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Cornell Program on Applied Demographics

New York profiles

Collections of recent demographic, social, economic and agricultural data

  • County profiles:
    Select and click on a county below for a collection of recent demographic, social, economic and agricultural County-level data
  • Sub County profiles:
    Select and click on a county below for a collection of recent demographic, social, economic data for the cities, towns and incorporated villages in that county (except the New York boroughs)
  • American Indian profile:
    Select and click below for a collection of recent demographic, social, economic data for the American Indian and Alaska Native population in New York State and for each of the American Indian Areas
  • Webinars:
    Select for a series of webinars organized by Cornell Cooperative Extensions called "Understanding and Using Socio-Economic Demographics" around the release of these profiles
  • County profiles
  • Sub County profiles
  • American Indian profile
  • Webinars
County Population and Economic Characteristics (Part I of III: Understanding and Using Socio-Economic Demographics)

Presented by: Joe Francis and Jan Vink, Program on Applied Demographics
Friday, January 18, 2013 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Following the 1970, 1980 and 1990 Census of Population and Housing, the Department of Development Sociology (Rural Sociology then) produced a series of booklets, one for each county, in which selected key population and housing statistics were compiled along with some interpretive text. These booklets and materials were quite widely sought and used. The Program on Applied Demographics (PAD) has been commissioned by CCE Administration to produce profiles containing key population, housing and economic information for each county.
The training will use the profile developed for Genesee County to highlight the information, the data sources, and interpretation of the numerous charts and diagrams.

Resources:
- County Profiles Presentation Handout

Accessing & Interpreting Demographic Data (Part II of III: Understanding and Using Socio-Economic Demographics)

Presented by: Robin Blakely-Armitage, CaRDI
Friday, February 22, 2013 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

This session builds on the prior one with a focus on accessing and interpreting demographic and socio-economic data for communities and regions. Participants will be introduced to three valuable on-line data resources, with an emphasis on how to examine data over time, across geographies, and how to reach statistically sound conclusions about patterns and trends. This session is critical for those seeking additional socio-demographic data for a variety of community development purposes.

Resources:
- Accessing and Interpreting Demographic Data Presentation Handout

Grant Writing (Part III of III: Understanding and Using Socio-Economic Demographics)

Presented by: Heidi Mouillesseaux-Kunzman, CaRDI
Friday March 15, 2013 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Finding, procuring, using, and reporting on the use of grant funds can be thought of as different stages of a single process, one which often requires the use of socio-economic data throughout. In this class we will build on the first two sessions in this series by considering the importance of data as we talk about strategies for (1) finding sources of funding, (2) writing a strong grant application, and (3) evaluating a grant-funded project.

Resources:
- Grant Writing and Demographic Information Presentation Handout
- CCE Staff site with grant writing resources