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The Survey Research Methods Section (SRMS) offers poster awards for the most outstanding poster or speed session presentations. This year, the following six winners were selected:

  • Allshine Chen (University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center), “Statistical Disclosure Control with Machine Learning”
  • Rachel Harter (RTI International), “A Practical Guide to Small Area Estimation, Illustrated Using the Ohio Medicaid Assessment Survey”
  • Christian Léger (Université de Montréal), “A Smooth Pseudo-Population Bootstrap Approach in Survey Sampling with Applications to Quantile Estimators”
  • Jerry Maples (US Census Bureau), “Small Area Estimates of the Child Population and Poverty in School Districts Using Dirichlet-Multinomial Models”
  • David McGrath (US Department of Defense), “Effect of Monetary Incentives on Response Rates and Data Quality in a Survey of the US Military”
  • David Popko (Bureau of Labor Statistics), “Does Location Matter? A Case Study of the Influence of Geography in Measurement of Gasoline Prices”

Last Call for JSM 2020 Topic-Contributed Session Proposals

JSM 2020 topic-contributed session proposals are due December 10.

Topic-contributed sessions include papers (five total speakers with 20 minutes each, with at least three presenters and no more than two discussants), panels (3–6 panelists providing commentary about a topic), or posters (10–15 participants with posters addressing a common topic).

A topic-contributed session proposal includes a session title, general description of the session, list of participants, and tentative talk titles.

If you are interested in organizing a topic-contributed session, select a session topic and solicit potential speakers. Once you have a sufficient number of committed speakers, you can submit your proposal online from November 12 to December 10.

Student Travel Awards

SRMS is sponsoring student travel awards for JSM 2020. The application deadline is December 16.

Along with the Government Statistics and Social Statistics sections, SRMS also co-sponsors student paper awards. Winners will present their paper in a special JSM session. The deadline to apply is December 21.

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