Thursday, May 21, 2015 | Washington, D.C.
Visualized: Political Data is a one day conference focused entirely on exploring, analyzing, and visualizing political data, as well as discussing the potential impact of political data visualizations during the upcoming U.S. election year.
This event is curated by Visualized in partnership with the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management.
Stay tuned for more speakers to be announced soon.
Attendees can expect carefully-curated content that balances practical applications for visualizing political data and political communication theory -- with all eyes on 2016.
Technology will also be a large part of the discussion. We'll discuss new approaches and tools for gathering different types of data related to the elections as well as the most effective methods and platforms for displaying it.
9:00 Welcome to VISUALIZED: Political Data
hosted by Jonathan Schwabish
09:10 SESSION ONE
Jamie Chandler & Courtney Eimerman-Wallace
10:30 Break (30 minutes)
11:00 SESSION TWO
12:20 Lunch (60 minutes)
1:20 SESSION THREE
2:40 Break (30 minutes)
3:10 SESSION FOUR
Converging at the crossroads of political science, data visualization, and mass communications, this event is designed for those that play a role in presenting analytical political information, particularly those specializing in:
Attendees can expect the conference to be as entertaining as it is smart, engaging, and informative.
Students & Non-Profits: We have a limited number of free passes available through our fellowship program.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm (Registration starts 8:15 am)
The George Washington University, Jack Morton Auditorium
805 21st St. NW
Washington, DC 20052
The School of Media and Public Affairs is located in GW's Media and Public Affairs building at 805 21st St. NW (corner of H and 21st NW,) Suite 400, Washington D.C. 20052. The Jack Morton Auditorium is located on the ground floor of the Media and Public Affairs building.
On Wednesday, May 20, we will host several pre-conference workshops that focus on essential parts of the data visualization process. These 3-hour workshops will be available individually and independently of the conference, and do not represent the content of the main conference.
Seats for the workshops are very limited.WORKSHOP TICKETS