broad area of causal inference, and he is particularly interested in methods for causal inference using longitudinal data sets in which treatments, […]

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