28th Annual Nebraska Data Users Conference
Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017
28th Annual Data User Conference Tentative Agenda
A. sessions are considered advanced or specialized sessions.
B. sessions are considered basic or beginner sessions.
C. sessions are hands-on computer training sessions.
|8:30||Welcome||Jerry Deichert and David Drozd, UNO Center for Public Affairs Research|
|A.||Social Determinants of Health and Health Data Panel||David Drozd; Carol Gilbert, CityMatCH; Athena Ramos, UNMC; Tom Rauner, DHHS|
|B.||Census Overview: Basics, ACS, and Estimates||Jerry Deichert; Ian Hull, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington DC|
|C.||Intermediate Level American FactFinder Computer Training||David Schuler, U.S. Census Bureau, Chicago|
|10:15||Census Product and 2020 Census Update||David Schuler; Ian Hull; Jim Castagneri and Blanca Ramirez-Salazar, U.S. Census Bureau, Denver|
|11:15||Local Employment Dynamics with Job-to-Job Explorer||Earlene Dowell, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington DC|
|12:15||Lunch with Facilitated Discussions|
|A.||2020 Census Partnerships||Blanca Ramirez-Salazar|
|B.||Crime Data and Criminal Justice||Rober Meier, UNO School of Criminology and Criminal Justice|
|C.||Fighting Poverty and Building Wealth||Jerry Deichert|
|D.||Local Update of Census Addresses (LUCA) Discussion||Jim Castagneri|
|E.||Informal networking luncheon||Robert Blair, School of Public Administration|
|A./B.||Demographics 101 and Applied Demography||Cliff Holley, Center for Population Studies, University of Mississippi|
|C.||Local Employment Dynamics Computer Training||Earlene Dowell|
|A.||Trends and Factors Affecting Housing Panel Discussion||Daivd Drozd; Randy Cantrell, Rural Futures Institute; Willie Barney, The Empowerment Network|
|B.||ACS Select Population Profiles and Analyzing Data by Race||Lissette Aliaga-Linares, UNO Center for Public Affairs Research and Department of Sociology|
|C.||Basic/Beginner Level American FactFinder Computer Training||David Schuler|
|A./B.||State and Local Population Trends||Jerry Deichert and David Drozd|
|C.||Visualizing Data using Tableau Computer Training||Melanie Kiper, UNO Center for Public Affairs Research|
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