Learning Survey Research from Top Practitioners

“Meet The Masters”

Learning Survey Research From Top Practitioners

WEDNESDAY, September 17, 2008
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Lunch – 12:30 – 1:30 PM)
Baruch College

School for Public Affairs Building – Room 301

135 East 22nd Street (Corner of Lexington)

NYAAPOR is pleased to offer one of our most popular workshops, designed for beginning and experienced researchers alike. This all-day seminar allows participants to learn about survey research from some of its most eminent pioneers and practitioners.

    Topics will include:
  • “Sampling 101” – Murray Edelman, Distinguished Scholar, Rutgers University
  • “Choosing a Method” – Barry Feinberg, Executive Director, GfK Custom Research
  • “Responding to RFP’s” – Maureen Michaels, President, Michaels Opinion Research
  • “You Get What You Ask For: Asking Good Questions” – Micheline “Mickey” Blum, Director, Baruch Survey Research, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, CUNY
  • “Analyzing and Reporting the Findings” – Gary Langer, Director of Polling, ABC News
  • “Exit Polling for Commercial Research” – Joe Lenski, Executive Vice President, Edison Media Research

This seminar offers an inspiring look at the survey research process for students and beginning researchers.  In addition, more experienced researchers will have the opportunity to learn unique insights into the process from our distinguished presenters.  Comments and questions will be welcomed during each session. Lunch will be served.

PREPAID FEES: Members (NYAAPOR individual) $110; Non-members $140; Student members $60; and Honorary Lifetime Members $75.

Walk-ins – $15 extra!

Sorry, no refunds – but you can send someone in your place!

Please send a check (payable to NYAAPOR) by September 10th to:

Rosemarie Sharpe, NYAAPOR Secretariat

152 Madison Avenue – Suite 801, NY, NY 10016.

You may also register at (212) 684-0542, info@nyaapor.org, or http://www.nyaapor.org.

[thanks to Bob Shapiro and Andie Tucher]

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