Carma Moves to Nebraska

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CARMA Moves to Nebraska

I am excited to announce the relocation of CARMA to the College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where I will continue to serve as founding director. This move occurs as I start my new position as Donald and Shirley Clifton Chair of Survey Science and Professor of Management, and Director of Survey Research and Methodology (SRAM interdisciplinary graduate programs). This announcement culminates an eight-month project of building a new CARMA website at UNL CBA and moving our office to Lincoln, and represents the joint efforts of administration and staff from our previous host school the University of North Dakota and from our hew home at UNL CBA.

I am very thankful for the hard work and cooperation of all who contributed to this transition, whose names are listed below. I am grateful for my two years of hosting CARMA at UND and appreciate the support while there. I am also looking forward to a great new experience at UNL CBA, as I join more than 100 new faculty who have decided to Start Something in Lincoln over the past six years. We are all excited as we await our move in fall 2017 to a new $84 million, 240,000-square-foot CBA building.

We look forward to serving you and responding to your research methods education needs, and wish you the best for the upcoming academic year. Please let us know if we can help in any way you can contact us with our new email address of

Dr. Larry J. Williams, CARMA Founding Director

University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Business Administration:

Dr. Donde Plowman, James Jr. and Susan Stuart Dean
Dr. Tammy Beck, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and External Engagement
Dr. Dennis Duchon, Chair, Department of Management
David Hartline, Director of Information Technology and Facility Operations
Sheri Irwin Gish, Executive Director, Communications, Marketing and External Relations
Roger Simonsen, Director of IT, Communications, Marketing and External Relations
James Fairchild, Web Developer /Designer

University of North Dakota:

Nasser Hammami, Chief Information Office, School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Jayson Helseth, Application Developer
Mario Borboa, Information Support Technician