On behalf of our faculty and staff, I am happy to welcome you to our website.
The Center for Survey Research at the University of Texas – Pan American was created by a former Dean, James Lamar, in 1998, with help from Dr. Jerry Polinard and Dr. Robert Wrinkle. Since its inception, the Center has completed a number of studies that have been used in scholarly research journals such as Political Research Quarterly, Social Science Quarterly, and the State and Local Government Review.
The Center for Survey Research at the University of Texas – Pan American delivers information and expertise to decision makers, scholars, community leaders and citizens as they seek to forge solutions to urban problems and deal with issues of public policy. The overall goal of the Center is to provide decision-makers and scholars with the best possible information to forge solutions to the problems they confront. Toward that goal, the Center can provide research and technical assistance to governmental and nonprofit organizations in Texas. Additionally, the Center helps fulfill the University’s instructional mission by involving students in survey research and data analysis. Finally, the Center also engages in research and analyses for individuals, agencies, and companies.
Feel free to contact me with any inquiries.
Dr. Robert Wrinkle, Director