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Graduate Student Workshop Participants

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Workshop on Survey Research and American Religion

2001
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2009
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2003
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2010
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2005
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2007
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2008
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2001 Seminar on Survey Research and American Religion
June 21-28, 2001

2001 Workshop Participants
... Eleven graduate or Ph.D. students in Political Science and Sociology participated in the Seminar.

Kedron Bardwell, University of Iowa, Political Science Department

Kraig Beyerlein, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Sociology Department

Kevin den Dulk, University of Wisconsin, Political Science Department

Kevin Dougherty, Purdue University, Department of Sociology

Tim Fisher, University of Southern California, Sociology Department

Jean McSween, University of Virginia, Political Science Department

Brian Newman, Duke University, Political Science Department

Elizabeth Pullen, Drew University, Department of Sociology

Michael Rodriguez, Temple University, Department of Political Science

Mark Caleb Smith, Tulane University, Department of Political Science

Katy Stenger, University of Washington, Department of Political Science

 

2003 Seminar on Survey Research and American Religion
July 19-26, 2003

2003 Workshop participants
... Twelve graduate or Ph.D. students in Political Science, Sociology, and related disciplines participated in the Seminar:

Amy Burdette,University of Texas at Austin, Sociology Department

Jamie Marie Dolan, University of Arizona, Department of Sociology

Conrad Hackett, Princeton University, Department of Sociology

Phillip Hardy, Arizona State University, Department of Political Science

Larycia A. Hawkins, University of Oklahoma, Department of Political Science

David R. Hodge, Washington University, St. Louis, School of Social Work

Jeff Kroll, University of Arizona, Department of Sociology

Robert G. Moore, Michigan State University, Department of Political Science

Lindsay F. Moseley, University of Tennessee, Department of Political Science

Napp Nazworth, University of Florida, Department of Political Science

Jon Peterson, University of Minnesota, Department of Political Science

Robert K. Postic, Wayne State University, Department of Political Science

 

2005 Seminar on Survey Research and American Religion
July 16-23, 2005

2005 Workshop participants
... Graduate and PhD. students in the fields of political science and sociology from across the country attended the seminar:

Shawna Anderson, Sociology Department, University of Arizona

Sergio Wals Aparicio, Political Science Department, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Brian Calfano, Political Science Department, University of North Texas

David Claborn, Political Science Department, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

Jared Farley, Political Science Department, Miami University of Ohio

Sharon Gramby-Sobukwe, Political Science Department, Rutgers University-Camden Campus

David Hartman, Sociology Department, University of Notre Dame

Adam Kradel, Political Science Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Tony Tian-Ren Lin, Sociology Department, University of Virginia

R. Erik Matthews, Political Science Department, Kent State University

Kathryn Oates, Political Science Department, University of Florida

Margaret Vaaler, Sociology Department, University of Texas at Austin

 

2007 Seminar on Survey Research and American Religion
July 21-27, 2007

2007 Workshop participants
... In 2007, the participants made up the largest group of graduate and PhD. students to attend the seminar to date. Due to the popularity of the program, the number of accepted applicants was expanded, and the variety of fields represented by the participants also became more diverse:

Michelle Albaugh, Education & Social Policy, Northwestern University

Christine Brickman, Theology & Religious Studies, Catholic Univ. of America

M. Joseph Burger, American Politics & Public Law, University of Maryland

Jessica Clevering, Social Psychology, Claremont University

Jonathan Ellzey, Political Science, University of Florida

Christopher Faricy, American Politics, Methodology & Public Policy, University of Northern Carolina

Lilliana Hall Mason, Political Science, Stony Brook University

Andrew P. Hogue, Political Science, Baylor University

Stephen Huss, Political Science, Texas A&M University

Laura Hunter, Sociology, University of Arizona

Dana Huyser deBernardo, Sociology of Religion, University of Massachusetts

Matthew Jacobsmeier, Political Science, University of Rochester

Bradley Koch, Philosophy of Sociology, Indiana University

Kyle Kopko, Political Science, Ohio State University

Richard Ledet, Political Science, University of Notre Dame

Andrew Lewis, Political Science; Justice, Law & Society, American University

Darin Mather, Sociology, University of Minnesota

Ian Ostrander, Political Science, University of Kansas

Edward Clay Polson, Sociology, Baylor University

Carin Larson Robinson, Government, Georgetown University

Jeffrey Smith, Sociology, University of Notre Dame

Jeremy E. Uecker, Sociology, University of Texas at Austin

Marion Wieser, Political Science, University of Innsbruck, Austria

 

2008 Seminar on Survey Research and American Religion
June 12-19 , 2008

2008 Workshop participants
... Due to the popularity of the Seminar, the workshop was offered again in 2008, rather than following the prior biennial schedule. Sixteen participants from the United States and Europe attended the Seminar.

