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If you are having difficulties registering for a Short Course at the Annual Conference, please contact Tonya Cabrera (tcabrera@aapor.org) for assistance.
Important Notice Regarding Federal Government Shutdown:
The federal government shutdown poses a challenge for AAPOR members who submitted abstracts to the 2019 AAPOR Conference. On behalf of the conference organizers, our goal is to support furloughed workers as much as possible. To that end, we are modifying the normal process. Click here to learn more.

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Are you ready for the AAPOR Conference?
Check out the Final Program and the First Time Attendees/New Members Guide.

In Memoriam: John P. Robinson
John P. Robinson, professor emeritus of sociology at the University of Maryland, died March 24, 2019. John played key roles in AAPOR over five decades (including service as the 1976 conference committee chair, publication chair from 1980 to 1982, and POQ editorial board member from 1972 to 1982)..
Read more about John P. Robinson

Chapter Spotlight: NEAAPOR‚ÄčNew England AAPOR continued to build off the work of previous leadership in 2018/2019. 

AAPOR Member Profile: Ashley Hyon
If you are in Toronto this May, you can follow the cowbell to find Ashley Hyon. Ashley is one of the behind-the-scenes folks that keep the AAPOR conference running. She has served in a variety of roles – docent, judge, conference support. Most recently, she led the 2018 Speed Networking event in Denver. She said that it is a lot of work leading up to the conference, but the actual event – working with volunteers and the “infamous” cow bells – is so much fun, she agreed to do it again this year. 
 


 

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