Harry O'Neill Award
The Annual Outstanding Achievement Award is intended to recognize local members of the Baltimore-Washington area research community, who have (a) made an outstanding contribution to the theory, methods, or applications of survey research, public opinion research, market research, or other related fields, or (b) substantially contributed to the vitality, strength, and spirit of the local research community.
a) Nomination Process
To nominate someone for the award, please send an electronic copy of your nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your nomination, please be sure to include:
The nominee’s name, affiliation, and contact information
Your name, affiliation, and contact information
A brief description of how the nominee exemplifies the award criteria as outlined above
You will receive confirmation that your nomination has been received.
Eligibility is open to all Baltimore-Washington area members of the research community. However, only members of DC-AAPOR are eligible to submit nominations. To become a member, please visit the DC-AAPOR website at http://www.dc-aapor.org.
c) Selection Process
The DC-AAPOR Executive Council will select the winner by a majority vote of the Executive Council and Past President.
The winner will be recognized with a commemorative plaque and an honorary lifetime membership in DC-AAPOR. The award will be announced at the DC-AAPOR Annual Holiday Party.
e) Past Recipients
We are writing to remind you of the call for nominations for the 2023 Warren J. Mitofsky Award for Excellence in Public Opinion Research, an annual award of The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell University. The award honors the life and work of the late Warren J. Mitofsky, an innovator in survey research and longtime chair of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research board of directors.
The Warren J. Mitofsky Award for Excellence in Public Opinion Research honors important work on public opinion and/or survey methodology. Nominees can include those with recent work or past work that continues to have a significant impact on our understanding of public opinion. Nominations can be made for a specific project, innovation, article or book, or for a larger body of work by a researcher or practitioner. Special consideration will be given to work drawn on data archived at the Roper Center. The Center welcomes and encourages diversity in all aspects of the research profession, including our award nominees.
PAST AWARD RECIPIENTS
Rhoda L. Brooks
General Social Survey
Martin R. Frankel
Peter V. Miller
Judy Tanur / Paul J. Lavrakas
The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research
Mark A. Schulman
Warren J. Mitofsky
The Pew Research Center for The People and The Press
Kathleen A. Frankovic
Harry W. O'Neill
Albert E. Gollin
National Study of Sexual Behavior