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Survey Research Methods Section News for October 2017

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Survey Research Methods Section (SRMS) members gathered during JSM 2017 in Baltimore at the section’s business meeting and mixer to celebrate the following award winners:

  • Wayne Fuller–2017 Samuel S. Wilks Award for Outstanding Contributions to Statistics (ASA)
  • Wendy Martinez, Nick Horton, and John Eltinge–2017 Founders Award (ASA)
  • Michael Brick–2017 Monroe G. Sirken Award in Interdisciplinary Survey Methods Research (ASA)
  • Jon Rao–2017 Award for Outstanding Contribution to Small Area Estimation (ISI Satellite Meeting on Small Area Estimation)
  • Donald Rubin–2017 Waksberg Award for Statistical Contributions to Survey Methodology (Survey Methodology)
  • Roderick Little and Donald Rubin–2017 Karl Pearson Prize for their book, Statistical Analysis with Missing Data (ISI)
  • Peter Miller–2017 AAPOR Award for Exceptionally Distinguished Achievement (AAPOR)
  • Don Dillman, Jolene Smyth, and colleagues–2017 Warren J. Mitofsky Innovators Award (AAPOR)
  • Donald Rubin–2017 C. R. and Bhargavi Rao Prize for Outstanding Research in Statistics (Penn State)
  • Hejian Sang–2017 Edward C. Bryant Scholarship Award

This year’s JSM poster award recipients are the following:

  • “Challenges in Linking Demographic Data at Different Geographic Levels” — Edward Mulrow, Rebecca Curtis, Ned English, Yongheng Lin, and Ilana Ventura, NORC at the University of Chicago
  • “Sample Design and Weighting for Estimating a Dose-Response Curve” — Sharon Lohr, Pamela Broene, and Eric Jodts, Westat

And the JSM 2017 speed session award recipients are the following:

  • “The Heckman Selection Model with Complex Survey Data” — Michael Machiorlatti, Sixia Chen, and Sara Vesely, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
  • “Imputation as Unifying Framework for Inferences from Nonrandom Samples” — Vladislav Beresovsky, National Center for Health Statistics
  • “Comparing Alternative Methods for the Random Selection of a Respondent Within a Household for Online Surveys” — Geneviève Vézina and Pierre Caron, Statistics Canada
  • “Highly Robust Multiple Imputation Models Using BART” — Michael R. Elliott, Vincent Tan, and Carol Flannagan, University of Michigan
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