Much of the business of the Society is done by its seventeen standing committees. The Society greatly appreciates its hardworking committee chairs and members for their important service to the profession. The charge and current membership of each standing committee is detailed below.

Annual Meeting Committee

The committee is composed of previous hosts of the summer meeting. The purpose of the committee is to institutionalize what we do well at the meeting and to further innovate as needed for the meeting. The committee will help systematically consider and respond to suggestions, comments, and NSF reviews. The committee also collects information such as the budget and edits a document that can be passed on to the next host of the meeting. The committee serves as a sounding board and source of collective wisdom for planning the meeting. There are separate committees that determine the paper presenters and select graduate students to attend the meeting.

  • Barry Burden, Chair (2017 host)
  • Justin Esarey, Chair (2016 host)
  • Curt Signorino, Chair (2015 host)
  • Jamie Monogan, Chair (2014 host)
  • Jeffery Jenkins (2013 host)
  • Thomas Carsey (2012 host)
  • Kosuke Imai (2011 host)
  • Fred Boehmke (2010 host)
  • Donald Green (2009 host)
  • Robert Franzese (2008 host)
  • Suzanna Linn (2007 host)

Program Committee for the Annual Meeting

The host chairs the committee and, with the President, and selects its membership.The Society President serves ex officio and the committee chair serves for 1 year. The committee selects and invites papers for the Society for Political Methodology's Annual Meeting. They work with and implement suggestions made by the Annual Meeting Committee. The chair of the committee puts the final program together. The committee's membership typically emphasizes local colleagues who can assist in conference organizing, with a consideration to diversity on many relevant dimensions of the committee.

  • 2017: Barry Burden (Chair), John Ahlquist, Benjamin Lauderdale, Suzanna Linn, Jon Pevehouse, Eleanor Powell, Molly Roberts, Alex Tahk
  • 2016: Justin Esarey (Chair), Jeff Lewis (ex-officio), Molly Roberts, Rick Wilson, Maya Sen, Paul Kellstedt, Michelle Dion, Meg Shannon
  • 2015: Curt Signorino (Chair), Kevin Quinn (ex-officio), Kevin Clarke, Jude Hayes, Jamie Monogan, Marc Ratkovic, Betsy Sinclair, Vera Troeger, Teppei Yamamoto
  • 2014: Keith Poole (Chair), Kevin Quinn (ex-officio), Jeff Gill, Jeff Jenkins, Ines Levin, Suzanne Linn, Jamie Monogan, Maya Sen, Andrew Whitford
  • 2013: Jeffery Jenkins (Chair), Robert Franzese (ex-officio), David Leblang, Dan Gingerich, Lynn Sanders, Tom Carsey, Betsy Sinclair
  • 2012: Tom Carsey (Chair), Robert Franzese (ex-officio), John Aldrich, Anna Bassi, Skyler Cranmer, Kosuke Imai, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, Michael Ward
  • 2011: Kosuke Imai (Chair), Jeff Gill (ex-officio), Fred Boehmke, Wendy Tam Cho,  Robert Erikson
  • 2010: Frederick Boehmke (Chair),Jeff Gill (ex-officio), Donald Green, John Jackson, Luke Keele, Vera Troeger
  • 2009: Donald Green (Chair), Alan Gerber, Jay Goodliffe, Simon Jackman, Jas Sekhon
  • 2008: Curtis Signorino (Chair), Corrine McConnaughy, Irfan Nooruddin, Rob Franzese
  • 2007: Becky Morton (Chair), Suzanna Linn, Kevin Quinn, Jake Bowers, Burt Monroe
  • 2006: Becky Morton (Chair), Jeff Gill, Brad Jones, Jas Sekhon

Graduate Student Selection Committee for the Annual Meeting

The Host and the President select the committee's membership, which typically emphasizes local colleagues who can assist in conference organizing, with a consideration to diversity on many relevant dimensions of the committee. The Society President serves ex officio and the committee chair serves for 1 year. The Graduate Student Selection Committee selects and invites graduate students to attend the Society for Political Methodology's Annual Meeting. The students selected are eligible for National Science Foundation funding and present their work at the poster session at the annual meeting. The committee works with and implements suggestions made by the Annual Meeting Committee with respect to the graduate student experience at the meeting, such as mentoring opportunities.

