Speaker: Ashley Clark, Clinical Assistant Professor, Director, Center for Survey Research, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs Indiana University
Hosted by: Center for Survey Research, Indiana University
Description: Since the early 1980’s, the Indiana University Center for Survey Research (CSR) has partnered with world-class researchers to plan for, gather, and analyze high-quality data that advance knowledge and humankind. The CSR has conducted thousands of quantitative and qualitative research projects, using surveys, interviews, focus groups, and a wide range of other methods, including collection of medical specimens and environmental samples. In this presentation, we will take you on a journey through our diverse set of services from questionnaire design and survey programming to medical specimen collection and coding of qualitative data. We will also spotlight past collaborations that have used survey science with high real-world impact in improving health and well-being.