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Time Use Conference 2024

Sponsored by NICHD, MPRC, Minnesota Population Center, and the Maryland Time Use Laboratory

June 13-14, 2024
University of Maryland

Temporal Dimensions of Structural Racism and Racial and Ethnic Inequities

Time is a critical but under-researched aspect of racial and ethnic disparities in daily life, including social and public interactions, health and well-being. The focus of the 2024 University of Maryland (UMD) Time Use Conference will be using time use and well-being data to investigate temporal dimensions of racial and ethnic inequities and structural racism.

The 2024 UMD Time Use Conference will give members of the growing interdisciplinary time use research community the opportunity to interact and share ideas.


Conference Program

This is a hybrid in-person conference with an online component, meaning some attendees and presenters will participate by teleconference.

Registration for In-Person attendance

Our registration form is simple and short. If you plan to attend only part of a given day, please let us know as this helps with planning. There's a place to mention this on the form.

Register to attend in person

Registration for Online attendance

These links can also be found on the conference program page for each day. We recognize that In-Person attendance for both Speakers and Attendees is generally a more enriching experience and strongly encouraged. We also recognize that In-Person attendance is not possible in all situations and therefore we are providing an online option as well for those that find it necessary. Please register using the link for EACH DAY you plan to attend online.

Registration for Online Day 1 - Thursday, June 13th - 1:00 PM EDT to 5:30 PM EDT.
(Meeting ID: 999 4273 8025  Passcode: 615379.  Note that the reception will not be accessible via online link)

Registration for Online Day 2 - Friday, June 14th - 8:30 AM EDT to 1:30 PM EDT
(Meeting ID: 967 4864 7120  Passcode: 212033)

Conference Venue and Hotels

The Edward St. John Teaching and Learning Center Conference venue - including information and directions

Hotel information

See the Call for Papers