2010.07.12 > For Immediate Release
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Uses of Local, Statewide Census Data is Focus of Aug. 17 Conference at UNO
Omaha - The Center for Public Affairs Research (CPAR) at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) will host the 21st annual Nebraska Data Conference on Tuesday, Aug. 17. The conference is open to the public.
Eight regional researchers will discuss state and local data trends, including:
• A complete 2010 U.S. Census update;
• New data for zip codes, neighborhoods, and towns with under 20,000 residents;
• How to obtain and utilize business demographics and marketing data;
• Political redistricting following the 2010 Census; and
• The latest data on health insurance coverage, vital statistics, and other health-related data.
The conference will feature a main session updating the latest data products, six break-out sessions and a closing presentation on demographic trends.
“The annual data conference provides valuable information for those working in education, marketing, advertising, state or local government, nonprofit work and grant writing,” said David Drozd, CPAR research coordinator. “So much new data is coming out in the next few months that conference participants will be ahead of the pack in understanding and utilizing it.”
The conference runs 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at UNO’s College of Public Affairs and Community Service Building, which is southeast of the UNO bell tower. Free parking is available on the UNO campus and in the UNO parking structures.
Visit https://www.unomaha.edu/cpar/registration.php to register and for detailed conference information.
The cost is $50 for attendees who register by Tuesday, Aug. 10, or $60 thereafter.
The Center for Public Affairs Research is a research and community outreach unit of the UNO College of Public Affairs and Community Service. Data analysis and dissemination are key components of CPAR’s mission. CPAR is the lead agency for the Nebraska State Data Center, a cooperative program between the U.S. Census Bureau and individual states. As such, CPAR works with state and local decision makers as well as the media on critical issues facing the state.
Contact David Drozd for more information on the Center for Public Affairs Research and the Aug. 17 conference: firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 554-2132.
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