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The Roper Center would like to congratulate Molly Rockett, recipient of the Roper Award for Research Experience (RARE), on being chosen by the Harry S Truman Scholarship Foundation as one of 59 outstanding college students from across the country.
In April of 1989, thousands of Chinese citizens began protesting human rights conditions and government reform, which led to one of the most violent attacks of a government against its own people in recent history.
The Roper Center seeks a Web Applications Developer to work in a collaborative team environment applying expertise and knowledge of web development and management techniques to design, develop, analyze and maintain effective web-based applications.
The 2014 Warren J. Mitofsky Award for Excellence in Public Opinion Research is an annual award of The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research. The award honors important work on public opinion and/or survey methodology that has been accomplished, published, or presented at a professional conference. The recipient will be announced soon so check back often!
The two student recipients of the 2014 Roper Award for Research Experience (RARE) presented their findings at the University of Connecticut's Frontiers in Undergraduate Research poster exhibition on Friday, April 11. Molly Rockett a senior majoring in Political Science worked with faculty mentor, Professor Virginia Hettinger to investigate polling data on judicial legitimacy. Brian Tiedt, a sophomore majoring in Economics and Political Science whose mentor is Professor Paul Herrnson studied American public opinion data on issues surrounding gun control. Learn more about the RARE Awards and the recipients.
Additional presenters included the Center's Katie Cavanaugh, Joshua Thomas and Emma Wager. UConn senior in Political Science, Ashley Palma who used Roper Center data for her research.
Introduction to Roper Center Services - Tour the various services available through the Center. Learn search strategies for using iPOLL and the Catalog of Dataset holdings as well as a variety of approaches to obtaining cross tabulations.
Using iPOLL - Explore the content and functionality of iPOLL. Learn the nuts and bolts of searching this database to generate results for real research questions. Bring your research questions!
Accessing Datasets at the Roper Center – Experience different methods of identify studies to run detailed data analysis and download datasets. Using SPSS and RoperExplorer, this interactive webinar will run through generating basic crosstabs.
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