What's Up? I'm a Research Associate Professor in the Michigan Program in Survey Methodology, located within the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research on the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor campus. I also provide statistical consultation, teach workshops, and help to develop research grant proposals as part of the Consulting for Statistics, Computing, and Analytics Research (CSCAR) team. In addition to these academic affiliations, I serve on the Executive Council of the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), specifically as the Associate Chair of the Education Committee, I serve on the Technical Advisory Committee of the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and I am the Faculty Director of the Junior Fellows Program of the Joint Program in Survey Methodology. I have a PhD in Survey Methodology from MPSM, and both a Masters Degree in Applied Statistics and a Bachelors Degree in Statistics from the U of M Department of Statistics.
Teaching and Mentoring Statement
Contributions to Edited Volumes
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Current Courses / Workshops
SURV / SURVMETH 625 (Applied Sampling)
Fitting General Linear and Mixed-Effects (Multilevel) Models in SPSS (CSCAR)
For more information on CSCAR workshops, please visit here.
March Madness (Updated!)
The University of Michigan Circle K
The Detroit Partnership
The Presbyterian Church
I'm a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Ann Arbor, where I was involved with the Worship Committee for the past five years. I have also been a Deacon for Chapel 27 here in Ann Arbor, and I was co-Moderator of the Board of Deacons in 2011. I'm currently an Usher Captain at First Pres. Click here to find out more about the Presbyterian Church of the USA.
Click here to see a picture of me and my wife Laura! =)
U of M Billiards
Bananas: IM Campus Champs!
A link to this page when it was a Birthday Present from my friends James DeVaney and Matt Comstock.
Goin' To Work!
This page is constantly under construction, so visit again soon!
Last modified 3/13/17 by Brady T. West