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Projects

The Carleton University Survey Centre has a wide range of experience at the national, provincial, regional and local-level for various government, academic, private and public bodies on social and public policy matters. Here is a sample of recent, relevant research.

Carleton University – Senior Administration

  • An email survey on inter-cultural, inter-racial, inter-religious relations on campus
  • A telephone survey of Ottawa east residents to determine the viability of offering satellite courses of campus
  • A telephone survey of Almonte and surrounding area residents to determine the viability of offering satellite courses of campus

Carleton University – Faculty Research

  • History and Business – Web-based survey
    A survey of family historians and genealogists and their practices
  • Psychology – Community Health Study Wave
    A three year in home study comparing two communities (Smiths Falls and Renfrew) to determine the effect large scale job loss has on the health of a community

City of Ottawa

  • Employee Engagement
    A web-based email survey of employees in the City of Ottawa
  • Resident Satisfaction Survey
    A telephone survey of Ottawa residents on City services

Association of Canadian Port Authorities

  • A web-based email survey of association members

ISSP – Environment

  • A mail-out survey of Canadian households as part of the CUSC obligation to the ISSP

Recent Reports

The CUSC is involved in writing about the data it collects.  This space will house the reports, essays, papers and book chapters that are produced by the members of the Centre.