May 5, 2021 from 10am-12pm (MST)


COVID-19 Impacts on a Fair and Accurate U.S. Census

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Dr. Jason Jurjevich is an Associate Professor of Practice in the School of Geography, Development & Environment at the University of Arizona. As a population geographer, his research interests are situated at the intersection of people and place, focusing on the socioeconomic, spatial, and political implications of demographic change. He has a particular interest in mobility and migration. See his website...

 

Since 2010, his work has been cited in numerous media outlets, including National Public Radio (NPR), Univision, CityLab, Governing Magazine, New York Times Magazine, Atlantic Cities, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.  His most recent project is Census 20/20, a website aimed at fostering community preparedness and inspiring individual action to support a fair and accurate census in 2020.