  • 2017: Barry Burden (Chair), John Ahlquist, Benjamin Lauderdale, Suzanna Linn, Jon Pevehouse, Eleanor Powell, Molly Roberts, Alex Tahk
  • 2016: Justin Esarey (Chair), Jeff Lewis (ex-officio), Molly Roberts, Rick Wilson, Maya Sen, Paul Kellstedt, Michelle Dion, Meg Shannon
  • 2015: Curt Signorino (Chair), Kevin Quinn (ex-officio), Jude Hayes, Jamie Monogan, Marc Ratkovic, Betsy Sinclair, Vera Troeger, Teppei Yamamoto
  • 2014: Keith Poole (Chair), Kevin Quinn (ex-officio), Jeff Gill, Jeff Jenkins, Ines Levin, Suzanne Linn, Jamie Monogan, Maya Sen, Andrew Whitford
  • 2013: Jeffery Jenkins (Chair), Robert Franzese (ex-officio), David Leblang, Nick Winter, Dan Gingerich, Lynn Sanders, Betsy Sinclair
  • 2012: Tom Carsey (Chair), Robert Franzese (ex-officio), John Aldrich, Anna Bassi, Skyler Cranmer, Michael Ward
  • 2011: Kosuke Imai (Chair), Jeff Gill (ex-officio), Fred Boehmke, Wendy Tam Cho, Robert Erikson
  • 2010: Frederick Boehmke (Chair), Jeff Gill (ex-officio), Donald Green, John Jackson, Luke Keele, Vera Troeger
  • 2008: Dan Wood (Chair), Michele Claiborne, David Darmofal, Kevin Clarke
  • 2007: Dan Wood (Chair), Michele Claiborne, David Darmofal, Kevin Clarke
  • 2005: Dan Wood (Chair), Michele Claiborne, Jeff Gill, Kosuke Imai

Best Poster Award Committee

The Society for Political Methodology Poster Award is given for the best poster presented at the annual summer Methodology Meeting, which is held in late July. The winner is announced at the APSA Section on Political Methdology business meeting at the end of the Summer, which takes place at the APSA meeting, and the presentation of the award does not occur until the following calendar year's Political Methodology Section's business meeting at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting due to a July 1st deadline from APSA.

(Host chairs committee and, with the President, selects its membership, with a consideration to diversity on many relevant dimensions of the committee)

  • 2017: John Londregan (Chair), Erin Hartman, Ben Lauderdale, Adam Berinsky, Melissa Sands, Dan Hopkins
  • 2016: Neal Beck (Chair), Jeff Gill, Ines Levin, Sara Mitchell
  • 2015: Erin Hartman (Chair), Richard Nielsen, Shana Gadarian, Karen Jusko, Maya Sen
  • 2014: Arthur Spirling (Chair), Christina Boyd, Devin Caughey, Wendy Tam Cho, Neil Malhotra, Margaret Roberts, Teppei Yamamoto
  • 2013: Andrew Martin (Chair), Alexandra Hennessy, Matt Lebo, Maya Sen, Jeff Harden, Rocio Titiunik, Craig Volden
  • 2012: Fred Boemke (Chair), Megan Shannon, Jay Goodliffe, Dave Peterson, Michael J. Hanmer, Justin Esarey, James Monogan, Amanda Licht, Jake Bowers
  • 2011: Walter Mebane (Chair), Drew Linzer, Robert Erikson, Patrick Brandt, Steve Haptonstahl
  • 2010: Walter Mebane (Chair), Drew Linzer, Robert Erikson, Patrick Brandt, Steve Haptonstahl
  • 2009: Walter Mebane (Chair), Curtis Signorino, Bill Clark, Drew Linzer, Robert Erikson, Patrick Brandt, Xun Pan, Steve Haptonstahl
  • 2008: Suzanna Linn (Chair), Thomas Carsey, Curtis Signorino, Jana von Stein, Bill Clark, Dean Lacy, Drew Linzer, Robert Erikson, Karen Jusko
  • 2007: Andrew Whitford (Chair), Cherie Maestas, Tobin Grant, Michael Bailey, Kathy Powers
  • 2006: Andrew Whitford (Chair), Jake Bowers, Kris Kanthak, Luke Keele, David Kimball, Matthew Lebo

Gosnell Prize Committee

The Gosnell Prize is given for the best work presented at a conference between May 1st through April 30th. The winner is selected by May 30th and the prize is awarded at the Political Methodology Section's business meeting held at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting.

