Southwest Survey Research Center
The newly-established Southwest Survey Research Center (SSRC) is designed to assist researchers, agency directors, business leaders, and policy makers in all aspects of survey research. The SSRC is housed in the College of Health and Human Services under the direction of the Associate Dean for Research, Dr. Joe Tomaka. The Center has state-of-the-art hardware and software for conducting phone and internet surveys of any type and length. The center also has facilities for conducting face-to-face interviews and focus groups.
The SSRC provides a wide array of services: questionnaire design, sampling, data collection, and statistical analysis for telephone, mail, and internet surveys. Bilingual (Spanish/English) questionnaire translation and interviewing are also available.
The SSRC seeks to provide flexible, efficient, and responsive service, while insuring the integrity and quality of every research project. Contact us at 575-646-3525 or firstname.lastname@example.org anytime to discuss your project and obtain a cost estimate.
- Research Design (Sampling Design and Procedures)
- Questionnaire and Survey Design
- Mail, Telephone, Web, and in-person surveys
- Focus group design and conduction
- Data Collection and management
- Data Entry and Coding
- Statistical Analysis
- Table and Graph design
- Presentation of Results
- Data Archiving and Secondary Analysis Services
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) translation services
Dr. Joe Tomaka
Associate Dean and Director of the Southwest Survey Research Center