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Craig A. Hill

Vice President, Survey Research

Craig A. Hill, PhD, has more than 30 years of experience in survey research. During that time, he has directed survey research projects both large and small for a wide variety of federal, academic, and commercial clients. Dr. Hill has published and presented more than 50 papers related to survey methods, including topics as diverse as hospital ranking methodology, interviewer fraud, and new technology for surveys. He now sets vision and strategy for the Survey and Computing Sciences Unit, a $165 million business unit that designs and implements projects using a variety of technological, analytical, and methodological approaches. The majority of the unit’s business derives from survey-related projects in which primary data collection (through telephone and in-person interviews, medical record abstraction, clinical report forms, and self-administered paper and web questionnaires) is a main component.

Education

PhD, Political Science, University of New Orleans; MA, Political Science, University of New Orleans; BA, Political Science, Northern Illinois University.

Latest Publications

Kim, A., Murphy, J., Richards, A., Hansen, H., Powell, R., & Haney, C. (2014). Can tweets replace polls? A U.S. health-care reform case study. In Hill, C.A., Dean, E. & Murphy, J. (Eds.), Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research (pp. 61-86). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Richards, A., Dean, E., & Cook, S. (2014). Collecting diary data on Twitter. In Hill, C.A., Dean, E. & Murphy, J. (Eds.), Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research (pp. 203-230). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Keating , M., Rhodes, B., & Richards, A. (2014). Crowdsourcing: A flexible method for innovation, data collection, and analysis in social science research. In Hill, C.A., Dean, E. & Murphy, J. (Eds.), Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research (pp. 179-201). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Roe, D., Zhang, Y., & Keating , M. (2014). Decisions, observations, and considerations for developing a mobile survey app and panel. In Hill, C.A., Dean, E. & Murphy, J. (Eds.), Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research (pp. 149-178). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Haque, S.N., & Swicegood, J. (2014). Recruiting participants with chronic conditions in Second Life. In Hill, C.A., Dean, E. & Murphy, J. (Eds.), Social Media, Sociality, and Survey Research (pp. 231-252). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
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