The 38th Annual State Demography Summit will be held virtually on Wednesday, October 28.
This one-day conference offers attendees the opportunity to learn about the most current population and economic conditions and forecasts for the state and its regions. These plenary sessions will not only cover the data and information but also discuss implications for planning, policy, business, and public services. Experts will provide a recap of the 2020 Census data collection and plans for Census Differential Privacy implementation, discuss impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic, and highlight State Demography Office tools for visualizing the impact of the pandemic on Colorado counties.
COVID-19 and Housing :: Rick M. Garcia
Where and Why is Colorado’s Current Population Changing? :: Nancy Gedeon
Economic Conditions Pre and Post COVID-19 – Implications Across the State :: Elizabeth Garner
Colorado Population Trends and the Impact of COVID-19 :: Cindy DeGroen
Growing Forward – What do the Trends and Conditions Mean for Colorado? :: Elizabeth Garner, Cindy DeGroen, Nancy Gedeon
SDO COVID-19 Maps and Data Tools :: Todd Bleess
Colorado’s public health response to a pandemic, and the direct and indirect impacts of COVID-19 :: Rachel Herlihy, MD, MPH and Kirk Bol, MSPH
Census 2020 Update, Differential Privacy, and What’s Next
Census 2020 Operations :: Adam Bickford
Differential Privacy :: Elizabeth Garner
6 hours of continuing education credits are available for Real Estate Appraisers and Real Estate Brokers through the Colorado Department of Regulatory Affairs. Please complete the Summit evaluation to apply for Continuing Education Credits.
Special note for members of the American Institute of City Planners (AICP): AICP members can claim attendance to the Summit as part of their continuing education activities.
Please contact Adam Bickford at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
The 37th Annual State Demography Summit was held on November 1st, 2019. Click here for video and presentations.