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There is still time to register! Network Analysis Training at the ICPSR Summer Program
There are still seats available in the ICPSR Summer Program’s introductory and advanced network analysis workshops. These workshops are open to any interested faculty, students, or staff. Please note that we’re offering a special package deal—more than 25% off your registration fees—if you register for both workshops. Please share this announcement with members of your department.
Network analysis is an increasingly used method for describing and modeling relationships between people, groups, agencies, businesses, organizations, nations, or other units of interest. Network analysis is used widely in the social and behavioral sciences, as well as in the health sciences, communications, literature, history, business management, animal behavior, linguistics, and biology. Network analysis can be applied to an array of topics across a wide range of academic disciplines and practical research areas. It has been used to analyze: social media communications; political campaigns; disease transmissions; personal relationship interactions; business partnerships; political connections among individuals, groups, and institutions; sociolinguistic variation; regional and international alliances; and private marketing strategies.
The ICPSR Summer Program is offering two upcoming workshops for anyone interested in learning more about network analysis:
Network Analysis: An Introduction
May 8-12, 2017 | 9 a.m.–5 p.m. | Ann Arbor, Michigan
Instructor: Ann McCranie (Indiana University)
Network Analysis: Statistical Approaches
May 15-19, 2017 | 9 a.m.–5 p.m. | Ann Arbor, Michigan
Instructor: John Skvoretz (University of South Florida)
You can register for one or both workshops. The registration fee for each workshop is $1,700 fro scholars from ICPSR member institutions. Register for both workshops, and the total member registration fee is only $2,500 (that's more than 25% off!). Registration for each workshop will remain open until 9 a.m. on the first day of that workshop.
John Skvoretz, Distinguished University Professor of Sociology, AAAS Fellow
Carolina Distinguished Professor Emeritus
Department of Sociology
University of South Florida
4202 E Fowler Ave, CPR 107
Tampa, FL USA 33620-5550