Upcoming Events

Webinar: Accessing NHGIS Data in R

Mar 5, 2024

1:00pm-2:00pm CT
Recent updates to the ipumsr package allow you programmatically interact with IPUMS NHGIS, supporting the flexible and reproducible workflows foundational to replicable research. You can browse metadata; create, submit, and download extracts; and load data into R. To learn about using ipumsr to access NHGIS data, we invite you to attend our webinar on Tuesday, March 5, from 1pm to 2pm CT. Registration is required.

Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH)

Mar 7, 2024 to Mar 10, 2024
Los Angeles, CA

IPUMS will be exhibiting and presenting a Satellite Session at the CUGH 2024 conference. CUGH attendees are invited to attend our Satellite Session, Free IPUMS Survey and Census Data for International Health Research, on Thursday, March 7 from 8:00am-12:00pm. Registration for the workshop is free, but pre-registration is required.

2024 National Planning Conference

Apr 13, 2024 to Apr 16, 2024
Minneapolis, MN

IPUMS will be exhibiting at the American Planning Association's 2024 National Planning Conference in Minneapolis, MN. Stop by booth 420 and talk data to us.

Population Association of America Annual Meeting (PAA)

Apr 17, 2024 to Apr 20, 2024
Columbus, OH

IPUMS is exhibiting at the PAA 2024 Annual Meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Stop by our booth and talk data to us.

Virtual Office Hours

Apr 24, 2024

10:00am-11:30am CT
Join us for virtual office hours on Wednesday, April 24 to chat with IPUMS data experts about your questions. Registration is required to attend virtual office hours, but you can drop in any time between 10:00am and 11:30am CT with your questions for the researchers that make IPUMS possible.

2024 Time Use Data for Health and Well-Being Summer Workshop

Jun 12, 2024
College Park, MD

The 2024 Time Use Data for Health and Well-being Summer Workshop application form is now available and is due Monday, February 19, 2024, 11:59 PM EST. The workshop will be held in-person on Wednesday, June 12, 2024. Some support for travel costs will be covered for successful applicants.

The workshop aims to promote awareness of and expertise in the IPUMS Time Use data archive, particularly use of American Time Use Survey (ATUS) and Well-being Module data, to investigate ethnoracial, gender, and sexuality population-level health inequities across the life course. IPUMS Time Use offers free, harmonized time diary data from the U.S. and around the world. These data facilitate comparative research and analysis of individuals within family contexts.

Applicants should have basic quantitative data analysis skills. About 20 applicants will be selected.

University of Maryland Time Use Conference

Jun 13, 2024 to Jun 14, 2024
College Park, MD

The 2024 University of Maryland Time Use Conference theme is Temporal Dimensions of Structural Racism and Racial and Ethnic Inequities. We welcome abstract submissions on (a) innovative data, measures, and analyses of daily time use and structural racism; (b) intersectional and critical analyses of racial and ethnic time-related inequities before, during, and after the COVID-19 pandemic; and (c) racial and ethnic disparities in time use, health, and well-being across the life span. Abstract submissions are due February 19.

Data-Intensive Research Conference Pre-Conference Workshop

Jul 29, 2024 to Jul 30, 2024
Minneapolis, MN

This workshop is designed to familiarize participants with two specific population data resources from IPUMS related to the conference theme of Harnessing the Power of Linked Data to Study Aging. The workshop will include an overview of IPUMS data and their suitability for studying aging and the life course, and then participants will be separated into two tracks focused on linking with IPUMS full count data or data linkages with IPUMS MEPS. Learn more about the workshop and how to apply. Applications are due April 24, 2024.

2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference

Jul 31, 2024 to Aug 1, 2024
Minneapolis, MN & Online

Harnessing the Power of Linked Data to Study Aging

The Network for Data-Intensive Research on Aging (NDIRA), a collaboration between IPUMS and the University of Minnesota Life Course Center, is proud to sponsor the 2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference. The 2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference will showcase research that leverage large-scale linked population data to examine aging and life course processes in the U.S. and global contexts. The event will be hosted in Minneapolis, MN at IPUMS HQ.