Adjunct Assistant Professor, RTI International
Douglas B. Currivan, a program director and senior survey methodologist, has more than 15 years of professional experience in survey research covering telephone, in-person, mail, Web, and multiple-mode data collection projects for government, not-for-profit, and academic clients. Dr. Currivan is experienced in performing statistical analysis and writing reports on a range of methodological issues. He has authored and coauthored peer-reviewed journal articles on the use of telephone-audio computer-assisted self-interview methods in youth tobacco surveys and the impact of increasing survey nonresponse on adult smoking estimates. He regularly presents findings on survey methods at professional conferences. Dr. Currivan teaches the courses Data Collection Methods in Survey Research and Case Studies in Survey Methodology at the University of North Carolina in conjunction with the Joint Program in Survey Methodology at the University of Maryland.