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Ann Gray

Ann Gray

2001 William H. Flanigan Award for Distinguished Service as an ICPSR Official Representative

Ann Gray began her professional career in 1982 at the Institute for Research in Social Science at the University of North Carolina. In 1985 she became the Head of the Data Archive at the Cornell Institute for Social and Economic Research at Cornell University, where she was also the data contact person for Cornell's membership in ICPSR. In the early 1990s, Cornell moved the role of Office Representative from the Government Department to the Institute and Ann became the OR. In 1994, she became a member of the ICPSR Council. In 1991, she was part of the OR Meeting program with a presentation on "Introducing Undergraduates to Quantitative Research: The Data Library Experience." She has given presentations in other venues, such as the IASSIST and APDU meetings. In 2000 Ann moved to Princeton where the OR and data services reside within the university library and undergraduate research plays a large role. Her most recent publications are "Data Products, Secondary" in Encyclopedia of the U.S. Census, edited by Margo Anderson and others, and with Diane Geraci, "Complex Reference Services: Data Files for Social Research," in The Reference Librarian.

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