November 1, 2016

Eleanor Singer Receives Monroe G. Sirken Award in Interdisciplinary Survey Methods Research

The Monroe G. Sirken awards recognizes, “a distinguished researcher for contributions to interdisciplinary survey research that improve the theory and methods of collecting, verifying, processing, presenting, or analyzing survey data.” Eleanor Singer is the 2016 recipient:

For significant contributions to our understanding of survey participation, sources of nonresponse bias, and factors affecting survey responses; for pioneering research on the use and effects of incentives; and for leadership in developing awareness and understanding of ethical issues in survey research.

Singer’s paper, Reflections on Surveys’ Past and Future, is online.

More about the award, selection criteria and nomination process can be found here.