Thursday, November 13th, 2014 - 7:45 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
CNM Workforce Training Center
5600 Eagle Rock Ave. NE, Albuquerque (Google map)

The Annual Data Users Conference is New Mexico's premier forum for both beginning and professional data users in the state.

This year's conference will feature 3 unique breakout paths that center on business, healthcare, and the U.S. Census. Various researchers, labor force experts, health data professionals, UNM and state agency personnel, and Census representatives will present topics that range from basic Census skills to occupation projections, accessing health data, and using resource Geographic Information Systems mapping.

Here is an early preview of some of the speakers:

  • Pauline Nunez, U.S. Census Bureau - Denver Regional Office
  • Andy Hait, U.S. Census Bureau - Data Product and Data User Liaison, Economic Planning & Coordination Division
  • Dr. Lois M. Haggard, NM Department of Health
  • Dr. Jeff Mitchell, UNM - Bureau of Business and Economic Research
  • Dr. Jack Baker, UNM - Geospatial and Population Studies
  • Bob Richards, NM Department of Workforce Solutions
  • Michelle Doran, NM Department of Workforce Solutions
  • Dr. Doleswar Bhandari, UNM - Bureau of Business and Economic Research
  • Laura Gleasner, UNM - Earth Data Analysis Center

BBER is working with the Albuquerque Small Business Development Center to move the conference to a new location this year. The conference will be at the CNM Workforce Training Center, which is just off of I-25. Take the Alameda exit and head west to San Mateo Blvd., turning north to Eagle Rock Avenue (Google map). This venue will allow us to try a few breakouts in a hands-on computer lab.

Registration fee is $55 per person and includes all materials, continental breakfast, beverage breaks and lunch. Registration can be accomplished by completing the UNM Marketplace Credit Card System. Additionally, a hard copy registration which can be mailed or faxed will be available in the near future.

Draft Agenda

Plan on attending a data-filled day!

From last year:

Download the 2013 conference presentations.