Center for Survey Research

Stacey Giroux

Stacey Giroux is an Assistant Research Scientist at the Center for Survey Research (CSR) and The Ostrom Workshop. She holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Florida, with an emphasis in research methods. She has a wide range of experience developing and carrying out research projects that use both qualitative and quantitative methods. Her research interests include mixed methods research, survey nonresponse, social network analysis, food security, food habits, and obesity. SSRC consulting schedule: January 17th, January 31st, April 11th and by appointment.To schedule an appointment with Stacey at the SSRC, please email her at sagiroux@indiana.edu.

John Kennedy

John M. Kennedy is the senior research director of the Indiana University Center for Survey Research. He directed the Center from 1987 through 2011. He is also an adjunct professor of sociology and teaches a graduate class in survey design. Dr. Kennedy chairs the Indiana University Bloomington Human Subjects Committee and has served on numerous NIH review panels on the ethics of human research. He is the founding editor of Survey Practice sponsored by the American Association for Public Opinion Research. In 2012, he received the Achievement Award from the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations. SSRC consulting schedule: January 24th, February 7th and by appointment. To schedule an appointment with John, please email him at kennedyj@indiana.edu

Heather Terhune Marti

Heather Terhune Marti is a Study Director at the Center for Survey Research. She has over 20 years of research experience which includes data collection, project management, questionnaire design and research project design. She also has a great deal of experience using Qualtrics to design and administer surveys. SSRC consulting schedule: By appointment only.To schedule an appointment with Heather at the SSRC, please email her at hterhune@indiana.edu.

Erica Moore

Erica Moore is Associate Director of the Research Data Management Services Unit, within the Center for Survey Research (CSR), which manages mail surveys, scanning, survey testing, and process improvement for the Center. She also serves as a Study Director for CSR and has 14 years of survey research experience working with a wide-range of clients in the areas of philanthropy, public health, higher education, technology, and science. Erica is interested in questionnaire design and research involving experiments with recruitment materials. She also enjoys improving processes and training methods. SSRC consulting schedule: March 7th, March 28th, April 18th and by appointment.To schedule an appointment with Erica at the SSRC, please email her at ehammer@indiana.edu.

Lilian Yahng

Lilian Yahng is the Director of R&D and Research Lab at the Center for Survey Research (CSR) and has extensive experience designing survey research projects for both academic and non-academic clients. Her research interests include questionnaire design, sample design, reliability and validity of measures, multimodal design, and survey nonresponse and other error. SSRC consulting schedule: February 14th, February 28th, April 25th and by appointment.To schedule an appointment with Lilian at the SSRC, please email her at lyahng@indiana.edu.

Erin Ables

Erin Ables is a Study Director at the Center for Survey Research (CSR) and has over 14 years of experience in research management, statistical analysis, and survey design. She holds an MA in Psychological and Brain Sciences from Indiana University and a BA in Psychology from the University of Chicago. Erin has worked in a variety of fields, including public health, education, government, and psychology. Her research interests include quantitative methodology, mental health, and wellness. SSRC consulting schedule: March 21st and by appointment.To schedule an appointment with Erin at the SSRC, please email her at eables@indiana.edu.

Reya Calistes

Reya Calistes leads the Research Project Management Services unit within the Center for Survey Research (CSR). In her role, she oversees the CSR study directors to deliver on CSR’s high quality standards in a cost-effective manner, whilst providing consultative leadership and guidance on research studies. Reya has 10 years of research and project management experience, specifically in institutional research and marketing research, and has worked with clients from different industries, including higher education, financial and insurance, and non-profit organizations. Her interests lie in social media-driven research, brand awareness and perception tracking, and predictive modeling and analysis using Big Data. Reya holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, an MS in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University, and a BA in Mathematics and Physics from Smith College. SSRC consulting schedule: January 10th, February 21st, April 4th and by appointment.To schedule an appointment with Reya at the SSRC, please email her at rcaliste@indiana.edu.

Ashley Clark

Ashley Clark is a senior research methodologist, clinical assistant professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and Director of the Center for Survey Research (CSR) who has been conducting surveys, qualitative research, and methodological studies for nearly 20 years. Ashley has experience directing and implementing proposal development and budgeting, sampling, questionnaire design, data collection, data processing, and data analysis for a wide range of surveys and has also developed and implemented focus group and qualitative data collection projects at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Michigan, and Indiana University. She has a Master’s degree in survey methodology from the University of Maryland and is currently completing her PhD in survey methodology from the University of Michigan. SSRC consulting schedule: by appointment. To schedule an appointment with Ashley, please email her at afbowers@indiana.edu.