The survey was conducted by the Center for Survey Research in spring 2018 to assess the University's climate for inclusion and safety in order to inform the University on priority areas for institutional transformation.
Over the past few years, CSR has made a concerted effort to support diversity, equity, and inclusion in and through the work they carry out.
Zoom Reunions: Lessons from the Yale Class of 1970 Reunion May 2020, a guide for alumni relations professionals and volunteers
Earlier this year, CSR assisted the Yale Classes of 1970 and 1965 with an alumni survey, the results of which were to be presented at the 50th and 55th reunions.
Tom Guterbock presented a sociological look of the Kent State National Guard Campus Disorders at the 2020 American Sociological Association Conference.
CSR Academic Director, Tom Guterbock, gave a presentation at the virtual AAPOR 2020 Conference titled, "Coordinating Independent Cancer Catchment Area Surveys to Estimate Health Information Access for an Entire State: The Case of Virginia." The presentation is based on a collaborative project CSR
Participate in the BeHeardCVA survey and have your voice be heard.
This journal article in Academic Medicine explores the topic of Developing a Survey to Guide Health Professions Schools.
Kara Fitzgibbon, CSR Director, presented the findings from the Reston Community Center survey that was conducted to better understand the needs and opinions of Reston residents.
The purpose of this paper is to review the use of the National Guard in campus disorders identify the factors that contributed to its successes and failures.