The study focuses on the variation in strategy, structure, and mission among public interest law organizations and hopes to map the growing diversity of public interest practice in the United States.
The comprehensive study of family life in the U.S. will interview a portion of the original sample and their young adult sons and daughters.
This study is designed to validate environmental performance models/management systems and measure their performance. The UWSC will conduct telephone interviews with a total of 900 plastics and fabricated metals manufacturers throughout the United States to get a picture of how these manufacturers deal with environmental issues internally.
The Chicago Longitudinal Study (CLS) is being done to investigate the long-term effects of early childhood interventions on the educational and social development of 1,539 individuals who grew up in high-poverty neighborhoods in Chicago.
The purpose of this survey was to assess veteran’s knowledge of prostate cancer screening and to test the effectiveness of an informational brochure and video, designed by the Minneapolis VA, on veteran’s level of knowledge about the benefits and risks of prostate cancer screening.
This survey is conducted by the WI Department of Health and Family Services every ten years to determine the health care needs of the state’s older population, and to determine how best to help this population meet those needs.
The goal of this study was to interview 400 randomly selected women and men in households throughout the state of Wisconsin to assess attitudes towards seat belt safety, habits of seat belt use, and attitudes towards public service announcements.
The purpose was to investigate the changing labor market institutions, and their impact on the lives of workers.
The survey assessed the fish consumption habits and advisory awareness of the general population of Great Lakes States residents.
The goal of this study was to interview 400 randomly selected men and women in households throughout the State of Wisconsin to assess participation in and opinions about recycling, outdoor recreation, children’s media produced by the DNR, and DNR decision-making.