Chase Harrison is Senior Preceptor in Survey Methodology. He is focused on insuring that students and researchers at Harvard who are thinking about surveys have access to the expertise and resources they need. Chase has worked with undergraduate thesis writers who use surveys in their theses, and is happy to talk with students interested in conducting field research no matter what the topic or region. Chase's substantive research interests are particularly focused on the use and misuse of scientific data (such as surveys and polls) in politics and the media. He also has broad interests in public opinion, political attitudes, political communication, and immigration.
Office hours: Wednesdays 2:00 - 4:00 and by apointment.