About UAI - Partners

Social Science Research Solutions is a branch of AUS and ICR/International Communications Research. The principals of SSRS led the Social Science Research Group at ICR from 1998 to late 2008. During these ten years, they gained a reputation for conducting many types of survey research, from small-scale omnibus studies to large-scale custom research projects; from basic data-delivery studies to projects requiring extensive multivariate analysis and reporting; and from fast-turnaround general population polls to extensive and complex studies of specialized low-incidence populations. In addition to several large-scale Jewish Population Studies conducted with UAI, SSRS has also conducted some of the largest studies of Latinos ever conducted in the United States, a number of studies of the Asian population and other hard-to-reach populations, such as the disabled, the mentally ill, and currently deployed military families.
MSG/GENESYS has provided sampling designs, population estimates, and weighting procedures for UAI which establish state-of-the-art standards. MSG/GENESYS is a premier "sampling" company, which provides sample and estimation for approximately 7,500 studies annually, of which 2,500 are social science - government research projects. MSG-GENESYS's CEO and Founder, Dale W. Kulp, was responsible for sample design, estimation and weighting for the 1990 NJPS, as well as all UAI Jewish community studies since 1996.
Research Success
Research Success Technologies is a company specializing in data management and research solutions for non-profits. The team, headquartered in Jerusalem, Israel, integrates expertise in computer technology, education, sociology, and management. Research Success partnered with UAI on a major study for the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and the Denver Jewish Community Study. Other recent projects include an evaluation of the DeLeT Teacher Education program (funded by the Jim Joseph Foundation), a survey of the place of Israel in Reform Jewish congregations sponsored by the Reform Movement, and a participant survey and evaluation of the 2007 General Assembly of the United Jewish Communities.

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