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Lab Member Spiro Elected to ASA Position

Published on June 28, 2011 by

Lab member Emma Spiro was recently named the student representative to the American Sociological Association (ASA) Mathematical Sociology Section Council.

 
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Lab PI Butts to Present Workshops at 4th Annual Political Networks Conference

Published on June 21, 2011 by

Lab PI Butts will present two half-day workshops, on “Sampling and Network Inference” and “Modeling Networks with Missing Data,” at the 4th Annual Political Networks Conference and Workshops at the University of Michigan. The conference brings together those who study political networks from across a variety of disciplines. Both of Butts’ workshops take place on

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Lab member Almquist Wins Award at 4th Annual Political Networks Conference

Published on June 21, 2011 by

Lab member Zack Almquist won the Best Poster Award at the recently held 4th Annual Political Networks Conference in Ann Arbor, MI. His poster, “Contending Parties: A Logistic Choice Analysis of Inter and Intra-group Blog Citation Dynamics in the 2004 US Presidential Election,” was noted by the Award judging committee for its outstanding methodology.

 
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Lab PI Butts and Lab Member Marcum to Present at 3rd ARS Conference on Social Networks

Published on June 21, 2011 by

Lab members Carter Butts and Chris Marcum will be presenting a half-day workshop session on “Modeling Networks in R with statnet” at the upcoming ARS Third International Workshop on Social Networks in Naples, Italy. The workshop session will introduce attendees to the basics of exponential family models for social networks, and demonstrate the use the

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HEROIC Project Member Spiro Presents Research

Published on June 19, 2011 by

HEROIC project member Emma Spiro presented research at the 4th Annual Political Networks Conference. Spiro presented a poster entitled, “Rumoring in Extreme Events,” exploring rumoring about the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, including network structure among official government accounts occurring … Continue reading

 
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Lab Members to Present at 4th Annual Political Networks Conference

Published on June 14, 2011 by

Lab members Zack Almquist, Sean Fitzhugh, Lorien Jasny, Nicole Pierski, and Emma Spiro will present ongoing research at this week’s 4th Annual Political Networks Conference at the University of Michigan. Zack Almquist will present a poster, “Contending Parties: A Logistic Choice Analysis of Inter and Intra-group Blog Citation Dynamics in the 2004 US Presidential Election”

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Lab Member Almquist Receives Order of Merit Award

Published on June 8, 2011 by

Lab Member Zack Almquist was recently awarded the UCI’s Order of Merit A. Kimball Romney Award for his research paper, “Predicting Regional Self-identification from Spatial Network Models.”

 
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NCASD and Collaborators Announce Available Post-Doc Position

Published on June 5, 2011 by

Lab PI Butts and collaborators in UCI’s Department of Computer Science are offering a full-time post-doctoral scholar position in the area of statistical network analysis. Responsibilities will include conducting basic research on new statistical learning algorithms for modeling complex data sets, including text data, relational/network data, and temporal data. The successful candidate will work with

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Marcum Awarded Post-Doc Position at RAND

Published on June 2, 2011 by

Congratulations to lab member Chris Marcum, who has won and accepted a two-year post-doctoral at the National Institute of Aging at RAND. Marcum’s research interests include aging and the life course, and his dissertation research focuses on health and structural explanations of age differences in day-to-day social interaction.

 
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