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Re: How about intermediate or advanced SNA courses?

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"Borgatti, Steve" <[log in to unmask]>

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Borgatti, Steve

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Tue, 18 Mar 2008 14:55:30 -0400

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***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org *****

Network aficionados,

In response to some recent discussion on SOCNET, I wanted to tell you about a set of workshops being offered at the University of Kentucky this summer (and in subsequent summers as well), under the auspices of the LINKS Center for network research (http://www.linkscenter.org/).

The webpage for the workshops is at http://linkscenter.org/workshops.htm

The 2008 schedule is as follows:

1 Elementary Graph Theory and Matrix Algebra Borgatti, DeJordy, Halgin 1 day June 2
2a Introduction to Social Network Analysis DeJordy & Halgin 3 day June 3-5
2b Advanced Social Network Analysis Borgatti 3 day June 3-5
3 Intra-Organizational Network Research Brass, Mehra & Labianca 1 day June 6

Workshop 1: Elementary Graph Theory and Matrix Algebra
Instructors: Steve Borgatti, Rich DeJordy, Dan Halgin
Dates: June 2
This is a 1-day workshop for those who would like to brush up on the mathematics underlying social network analysis. No prior knowledge of math is assumed, nor is this workshop a formal pre-requisite for the others. UCINET and Microsoft Excel software are used for calculations.

Workshop 2a: Introduction to Social Network Analysis
Instructors: Rich DeJordy & Dan Halgin
Dates: June 3-5
This is a 3-day workshop that introduces participants to the theory and methods of social network analysis. Participants are trained in the UCINET and NETDRAW software programs. The course is taught by Rich DeJordy and Dan Halgin (of University of Essex summer school fame).

Workshop 2b: Advanced Social Network Analysis
Instructors: Steve Borgatti
Dates: June 3-5
This is a 3-day workshop for participants who already have some experience with network analysis, but would like to learn (a) much more about the UCINET and NETDRAW (including powerful undocumented features), and (b) how to tackle thorny analysis issues, such as missing data, working with large datasets, and translating research questions to analysis procedures.

Workshop 3: Organizational Network Research
Instructors: Dan Brass, Ajay Mehra and Joe Labianca
Dates: June 6
This is a 1-day workshop on doing and publishing organizational network research. The workshop will cover current topics, issues, and theoretical frameworks in network research by organizational scholars, including issues of research design, access to research sites, negotiating IRB approval, use of survey methodology, and tips on successfully navigating the journal review process. The course is taught by Dan Brass (who recently retired from a 12 year stint as Associate Editor for ASQ) and Ajay Mehra (who is just some guy we found in the hall). Joe Labianca will not be present this year due to a scheduling conflict.

Costs
The week of workshops costs $500 for students and $1000 for all others. This is a flat fee covering all workshops (i.e., whether you attend one or three, the cost is the same). Participants are responsible for their own lodging, transportation, etc.

Contact
For more information, see the LINKS Center website at http://www.linkscenter.org or contact Steve Borgatti at [log in to unmask] In addition, information on the instructors is available here:

Steve Borgatti http://www.analytictech.com/borgatti/
Dan Brass http://networklinks.org/DBrass.html
Rich DeJordy http://www2.bc.edu/~dejordy/
Dan Halgin http://www2.bc.edu/~halgin/
Joe Labianca http://networklinks.org/JLabianca.html
Ajay Mehra http://www.ajaymehra.net/

Steve.


Steve Borgatti
Chellgren Chair and Professor of Management
LINKS Center for network research
Gatton School of Business and Economics
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40506 USA
Office Tel: +1 859-257-2257; Cell: +1 978 394 2787
Email: [log in to unmask], [log in to unmask]
Web: http://www.analytictech.com/borgatti



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jordi Comas <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 9:43 AM
Subject: How about intermediate or advanced SNA courses?
To: [log in to unmask]


***** To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org *****

I see the Essex summer program has an intermediate and advanced SNA course during the summer (http://www.essex.ac.uk/methods/courses/courselist08.shtm)

There is the CASOS summer instiute: http://www.casos.cs.cmu.edu/events/summer_institute/2008/

It looks like ICPSR does NOT have one this summer (that I could see on their schedule http://www.icpsr.umich.edu/sumprog/2008/schedule.html)

Anyone know of others?

Jordi

--
Jordi Comas
Assistant Professor (2008- )
Management
Bucknell University
570 577-3161
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