I am a Fellow in the Survey Research Division at RTI International. I have a Ph.D. in Survey Statistics & Methodology from the Joint Program in Survey Methodology at the University of Maryland.
I specialize in understanding data quality and the social construction of data.
PhD in Survey Statistics & Methodology, 2010
University of Maryland, College Park
MA in Economics, 1998
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
AB in Economics & Mathematics, 1994
Alternative sampling approaches which do not depend on up-to-date census data or interviewer involvement
Using Personal Sensor Data to Improve Public Health Surveillance & Survey Data
CDC Offices in Atlanta, Georgia
August 1, 2019
Sampling, Weighting and Estimation
Part of GESIS 2019 Summer School
Cologne, Germany August 19-23, 2019
This week-long course will cover:
The emphasis of the course is more applied than theoretical, but students are expected to be comfortable with statistics and to have some experience with data analysis. For each topic, students will do exercises in Stata that apply the techniques learned in the lectures. Students will get the most out of the class if they have prior experience with Stata.
For more information, see the course page