Stacey Giroux is an assistant research scientist at the Center for Survey Research and the Ostrom Workshop. She holds a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Florida, with an emphasis in research methods. She has a wide range of experience developing and carrying out research projects that use both qualitative and quantitative methods. Her research interests include mixed methods research, survey nonresponse, social network analysis, food security, food habits, and obesity. 

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She has a cat named Fabian Cancellara.

Center for Survey Research
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