Thomas M. Guterbock, founding director of CSR, received extensive training in quantitative, multivariate methods and has applied these in CSR research, publications and his applied work.
In his role as senior project designer and project director for the Center, he has originated and implemented numerous studies, including many that involve either complex sampling, complex questionnaire protocols, or complex analysis strategies.
Tom moved to Charlottesville from Chicago over 40 years ago. He studied at Yale and received a PhD in Sociology from the University of Chicago. In March of 2017, he received the John M. Kennedy Achievement Award, from the Association of Academic Survey Research Organizations, for career achievement and contributions to the field of survey research.
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Accepted for presentation at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Assocation, San Francisco, August 2020