Gary Adler, Sociology, University of Arizona

Christopher Born, Theology & Religious Studies, Catholic University of America

Leigh Bradberry, Political Science, University of California, San Diego

Jessica Bryan, Political Science, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale

Simon Gilhooley, Government, Cornell University

Rebecca Glazier, Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara

Claudiu Herteliu, Statistics and Econometrics, University of Economics, Bucharest, Romania

Catherine Hoegeman, Sociology, University of Arizona

Jessica Johnson, Political Science, University of Cincinnati

Alexei Krindatch, Research Director, Patriarch Athenagoras Orthodox Institute

Anna Mitchell, Political Science, Rutgers University

Traci Nelson, Political Science, University of Pittsburgh

Lyman Smith, Political Science, University of Florida

Katherine Stigers, Political Science, Emory University

Eric Whitaker, Political Science, Western Washington University

Kevin Wozniak, Justice, Law & Society, School of Public Affairs, American University

 

2009 Seminar on Survey Research and American Religion
June 11-17, 2009

2009 Workshop participants
... The workshop included sixteen participants in various fields of expertise, including political science, sociology, communication research, international relations, public policy, American culture studies, and sociology of religion.

Joshua Ambrosius, Urban and Public Affairs, University of Louisville

David Buckley, Comparative Politics and International Relations, Georgetown University

J. Bryan Cole, Political Science, Ohio State University

Jong Hyun Jung, Public Policy, University of Southern California

Benjamin Knoll, Political Science, University of Iowa

Aprilfaye Manalang, American Culture Studies, Bowling Green State University

Michael McFarland, Sociology, University of Texas

Ellen Moore, Communication Research, University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign

Ashley Palmer-Boyes, Sociology of Religion, Baylor University

Cassady Pitt, Sociology, Wayne State University

Jeremy Rhodes, Sociology, Baylor University

William A. Samson, Sociology, University of Kentucky

Dominik Stecula, Piast Institute

Kasey Swanke, Political Science, University of Notre Dame

A. Joseph West, Sociology, University of Arizona

Jason Wollschleger, Sociology of Religion, University of Washington

 

2010 Seminar on Survey Research and American Religion
June 3-8, 2010

2010 Workshop participants
... The workshop included twenty-two participants in various fields of expertise, including political science, sociology, interdisciplinary social psychology, political methodology, American politics, religious ethics, biostatistics, and sociology of religion.

David Barry, Sociology, Westerm Michigan University

Katie Corcoran, Sociology, University of Washington

David Eagle, Sociology, Duke University

Justin Farrell, Sociology, University of Notre Dame

Stefanie Gonzalez, American Politics, Texas Tech University

Karen Guth, Religious Ethics, University of Virginia

Precious Hall, Political Science, Georgia State University

Jay Jennings, American Politics, Temple University

Mark Killian, Sociology of Religion & Urban and Community Sociology, University of Cincinnati

Yevgeniya Leontyeva, Sociology, Western Michigan University

Valerie Lykes, Interdisciplinary Social Psychology, University of Nevada Reno

Nicholas Martini, American Politics, International Relations & Methodology, University of Iowa

Andrew Pieper, Political Science, Kennesaw State University

Aimee Raile, American Government & Methodology, Georgetown University

Lia Rohr, American Politics, Comparative Politics & Methodology, Southern Illinois University

Patrick Schoettmer, Political Science, University of Notre Dame

Gerald Schoultz, Biostatistics and Demography, Grand Valley State University

Lauren Edwards Smith, Political Science, University of South Carolina

Steven Snell, American Politics, Comparative Politics & Methodology, Princeton University

Jeremy Thomas, Sociology, Purdue University

Lori Verspoor, Sociology, Western Michigan University

Andrew Whitehead, Sociology, Baylor University

 

For further information about the program, contact Corwin Smidt at Calvin College, 1810 E. Beltline, SE, Grand Rapids, MI, 49546, or by phone (616.526.6233) or email (smid@calvin.edu).

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