(Chair serves for 2 years)

  • 2017: Michael Peress (Chair), Suzanne Linn, Brandon Stewart
  • 2015: Jake Bowers (Chair), Adam Glynn, Xun Pang
  • 2014: Jake Bowers (Chair), Adam Glynn, Xun Pang
  • 2013: Jay Goodliffe (Chair), Jong Hee Park, Michael Peress
  • 2012: Jay Goodliffe (Chair), Jong Hee Park, Michael Peress
  • 2011: Matthew Lebo (Chair), Kenneth Kollman, Betsy Sinclair
  • 2010: Matthew Lebo (Chair), Kenneth Kollman, Betsy Sinclair
  • 2009: Kenneth Kollman (Chair), Betsy Sinclair, Matthew Lebo
  • 2008: Kenneth Kollman (Chair)
  • 2007: Michael Ward (Chair), Michael Crespin (winner from previous year), Patrick Brandt
  • 2006: Michael Ward (Chair), Alexis Diamond (winner from previous year), Robert Luskin

John T. Williams Dissertation Prize Committee

In recognition of John T. Williams' contribution to graduate training, the John T. Williams Award has been established for the best dissertation proposal in the area of political methodology. Proposals are due May 1st and should follow National Science Foundation format guidelines.

(Chair serves for 2 years)

  • 2017: Justin Grimmer (Chair), Matt Blackwell, Teppei Yamamoto
  • 2015: Curt Signorino (Chair), John Ahlquist, Jennifer Jerit
  • 2014: Curt Signorino (Chair), John Ahlquist, Jennifer Jerit
  • 2013: Michael Colaresi (Chair), Guy Whitten, Irfan Nooruddin
  • 2012: Michael Colaresi (Chair), Guy Whitten, Irfan Nooruddin
  • 2011: Guy Whitten (Chair), Michael Colaresi, Jonathan Nagler
  • 2010: Guy Whitten (Chair), Michael Colaresi, Jonathan Nagler
  • 2009: Guy Whitten (Chair), Michael Colaresi, Betsy Sinclair
  • 2007: John Aldrich (Chair), Michael Colaresi, Tse-Min Lin
  • 2006: John Aldrich (Co-Chair), Virginia Gray (Co-Chair), Patrick Brandt, Burt Monroe

Miller Prize Committee

The Miller Prize is given for the best article published in Political Analysis for the preceding calendar year (ex., 2005 to make the July 1st 2006 deadline). The winner is selected by May 30th and the prize awarded at the Political Methodology Section's business meeting held at the American Political Science Association's annual meeting.

(Chair serves for 2 years)

  • 2017: Patrick Brandt (Chair), Devin Caughey, R. Michael Alvarez, Sunshine Hillygus
  • 2015: Neil Malhotra (Chair), Thad Dunning, Meg Shannon, Arthur Spirling
  • 2014: David Nickerson (Chair), Devin Caughey, Justin Grimmer, Brad Jones
  • 2013: David Nickerson (Chair), Devin Caughey, Justin Grimmer, Brad Jones
  • 2012: Burt Monroe (Chair), Justin Grimmer, David Nickerson, Greg Wawro
  • 2011: Dan Wood (Chair), Kosuke Imai, Greg Wawro, Burt Monroe
  • 2010: Dan Wood (Chair), Kosuke Imai, Greg Wawro, Burt Monroe
  • 2009: Dan Wood (Chair), Kosuke Imai, Greg Wawro, Burt Monroe
  • 2008: Tobin Grant (Chair), David Darmofal (winner from previous year), Michael Hanmer, Orit Kedar, Drew Linzer
  • 2007: Brian Pollins (Chair), Robert Franzese (winner from previous year), William Berry
  • 2006: Brian Pollins (Chair), David Nickerson (winner from previous year), Stanley Feldman

Diversity Committee

The Diversity Committee's mission is: a) to promote and facilitate diversity within the section, especially with regard to women and other other underrepresented groups within political methodology; b) to improve the professional visibility of women and other minorities within the political methodology field; and c) to monitor and provide oversight with respect to these goals.

