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2020 ICPSR Data Fair: Data In Real Life

a Conference

Monday, 9/21/2020 to 9/25/2020.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: virtual

With all the unexpected twists and turns of 2020, the ICPSR Data Fair will provide a data lens on timely topics such as the elections, Black Lives Matter, the Census, higher education, immigration, COVID 19, and so much more.

Important to know:

- Webinars are free and open to the public. Please share this opportunity with colleagues, faculty, students, interns and others.
- Attendees must register via the registration form linked below. In a change from previous years, attendees will register once for the full Data Fair and will receive links to all presentations as part of your attendee materials.
- All presentations take place via Zoom. Links to all presentations will be sent directly to registrants the week prior to the Data Fair.
- It is permissible (even encouraged!) for organizations to broadcast these webcasts to groups of attendees.
- Participants who attend five or more presentations will receive a Certificate of Completion.
- Participants who attend ten or more presentations will be featured on the Data Fair website.

2020 presentations will include:

- Redistricting Math: Using Computers to Stop Gerrymandering
- On Why Race Still Matters: Ontological Commitments and Researching Without Numbers
- The 2020 Presidential Race Mid-Campaign
- Data in Real Life: Capturing the Lived Experience of Subgroups in the US
- Methods and Analytic Approaches for Physically Disabled Persons - Using Administrative Claims Datasets
- Analyst, Creator, Consultant: Models of Undergraduate Experiential Data Learning
- The real-life story of the just-released ICPSR study: New Immigrants Admitted to the United States, Federal Fiscal Years 1972-2000
- Quantifying Gender Identities and Behaviors
- Using Cannabis Data to Improve Public Health and Promote Social Equity
- Health and Neighborhood Context: The National Neighborhood Data Archive (NaNDA)
- … and more, stay tuned!

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