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National Neighborhood Data Archive (NaNDA)

National Neighborhood Data Archive

Want to Learn More about Neighborhood Data? Join Our NaNDA Summer Workshop!



Graphic Advertising NaNDA Worksop August 14th 2024

We are excited to announce the inaugural summer workshop hosted by the National Neighborhood Data Archive (NaNDA). NaNDA is a publicly available data archive containing measures of the physical, economic, demographic, and social environment at multiple levels of spatial scale (e.g., census tract, ZIP code tabulation area, county). Each NaNDA dataset covers all or most of the entire nation (including both rural and urban areas) and represents a set of measures on a single topic of interest, including socioeconomic disadvantage, healthcare, housing, partisanship, and public transit, with temporal coverage dating back to 1981. Come learn more about NaNDA and how it can be useful for your research.

Workshop Details:

Title: NaNDA Summer  Workshop
Date: August 14th
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Location: Institute for Social Research, Ann Arbor, MI
Registration Deadline: August 1

Highlights of the Workshop:

  • Expert-Led Sessions: Hear from key neighborhood researchers, including Kate Cagney, Philippa Clarke, and recipients of NaNDA’s 2023 Pilot Awards.
  • Interactive Activities: Learn more about NaNDA’s different datasets, understand key methodological issues, and gain insights in the use of neighborhood measures for research.
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with peers and experts to build valuable professional relationships with other neighborhood researchers.

Who Should Attend:

This workshop is ideal for researchers, graduate students, and faculty members interested in learning more about NaNDA and incorporating this valuable free resource into their research. Whether you are looking to discover more about NaNDA’s data sets, learn about neighborhood research for the first time, or improve your understanding of neighborhood research, this workshop offers something for everyone.

How to Register:

To register for the workshop, complete the registration form by August 1, 2024. Spaces are limited, so we encourage you to secure your spot as soon as possible.


Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided to all participants on the day of the workshop. Participants are expected to cover the costs of their travel to Ann Arbor. There are a limited number of travel scholarships available. Contact us for more information. Priority will be given based on need. 

For inquiries or further information, contact us at [email protected]. If you need accommodations or if you need materials in an alternate/accessible format, let us know.

We look forward to your participation and to helping you achieve your neighborhood research goals this summer.



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