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Robert M. Groves: Looking Backward Guessing Forward
US Census Director Robert M. Groves' keynote speech on the future of survey research & the US Census at the Michigan Population Studies Center's 50th Anniversary celebration. October 22, 2011.
U-M Population Studies Center PSC 50th Anniversary Retrospective
Honoring the Past & Preparing for the Future: Reflections on 50 years of research at the Michigan Population Studies Center by Ronald Freedman, Albert Hermalin, John Knodel, David Harding, Sarah Burgard, Bob Schoeni, Reynolds Farley, Pamela Smock, Rebecca Thornton. 2011.
Ronald Freedman Memorial Celebration
Ronald Freedman Memorial Celebration at the Michigan League. 2008.
The Way We Were - a retrospective slide show
Images of people and places of the Michigan Population Studies Center from over the years. Prepared for PSC's 50th Anniversary Celebration in 2011.
Remembering a Distinguished Career: Ron Freedman, Part 1.
A PSC Oral History. Part 1 Topics: Coming to Michigan; Graduate Career; Post M.S. and Ph.D.; Chicago to Michigan; Fertility; Catholics; Findings; Others Involved; International Fertility; Creation of PSC; Dollars for PSC; PSC Principles; Environment and Trends. 2002.
See also: Part 2; Part 3; Part 4.

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