(2 year commitment, staggered terms)

  • 2017: Betsy Sinclair (Chair), Molly Roberts, Maya Sen, Danny Hildago 
  • 2015: Betsy Sinclair (Chair), Jong Hee Park, Molly Roberts, Maya Sen, Rocio Titiunik, Ismail White
  • 2014: Megan Shannon (Chair), Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Sona Golder, Walter Mebane, Maya Sen, Wendy Tam Cho, Ismail White
  • 2013: Megan Shannon (Chair), Walter Mebane, Rocio Titiunik, Lee Walker, Xun Pang, Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Sona Golder
  • 2012: Michael Ward (Chair), Sunshine Hillygus, Rocio Titiunik, Lee Walker, Xun Pang, Megan Shannon
  • 2011: Michael Ward (Chair), Sunshine Hillygus, Rocio Titiunik, Lee Walker, Xun Pang, Megan Shannon
  • 2010: Sara McLaughlin Mitchell (Chair), Wendy Tam Cho, Michelle Dion, Lee Walker, Cherie Maestas, Caroline Tolbert
  • 2009: Sara McLaughlin Mitchell (Chair), Wendy Tam Cho, Michelle Dion, Lee Walker, Cherie Maestas, Caroline Tolbert
  • 2008: Caroline Tolbert (Chair), Susan Banducci, Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Claudine Gay, Liz Gerber, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, Sunshine Hillygus, Bonnie Meguid
  • 2007: Caroline Tolbert (Chair), Susan Banducci, Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Claudine Gay, Liz Gerber, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, Sunshine Hillygus, Bonnie Meguid, Regina Branton (Webmaster)
  • 2006: Caroline Tolbert (Chair), Susan Banducci, Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Claudine Gay, Liz Gerber, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, Sunshine Hillygus, Bonnie Meguid, Regina Branton (Webmaster)

Long Range Planning Committee

The Long Range Planning Committee is charged with planning for the growth and institutionalization of the section. The committee is charged with looking 5, 10, and 20 years ahead to see how we can continue our reputation of innovating for the betterment of the section.

(3 year commitment, staggered terms)

  • 2017: John Freeman (Chair), Ken Benoit, Justin Gross, Simon Jackman, Corrine McConnaughy, Jonathan Nagler
  • 2015: John Freeman (Chair), Ken Benoit, Justin Esaray, Justin Gross, Corrine McConnaughy, Jonathan Nagler, Caroline Tolbert
  • 2014: John Freeman (Chair), Ken Benoit, Justin Esaray, Justin Gross, Corrine McConnaughy, Jonathan Nagler, Caroline Tolbert
  • 2013: John Freeman (Chair), Lonna Atkeson, Ken Benoit, Justin Esaray, Justin Gross, Corrine McConnaughy, Jonathan Nagler, Caroline Tolbert
  • 2012: Jeffrey Lewis (Chair), Lonna Atkeson, Nathaniel Beck, Suzanna Linn, John Jackson, Andrew D. Martin, Thomas Plumper, Christopher Zorn
  • 2011: Jeffrey Lewis (Chair), Lonna Atkeson, Nathaniel Beck, Suzanna Linn, John Jackson, Andrew D. Martin, Thomas Plumper, Christopher Zorn
  • 2010: Jeffrey Lewis (Chair), Lonna Atkeson, Nathaniel Beck, Suzanna Linn, John Jackson, Andrew D. Martin, Thomas Plumper, Christopher Zorn
  • 2009: Gary King (Chair), Nathaniel Beck, John Freeman, Suzanna Linn, John Jackson, Jeffrey Lewis, Andrew D. Martin, Corrine McConnaughy, Christopher Zorn
  • 2008: Gary King (Chair), Nathaniel Beck, John Freeman, Suzanna Linn, John Jackson, Jeffrey Lewis, Andrew D. Martin, Corrine McConnaughy, Christopher Zorn
  • 2007: James Granato (Chair), Christopher Achen, John Freeman, Guillermina Jasso, Gary King, Corrine McConnaughy, William Reed
  • 2006: James Granato (Chair), Christopher Achen, John Freeman, Guillermina Jasso, Gary King, Corrine McConnaughy, William Reed

Nominations Committee

The nominations committee provides one nomination for each elective office to be filled. A prospective candidate for elective office of the Association must become a dues-paying member upon filing for office. The Nominating Committee shall make its report to the President by May 30. The Chair of the Nominating Committee or his or her designee shall present the Committee’s slate of nominees to the Annual Business Meeting.

