2019 Annual Conference

Where Methods and Substance Meet:

Reflecting the Present and Shaping the Future of Public Opinion and Survey Research

November 22-23, 2019

Embassy Suites, Downtown Chicago, 600 N. State Street, Chicago, IL 60654


Conference Chair: Dana Garbarski

Associate Conference Chair: Sara Walsh


Conference highlights:

Friday morning short course on survey weighting

Brady West, Research Associate Professor at the Survey Research Center in the Institute for Social Research at University of Michigan

Friday afternoon keynote address on the past, present, and future of the US Census

Barbara Anderson, Ronald A. Freedman Collegiate Professor of Sociology and Population Studies at University of Michigan and former member and chair of the Census Scientific Advisory Committee

Saturday afternoon pedagogy hour on the measurement of sexual orientation and gender identity in surveys

Justine Bulgar-Medina, Research Scientist at NORC at the University of Chicago

Book your hotel room at the Embassy Suites by 10/30 in order to get the conference rate:

Hotel Reservations

 

Information about our past conferences can be found here.

MAPOR April 17 Webinar

Why Machines Matter for Survey and Social Science Researchers:
Exploring How Machine Learning Methods Can Be Applied to
the Design, Collection and Analysis of Social Science Data

Antje Kirchner, Ph.D.
Trent D. Buskirk, Ph.D.,

RTI International

Bowling Green State University

April 17th, 12-1 pm central time

ADMISSION: 
$10 for students, $40 for non-student MAPOR members, $50 for non-members

Register here 

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2018 MAPOR @ AAPOR

As always, MAPOR members are making a big showing at AAPOR this year in Denver from May 16-19. This year’s AAPOR is chaired by former MAPOR president Trent Buskirk and features dozens of presentations by MAPOR members.

Click here for a list of some of the exciting things MAPOR members are doing at AAPOR.

Want to learn more about what is happening at this year’s AAPOR conference?

Check out AAPOR’s 73rd annual conference here.

In Memory of MAPOR Fellow Doris Graber

Professor Emeritus Doris A. Graber passed away at her Evanston home on February 17, 2018. Dr. Graber, a political scientist who spent most of her academic career at the University of Illinois in Chicago with additional appointments at Northwestern, the University of Chicago and Harvard, was a researcher and prolific author including 15 textbooks and over 50 book chapters and lectures worldwide. She provided seminal work on the effect of public opinion on the presidency and foreign policy, the role of the media in American politics and political psychology.

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