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 College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) Advising Surveys of students and advisors were conducted to collect information about students and advisors’ overall experiences and satisfaction with advising at CALS.
This survey asked questions about frequency of use of the Health Sciences Libraries, satisfaction with the libraries and their hours, importance of certain library services and resources, areas of improvement for the library, and respondent demographics.
The entire Spring 2002 graduating class of the Doctor of Pharmacy program (95 students) was contacted by e-mail to participate in the study. Students were asked questions about their overall experiences in the Doctor of Pharmacy program.
The UW System Faculty/Instructional Staff Computing Survey was an Internet and mail combination survey, designed to collect information on computer and technology use by faculty and instructional staff at all UW campuses.
The survey focused on how respondents commute to campus, their knowledge and use of alternate modes of transportation and interest in new transportation programs.
This was a survey funded by the UW-Madison Graduate School to assess the postdoctoral experience on UW-Madison campus and to learn how it can be improved.
The “Job Training and Productivity in Rural America” study was a phone survey of 1590 Service and Manufacturing Industry businesses nation wide, with questions regarding employer training practices.
The Wisconsin DNR ATV, Snowmobile, and Boat Study was a three wave mail survey of approxmiately 23,000 Wisconsin, Illinois, and Minnesota residents. Respondents were of three types: ATV users, snowmobilers, and boaters.
This survey is a replication of the 1998 Senior Survey for the Verbal Assessment Project. This survey was funded by the UW Verbal Assessment Committee to evaluate students’ attitudes and beliefs relevant to public speaking, writing and library use.