(3 year terms)

  • 2017: Simon Jackman  (Chair), Kevin Quinn, Sara Mitchell
  • 2015: Jeff Gill (Chair), Suzanna Linn, Jasjeet Sekhon
  • 2014: Jeff Gill (Chair), Suzanna Linn, Jasjeet Sekhon
  • 2013: Jeff Gill (Chair), Suzanna Linn, Jasjeet Sekhon
  • 2012: Andrew Whitford (Chair), Sunshine Hillygus, John Freeman
  • 2011: Andrew Whitford (Chair), Sunshine Hillygus, John Freeman
  • 2010: Andrew Whitford (Chair), Sunshine Hillygus, John Freeman
  • 2009: William Jacoby, Meg Shannon
  • 2008: William Jacoby, Meg Shannon
  • 2007: Larry Bartels (Chair), William Jacoby, Meg Shannon, Christopher Zorn
  • 2006: Larry Bartels (Chair), Nancy Burns, Jon Pevehouse, Christopher Zorn

Publications Committee

The Publications Committee is an advisory board concerning publication of Political Analysis and The Political Methodologist. The committee is charged with overseeing and negotiating the contract with the publisher of Political Analysis and nominating and contacting potential future editors for both publications. These two publications are vitally important to the section's membership.

(Political Analysis and The Political Methodologist; 3 year rotation commitment)

  • 2017: Neal Beck (Chair), R. Michael Alvarez (ex-officio), Jeffrey B. Lewis (ex-officio), Robert Erikson, Jens Heinmueller, Michael Herron, Rob Franzese, Rocio Titiunik
  • 2015: Neal Beck (Chair), R. Michael Alvarez (ex-officio), Kevin Quinn(Ex-Officio), Robert Erikson, Jens Heinmueller, Michael Herron
  • 2014: Neal Beck (Chair), R. Michael Alvarez (ex-officio), Jens Hainmueller, Paul Kellstedt, Vera Troeger
  • 2013: Neal Beck (Chair), R. Michael Alvarez (ex-officio), Jens Hainmueller, Paul Kellstedt, Vera Troeger
  • 2012: Neal Beck (Chair), R. Michael Alvarez (ex-officio), Orit Kedar, Paul Kellstedt, Vera Troeger
  • 2011: Robert Erikson (Chair), Phil Schrodt, Gary King, Orit Kedar, Jonathan Katz
  • 2010: Robert Erikson (Chair), Phil Schrodt, Gary King, Orit Kedar, Jonathan Katz
  • 2009: Robert Erikson (Chair), Phil Schrodt, Gary King, Suzanna Linn
  • 2008: Phil Schrodt (Chair), Neal Beck, Robert Erikson, Suzanna Linn
  • 2007: Phil Schrodt (Chair), Neal Beck, Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Robert Erikson, Michael Herron, Jonathan Katz
  • 2006: Phil Schrodt (Chair), Neal Beck, Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Robert Erikson, Michael Herron, Jonathan Katz

Section Head for the American Political Science Association's Annual Meeting

Organizes the allotted panels for the Section at the American Political Science Association’s Annual Meeting.

  • 2017 meeting:  Jowei Chen
  • 2016 meeting: Ines Levin
  • 2015 meeting: Jacob Montgomery
  • 2014 meeting: Cherie Maestas
  • 2013 meeting: Matthew Lebo
  • 2012 meeting: Lonna Atkeson
  • 2011 meeting: Christopher Zorn
  • 2010 meeting: Jonathan Wand
  • 2009 meeting:  Jay Goodliffe
  • 2008 meeting: Jude Hays
  • 2007 meeting: Greg Wawro
  • 2006 meeting: Langche Zeng

Political Methodology Career Award Committee

The Political Methodology Career Award is given to recognize an outstanding career of intellectual accomplishment and service to the profession in the Political Methodology field.

