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Center for Survey Research moves

The Center for Survey Research, the University's polling organization, is expanding its role both on and off Grounds and has joined the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service.

CSR, created in 1987 to do research and analysis for University clients, has moved to a suite of offices on Fontaine Avenue at Fry's Spring.

This summer, the survey center, formerly a free-standing unit of Arts & Sciences, became a division of the Cooper Center, which has close working relationships with state and local government officials through its many programs, including those run by the Virginia Institute of Government.


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