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  • Frames Program: Enabling Transformation Through Linked Data

    The Frames Program, in collaboration with the Center for New Media and Promotion, recently released a video providing an overview of the Frames Program for audiences inside and outside the U.S. Census Bureau. This is a great introduction for anyone interested in this aspect of the Census Bureau’s transformation to a data-centric organization. The video’s content […]

  • Postdoctoral Position in AI and Census Microdata

    Postdoctoral Position in AI and Census Microdata The College of Social and Behavioral Science at the University of Utah is seeking applicants for a Postdoctoral Research Associate with an interest in applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) to US Census data. AI is having far-reaching effects as it moves into everyday systems, such as healthcare, education, policy, […]

  • CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – PILOT PROJECTS: Texas Resource Center for Minority Aging Research

    Texas Resource Center for Minority Aging Research CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – PILOT PROJECTS University of Texas Medical Branch & University of Texas San Antonio Resource Center for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR) Supported by Grant Number P30 AG059301 from the National Institute on Aging/National Institutes of Health Request for Letter of Intent and Research Proposal Funding […]

  • U.S. Census Bureau Director Dr. Robert Santos Visit

    February 6 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm RSVP to Attend the Breakfast Presentation and/or Topical Discussion Sessions with US Census Bureau Director Dr. Robert Santos Dr. Rob Santos On February 6th, the Director of the Census Bureau, Dr. Rob Santos, will be visiting TAMU as part of his multi-day tour of Texas to build relationships with institutions that will […]

  • 2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference

    Abstract submissions are open for the 2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference, to be held in-person in Minneapolis, MN July 31-August The 2024 conference theme is Harnessing the Power of Linked Data to Study Aging. We are interested in a broad range of aging and life course processes and conceive of linking broadly – see the call for proposals.  […]

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    FSRDC Presentation Series: A Thematic Session on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Evidence from the Microdata

    Please join us Wednesday, January 31st from 1:00-2:00 PM EST for the next installment of the FSRDC Presentation Series.  We will hear results from three projects which focus on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. John Logan (Brown University): Locating Hispanic Americans, 1900-2020. Jiho Kim (Syracuse University): Collaboration as a Tool for Equity? Reducing […]

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    2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference: Abstract Submissions Now Open

    Conference Opportunity:   Abstract submissions are now open for the 2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference. The conference will be held July 31-August 1 in Minneapolis, MN. The Data-Intensive Research Conference is a collaboration of the University of Minnesota Life Course Center and IPUMS. The 2024 conference theme is Harnessing the Power of Linked Data to Study Aging. […]

  • Now Accepting Applications for the Emerging Technology Fellowship

     xD at the U.S. Census Bureau is now accepting applications for the Emerging Technology Fellowship – a fellowship for individuals with expertise in emerging data technology trends to drive innovation at the Census Bureau and other federal agencies. We’re looking for experts in data science, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), technical project management, data policy and […]

  • OPPORTUNITY for Pre- or Post-Doc Economics Researcher

    Join the Technology & PolicyResearch Initiative (TPRI) at Boston University in a leading-edge project on investments in R&D, software, and advertising using confidential microdata at the US Census. The position involves collaborating with James Bessen, Leo Sveikauskas (BLS), and other scholars on why relatively few firms invest in these intangibles, what that means for productivity and economic […]

  • The Federal Economic Statistics Committee Is Recruiting New Members

    Are you a user of Federal Economic Statistics? Do you want to: Recommend  research to address important technical problems arising in federal economic statistics? Identify areas in which better coordination of the agencies’ activities would be beneficial? Explore ways to enhance the agencies’ economic indicators to make them timelier, more accurate, and more specific to […]