Today we released the final report in a series of three research highlights on the bombing and other events in Boston, MA earlier this month. In this third report we discuss the content of Twitter messages and the warnings/advisories that … Continue reading →
Team members Ben Gibson and Emma Spiro will head to Hamburg, Germany next week to present preliminary findings from HEROIC projects at Sunbelt XXXIII. The annual conference is sponsored by the International Network for Social Network Analysis. Gibson will speak on recent … Continue reading →
NCASD lab member Emma Spiro has accepted a tenure track assistant professor position at the University of Washington Information School starting Fall 2013. Congratulations, Emma!
The HEROIC team has released a second online research highlight that focuses on Twitter activity during the recent events in Boston, MA. This second report explores relational and conversational aspects of messages posted by official government accounts during the event. … Continue reading →
In recent work the HEROIC team examines the behavior of government organizations during the recent bombing at the Boston Marathon. In particular the team looks at the drastic increase in followers that these government accounts experienced during the week of … Continue reading →
Lab member Zack Almquist has been awarded the Mathematical Sociology Outstanding Dissertation in Progress Award from the American Sociological Association’s Section on Mathematical Sociology for… Read More »Almquist Awarded the Mathematical Sociology Outstanding Dissertation in Progress Award
Lab member Zack Almquist gave a talk, “US Census Spatial and Demographic Data in R with Applications to Spatially Embedded Social Networks,” in the Center… Read More »Almquist Speaks at Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology Seminar Series
Lab member Zack Almquist has accepted a tenure track assistant professor position joint in the Department of Sociology and the School of Statistics at the… Read More »Almquist Accepts Position at University of Minnesota