The Warren J. Mitofsky Fund and Award for Excellence in Public Opinion Research
Warren J. Mitofsky
The Mitofsky Fund
Warren Mitofsky was chairman of the Roper Center Board of Directors at the time of his passing in September 2006. Warren had ambitious plans for the Center's growth, for enhancing its visibility, and for modernizing its storage, retrieval, and data manipulation capabilities. An energized fundraising effort to support these goals was one of his highest priorities. The Center has established the Warren Mitofsky Fund which will raise funds to support the Roper Center and sponsor an annual award for outstanding work utilizing the Center’s archived holdings.
The Mitofsky Award
The Warren J. Mitofsky award is given in recognition of outstanding research or reporting that uses The Roper Center's vast public opinion data archives. The award distinguishes important work on public opinion or survey methodology that has been published in a book, journal, magazine, or newspaper, or presented at a professional conference. Special consideration will be given to work that is based on data obtained by the researcher or author directly from the Roper archive, as well as to work that utilizes multiple data sources or compares survey results over time. The award takes into account both work published recently and from the past that continues to have a significant impact on our understanding of society.
Please consider making a generous tax-deductible donation to the Mitofsky Fund in support of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at the University of Connecticut. The Roper Center Board of Directors has created a fund in honor of our colleague and former Chairman of the Board, Warren Mitofsky.
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