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The UC Irvine School Social Sciences and UCI Humanities Center present

UCI Counts: The Importance of the Census 2020

Tuesday, March 31

12:00-1:00 p.m.

Live Zoom Discussion:

The U.S. Census, what is it? And why should it matter? Join the following expert panelists as they explore how individual contribution can create national impact:
  • Bill Maurer, Dean, School of Social Sciences and Professor, Anthropology, Law, and Criminology, Law and Society, UCI (Moderator)
  • Lynda Laughlin, Chief, Industry and Occupations Statistics Branch, Social, Economic, and Housing Statistics Division, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Mary Anne Foo, Executive Director, Orange County Asian and Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA)
  • Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, Director, Humanities Center and Professor, Asian American Studies, UCI School of Humanities
  • Kaaryn Gustafson, Director, Center on Law, Equality and Race, Professor, Law and Associate Dean, Academic Community Engagement, UCI School of Law
  • Matthew Freedman, Executive Director, California Census Research Data Center and Professor, Economics, UCI School of Social Sciences
This event will be recorded live via Zoom and is intended for public audiences. Join the Zoom to participate in the live discussion. Shortly after the event's close, the recording will be available at

For further information or questions, please contact Karissa Sorenson,

Learn more about the Census:

Sponsored by: UCI School of Social Sciences and Humanities Center, in partnership with ASUCI, Community and Government Relations, School of Social Ecology, Office of Inclusive Excellence, Social Science Academic Resource Center, Engage, School of Education, School of Humanities, Claire Trevor School of the Arts, The Center on Law, Equality and Race, and Associated Graduate Students