Monroe G. Sirken Award in Interdisciplinary Survey Methods Research

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  • Author: Statistics Views
  • Date: 09 October 2014
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The American Statistical Association has announced the Monroe G. Sirken Award in Interdisciplinary Survey Methods Research.

The Monroe G. Sirken Award was established in 2014 with the first Sirken Lecture to be given in 2015. Sirken created an endowment to recognize a distinguished researcher for contributions to interdisciplinary survey research that improve the theory and methods of collecting, verifying, processing, presenting, or analyzing survey data.

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The honoree will give the Sirken Lecture (an invited paper) at the Joint Statistical Meetings and receive a $5,000 honorarium.

The Sirken Award Committee selects the Sirken Lecturer based on outstanding contributions to interdisciplinary survey research that improve the theory and methods of collecting, verifying, processing, presenting, or analyzing survey data.

The closing date for nominations is 15 December of each year. The award and lecture is presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings the following year.

A nomination packet includes the following:
•A nominating letter
•Three supporting letters
•A curriculum vitae

Nominations should be sent to the attention of Pam Craven via email (pamela@amstat.org) or post (732 N. Washington Street, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA).

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