3/20/19 Congratulations to our graduate students at F3S for organizing another great Annual Conference of the Social Sciences! The conference will be on March 23 at the UF Reitz Union (program). I’m happy to participate and teach a brief workshop on social network analysis at the conference.

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3/10/19 Honored and thankful to read enthusiastic reviews of our new book on personal network research by Barry Wellman, Claude Fischer, Mario Small, Ken Frank, Kayla de la Haye, Bernie Hogan, and Leslie Echols — some of the scholars who have taught me the most in sociology and social network analysis.

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1/7/19 I’ll give a talk on social network analysis in migration, health, and science studies for the One Health Talk Series on Tuesday, January 15.

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8/25/18 The journal club on Social Networks and Relational Sociology will start next week at the UF Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law: more information here.

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7/5/18 New article out: Integrating spatial and network data for community-based health research, with Jeanne-Marie Stacciarini and Liang Mao.

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6/3/18 Creative solutions to elusive data: a short article with Tom Smith for the UF Bureau of Economic and Business Research (post here).

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4/8/18 Registration is open for my workshop on ego-network analysis with R at the next INSNA international Sunbelt conference on social network analysis: more information here.

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1/13/18 Collecting Big Data on a small budget: a short article with Ryan Thomson for the UF Bureau of Economic and Business Research (post here).

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11/2/17 Can social networks explain and facilitate progress in HIV prevention? A new NIH-funded project with collaborators at the University of Miami aims to answer this question (post here).

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9/1/17 Identifying scientific communities at a research university analyzing longitudinal collaboration data: new article out on Plos One (post here).

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5/24/17 My next workshops on social network analysis with R: Autonomous University of Barcelona and Catholic University of Louvain (post here).