2018 Texas Demographic Conference - May 23 & 24, 2018 in Austin, Texas
Please join us in Austin where the program will focus on the demographic impacts of natural disasters, significant demographic trends, components of population change, and the road to 2020, year of the decennial census.
The Texas Demographic Conference provides opportunities to learn about and discuss demographic current issues, how and where to access and use demographic data, renew acquaintances and meet others who share your interests. Planners, policy and research analysts, consultants, academics, geographers and anyone who works with Texas demographic data will find participation informative and useful.
This annual conference is sponsored by the Texas Demographic Center (TDC), the lead agency in Texas for the Census Bureau State Data Center Network. Please check this page for updates.
Event Schedule & Agenda
Formal agenda to be announced soon.
Registration & Fees Information
||Early Bird (through March 15th)
||Regular (through May 1st)
||Late (after May 23rd)
|General 2 day Conference
|Day 1 only
|Day 2 only
|Student (2 day)
|Affiliate (2 day)
Pre-registration, before the workshop and conference dates is encouraged. Registration does not close for events unless the event fills to capacity.
However, late registrants may not receive conference materials until after the event, depending on attendance levels.
Registration confirmations will be e-mailed after completion of the online registration form and after online payment.
Event Facilities and Lodging
Crowne Plaza Austin
6121 North IH-35, Austin, Texas 78752
- The Crowne Plaza Austin is offering our registrants pre-reserved rooms at the state rate $135. Please note that you must register with the hotel by April 30, 2018 to receive this rate.
- Complimentary self-parking
- Complimentary wireless internet
Please use the following link to reserve a room at our group rate - 2018 Texas Demographic Conference
or call the hotel directly at 512-323-5466 and identify yourself as part of the TDC Group.
Questions or comments?