  • 2017Rob Franzese (Chair), Lonna Atkeson, Koskue Imai, Simon Jackman, Wendy Tam Cho
  • 2015: Rob Franzese (Chair), Lonna Atkeson, Koskue Imai, Simon Jackman, Wendy Tam Cho
  • 2014: Sara Mitchell (Chair), Gary King, Suzanna Linn, Jasjeet Sekhon, Curt Signorino
  • 2013: Sara Mitchell (Chair), Gary King, Suzanna Linn, Jasjeet Sekhon, Curt Signorino
  • 2012: Sara Mitchell (Chair), Gary King, Suzanna Linn, Jasjeet Sekhon, Curt Signorino
  • 2011: Nancy Burns (Chair), Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Jake Bowers, Jim Stimson, Tse-min Lin
  • 2010: Nancy Burns (Chair), Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Jake Bowers, Jim Stimson, Tse-min Lin
  • 2009: Nancy Burns (Chair), Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Jake Bowers, John Jackson, Tse-min Lin
  • 2008: Janet Box-Steffensmeier (Chair), Christopher Achen, William Berry, Simon Jackman
  • 2007: Simon Jackman (Chair), Elisabeth Gerber, Marco Steenbergen, R. Michael Alvarez

Software Award Committee

Solicits nominations and determines the winner of the Society's annual award for innovative software.

  • 2017: Justin Esarey (Chair), Jamie Monogan, Arthur Spirling
  • 2015: Michael Ward (Chair), Matt Blackwell, Alex Tahk
  • 2014: Phil Schrodt (Chair), Patrick Brandt, Dominik Hangartner, Jamie Monogan
  • 2013: Phil Schrodt (Chair), Patrick Brandt, James Honaker, Jamie Monogan
  • 2012: Curt Signorino (Chair), Micah Altman, Andrew D. Martin, Arthur Spirling
  • 2011: Curt Signorino (Chair), Micah Altman, Andrew D. Martin, Arthur Spirling
  • 2010: Jas Sekhon (Chair), Micah Altman, Kosuke Imai, Andrew D. Martin, Simon Jackman
  • 2009: Jas Sekhon (Chair), Micah Altman, Kosuke Imai, Andrew D. Martin, Simon Jackman

Emerging Scholar Committee

Solicits nominations and determines the winner of the Society's annual emerging scholar award.

  • 2017: Lonna Atkeson (Chair), Curt Signorio, Walter Mebane, Jeff Gill
  • 2015: Josh Clinton (Chair), Adam Berinsky, Jens Heinmueller, Jas Sekhon
  • 2014: Fred Boehmke (Chair), Jake Bowers, Jude Hays, Kosuke Imai
  • 2013: Fred Boehmke (Chair), Jake Bowers, Jude Hays, Kosuke Imai
  • 2012: Simon Jackman (Chair), Wendy Tam Cho, Kevin Quinn, Jeffrey Lewis
  • 2011: Simon Jackman (Chair), Wendy Tam Cho, Kevin Quinn, Jeffrey Lewis

Excellence in Mentoring Award Committee

The Society for Political Methodology Excellence in Mentoring Award honors members of the Society for Political methodology who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment to mentoring and advising graduate and/or undergraduate students-particularly those from underrepresented groups.

(2 year commitment)

  • 2017: Henry Brady (Chair), Phil Schrodt, Maya Sen
  • 2015: R. Michael Alvarez (Chair), Danny Hidalgo, Sunshine Hillygus

Box-Steffensmeier & Garcia ICPSR-Scholarship Selection Committee

  • 2017: Michelle Dion (Chair), Justin Esarey, Saundra Schneider
  • 2015: Michelle Dion (Chair), Justin Esarey, Saundra Schneider
  • 2014: Lee Walker (Chair), Saundra Schneider, Michelle Dion
  • 2013: Lee Walker (Chair), Saundra Schneider, Cindy Kam
  • 2012: Lee Walker (Chair), Saundra Schneider, Cindy Kam

Section Head for the European Political Science Association's Annual Meeting

Organizes the allotted panels for the Section at the European Political Science Association's Annual Meeting. This has been inactive since 2015. 

  • 2015 meeting: Dominik Hangartner
  • 2014 meeting: Benjamin Lauderdale
  • 2013 meeting: Luke Keele
  • 2012 meeting: Bill Clark and Marco Steenbergen
  • 2011 meeting: Jude Hays

Undergraduate and Graduate Methodology Committee

This committee has been inactive since 2013.

  • 2006-2013: Lonna Atkeson (Chair), Garrett Glasgow, Paul Gronke, Dean Lacy, Alan Zuckerman