Text Message Interviewing:
Data Quality, Efficiency, and Design Considerations
Michael Schober, Professor of Psychology and Vice Provost for Research at
The New School, a university in New York City
October 17th, 12-1 pm central time
$10 for students, $40 for non-student MAPOR members, $50 for non-members
Recordings of the webinar will be available for those who cannot attend the event live. If interested, please register and you will receive a link to the recording after the event.
Embracing a Diverse Future in Public Opinion Research
November 16-17, 2018
Embassy Suites, Downtown Chicago, 600 N. State Street, Chicago, IL 60654
Conference Chair: Ned English
Associate Conference Chair: Dana Garbarski
||Pedagogy Hour Speaker
|The Numbers in the News: On Polling for the Public
Predicting and Understanding Nonresponse
||University of Chicago
You can now book your hotel room at the Embassy Suites for the 2018 Annual Conference. Book here for the conference rate.
2018 MAPOR Fellows Student Paper Competition
43rd Annual Conference of the
Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research
November 16-17, 2018
Embassy Suites Chicago Downtown, 600 N. State Street
The Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research invites eligible students to enter the association’s MAPOR Fellows Student Paper Competition. Two winning papers, one in public opinion and the other in survey research methodology, will receive an award of $200, one free conference registration and one free ticket to the Friday MAPOR luncheon. The winning papers also will be accepted for presentation during a session at the May 2019 AAPOR conference in Toronto, Canada.
See past winners here.
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.
Want to learn more about what is happening at this year’s AAPOR conference?
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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.
The latest MAPOR newsletter is available here. This edition contains updates on what the Executive Council has been working on, 2017 budget update and strategic investments, and the first MAPOR Webinar of the year. It also features MAPOR sponsors and MAPORtraits!
To view past newsletters, click here.