2/3/20 Social network methods for migration studies: our IMISCOE workshop proposal was accepted for the 17th IMISCOE Annual Conference in Luxembourg (June 30 – July 2, 2020). Organized with Başak Bilecen, the workshop will bring together an international and multi-disciplinary group of participants from across Europe and the US, including Janine Dahinden, Renata Hosnedlova, Miranda Lubbers, José Luis Molina, Gülcan Önel, Louise Ryan, Giacomo Solano, Ashton Verdery, and Tommaso Vitale.

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1/16/20 R for the Social Sciences: a new workshop by UF Carpentries Club will be held at the University of Florida on February 10-11, 2020. More information here and here.

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12/18/19 Social network research for migration studies: submit your abstract for our organized session at Sunbelt 2020 (Paris, June 2-7, 2020) — deadline January 31, 2020. With Başak Bilecen, Marian-Gabriel Hâncean, Renáta Hosnedlová and Tommaso Vitale.

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12/15/19 Network analysis and the Science of Science: submit your abstract for our organized session at Sunbelt 2020 (Paris, June 2-7, 2020) — deadline January 31, 2020. With Aliakbar Akbaritabar, Christopher McCarty and Flaminio Squazzoni.

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12/5/19 My next workshop on egocentric network analysis with R is scheduled for INSNA Sunbelt 2020 in Paris (June 2-7, 2020).

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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.