11/29/19 Detecting and modeling personal network overlap: new article out in Sociological Methods & Research.

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11/20/19 A network intervention for scientific collaboration and productivity: new article out in Social Networks.

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11/4/19 Structure in personal networks: new article out in Network Science.

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9/1/19 Congratulations to Tom Smith for being awarded a Graduate Student Fellowship by the UF Informatics Institute for his research on criminal behavior and social support.

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8/20/19 Congratulations to Till Krenz for receiving a UF Informatics Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship to do research and software development on social determinants of scientific productivity and impact.

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8/1/19 Happy to be at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association (New York, August 10-13) to present our research on social networks and health among immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area; and at the 2019 Conference of the European Sociological Association (Manchester, UK, August 10-23) to present a new survey study on social support in the Roma immigrant community in France.

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7/15/19 Congratulations to David Cañarte for being awarded a Leonardo Fellowship by the UF One Health Center of Excellence to research migration and health disparities in the US and Europe.

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5/5/19 Registrations are open for my next two workshops on egocentric network analysis with R at the XXXIX INSNA Sunbelt (June 18-23 in Montreal, Canada) and at the 10th Barcelona Summer Course on Personal Networks (July 1-5 at the Autonomous University of Barcelona).

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4/16/19 Happy and grateful to receive the UF Center for European Studies (CES) Course Enhancement Award to teach about migration in Europe at the University of Florida, and the CES Faculty Travel Grant to present findings from research on Roma migration to France with David Cañarte and Tommaso Vitale.

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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.