UNM's BBER presents 2017 Annual New Mexico Data Users Conference

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The Data Bank at the University of New Mexico's Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) invites you to register and attend its 19th Annual Data Users Conference on Thursday, Nov. 16, at the CNM Workforce Training Center.

The Annual Data Users Conference is New Mexico’s premier forum for both beginning and professional data users in the state and surrounding areas. It has become a valued learning experience for private businesses, government agencies, service organizations, information providers, researchers and students all across New Mexico.

The 19th Annual Data Users Conference is set for Thursday, Nov. 16.

This year’s conference will feature presentation topics including:

  • News From U.S. Census Bureau on 2020
  • NM Population Estimates and Projections (Robert Rhatigan of UNM Geospatial Population Studies on annual population estimates and projections for New Mexico)
  • The New Mexico Economy (BBER’s Director Jeff Mitchell will present a review of New Mexico's recent economic performance and a short-term economic outlook over lunch)

Breakout Sessions will cover more specific topics in small groups including:

  • Poverty Measures, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Economic Census, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Crime Analysis in Albuquerque
  • NM Tax Data
  • Happiness and Wellbeing Measures and Public Policy
  • Census Networking, U.S. Census Partnerships for 2020
  • Labor Market Information
  • Census Geography
  • Mapping Data 


  • Early-registration (until Nov. 2) is $65 per person
  • Pre-registration is $75
  • Registration the day of the conference is $85 

        * Registration includes conference materials, breakfast, beverage breaks and a buffet lunch.

For more information, a complete conference schedule, and registration, visit:  NM Data Users Conference, call the BBER Data Bank at: (505) 277-3038 or email Suzan Reagan, sreagan@unm.edu.

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