Coming this fall:
Professor of Communication, Political Science, & Psychology
Friday, October 12 • 12:15 pm • 226 Weill Hall
Lunch will be provided at 11:45 a.m.
Please RSVP by October 5 to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Future of Survey Research: Meltdown or Opportunity?
Jon Krosnick is an expert on questionnaire design and survey research methods, attitude change and functioning, voting and elections, and the psychology of public opinion on political issues. He has taught courses on survey methods around the world for 30 years and has served as a methodology consultant to government agencies, commercial firms, and academic scholars. Winner of the lifetime achievement award from the American Association for Public Opinion Research, he has served as co-principal investigator of the American National Election Studies and regularly provides expert testimony in litigation involving survey research and political behavior. At Stanford, he directs the Political Psychology Research Group, is co-director of the Group on Best Practices in Science, and directs the Summer Institute in Political Psychology.
This event is co-sponsored with Cornell’s Government Department
The Roper Center’s Public Opinion Speaker Series promotes scholarship, dialogue and community engagement in the field of public opinion research. Although the series is geared toward faculty and students in political, economic and social disciplines, the topics of these seminars also hold a broader appeal for anyone interested in research innovation and the constantly evolving world of public opinion.
Previous speakers include the University of Michigan’s Arthur Lupia, the University of Pennsylvania’s Daniel Gillion, Microsoft Research’s David Rothschild, the University of Texas’ Talia Stroud, and the University of Pennsylvania’s Diana Mutz.
“The Speaker Series lineup brings in top experts from across the disciplines, but in an intimate setting. These are talks that I make sure to go to.”
—Dr. Drew Margolin, Assistant Professor in Cornell’s Department of Communications
“I just recently attended Professor Stroud’s Speaker Series talk, in which she spoke about engaging partisanship and presented two fascinating new studies about online media coverage. Her talk was very helpful for my own research about the relationship between politics and media, but also because it touched upon problems that are highly relevant to the fields of government and communications. I am very glad that the Roper Center always brings in such interesting guests from the social sciences who do cutting-edge research.”
—Dr. Mona Krewel, DAAD Visiting Assistant Professor in Cornell’s Department of Government