SUMMER COURSE ON SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS IN SINGAPORE
JUNE 19-30, 2017
This summer I will be teaching a two-week course on network analysis in Singapore, as part of the annual Summer Methods School run by the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the International Political Science Association (IPSA). The first week of the course is focused on data management and descriptive network analysis, and the second week is focused on models of random graphs and statistical inferences involving networks. More information about topics covered in the course (as well as other courses being offered) may be found here:
Of note, the school runs from June 19th to 30th, and the early registration deadline for the summer school is March 31st. The fees make this school a great value, even factoring in the travel costs for participants not based in Asia.
Adam Douglas Henry
School of Government and Public Policy
University of Arizona