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ASA/NSF/BLS Senior Research Fellow Program

Previous ASA/NSF/BLS Fellows
Researcher University Year Title

Carol Hert

Syracuse University 2000 Understanding and Modeling Metadata Use by BLS Survey Methodologists

Sarah Nusser

Iowa State University 2002 Strategies for Improving Abilities to Use Digital Maps

Jean Opsomer

Iowa State University 2003 Semiparametric Estimation for the Current Employment Statistics Survey

Lijian Yang

Michigan State University 2003 Non-and Semi-parametric Analysis of Multivariate Seasonal Time Series Data

Iddo Gal

University of Haifa 2004 Improving Dissemination Efforts at BLS:  Understanding Statistics in Tables and Graphs

Partha Lahiri

University of Nebraska-Lincoln 2004 Model-based Estimation using Current Employment Statistics Database

Scott Holan

University of Missouri- Columbia 2006 Explore Diagnostics for Model-based Seasonal Adjustment in both the time and Spectral Domains

Robert Drago

Penn State 2007 Simultaneous Activities in the American Time Use Survey: An Exploratory Analysis

Lily Wang

University of Georgia 2010 Flexible and Robust Estimation for Complex Survey Sampling

Kimberly Sellers

Georgetown 2010 Advances with the Conway-Maxwell-Poisson Distribution

Nicholas Horton

Amherst College 2011 Use of Auxiliary Data and Sensitivity Analyses for Efficient Design and Analysis of Employment and Establishment Studies with Missing Observations

Ting Yan

University of Michigan 2013 Response Burden: What Predicts It and What is its Impact on Response Quality?

Mary Meyer

Colorado State University 2013 Multiple Constrained Regression with Applications to Sparse Data with Ordinal Predictors

Wei-Yin Loh

University of Wisconsin 2014 Classification and Regression Tree Methods for Sample Survey Data

Ana Aizcorbe

Virginia Tech 2015 How well does the MarketScan Claims Data Represent Commercially-insured Individuals in the US: Implications for Price Indexes

Sara Wuellner

Washington State Department of Labor and Industries 2015 Employer-based occupational injury and illness recordkeeping practices, data from four states

Michael Handel

Northeastern University 2016 Understanding Job Requirements, Technology, and their Relationships to Employment and Wages: Levels and Trends

Kelly McConville

Swarthmore College 2016 Support Vector Machines as an Imputation Model

Jingchen (Monika) Hu

Vassar College 2017 Synthetic Consumer Expenditure Survey Data at BLS

Phillip S. Kott

RTI International 2018 Calibration Weighting for the Occupational Requirements Survey

Stephanie Eckman

RTI International 2018 Investigating and Reducing Motivated Misreporting in the Consumer Expenditure Interview Survey

Roee Gutman

Brown University 2022 Improvements in Implementations and Analysis of Record Linkage Algorithms

Wenjiang Fu

University of Houston 2022 Combining Multiple Survey Data to Efficiently Model Consumer Expenditures


Last Modified Date: October 4, 2022