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A few additions to Barry's list of current and former students:
Nearing competion of her sociology PhD, Jing Shen
Sociology PhDs now faculty members: Liviana Calzavara, University of
Toronto (Public Health), David Tindall, University of British Columbia,
Susan Bastani (Tehran), Emi Ooka (Kwansei Gakuin, Japan),and Vincent Chua,
National University of Singapore.
Many former students from another discipline who took one of our graduate
network courses are now faculty members, so I will only list a few who
worked with us beyond the courses in some way.
PhDs from other departments for whom I was a PhD committee member and who
are now faculty: Cheryl Cott, University of Toronto (Physical Therapy),
Kai Lamertz (Management, Concordia), Catherine Johnson, Information and
Media Studies, University of Western Ontario. Marney Isaac, University of
Toronto (Forestry) took my network course and we co-authored.
Another scholar whose committee I was on is Jorge Aranda of Computer
Science, now doing a postdoc at the University of Victoria.
Sociology, U of T
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> Are available at both the undergraduate level and for graduate students.
> And it's one of the department of Sociology's core areas.
> The principal profs in the area are: Bonnie Erickson, Alexandra Marin,
> My guesstimate is that there about 10 graduate students in the area
> now, with 4 aiming to finish dissertations this year: Kristen
> Berg, Rochelle Cote, Jennifer Kayahara, Tracy Kennedy.
> Some network folks who've moved on include Keith Hampton (Annenberg),
> Bernie Hogan (Oxford), Dimitrina Dimitrova (York/Canada), Jeffrey Boase
> (Rutgers), Wenhong Chen (Texas), Emmanuel Koku (Drexel), Nancy Nazer (TD
> Bank VP), Scot Wortley (Crimn/Toronto).
> Some network students have also been at our Fac of Information. Currently
> Zack Hayat, with Kate Johnson, Anabel Quan-Haase, Caroline Haythornthwaite
> having gone on to higher things. (We co-directed their diss.)
> Barry Wellman
> S.D. Clark Professor of Sociology, FRSC NetLab Director
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