Summer Workshop on Social Network Analysis - June 6-10, 2016


Registration is closed.

The 2016 LINKS Center workshop on social network analysis will be held June 6 through June 10, at the University of Kentucky. Registration opens March 30 and closes May 15 (actually May 16 as the 15th is a Sunday). 

The annual LINKS Center summer workshop provides training in social network analysis (SNA) at both beginner's and more advanced levels, across multiple social science disciplines. The workshop is taught by a team of instructors, including Filip Agneessens, Steve Borgatti, Dan Brass, Alan Daly, Rich DeJordy, Joe Ferrare, Eric Gladstone, Dan Halgin, Jeff Johnson, David Krackhardt, Joe Labianca, Ajay Mehra, Scott Soltis, and Tom Valente. In addition, a large number of very experienced TAs ensure that all participants can get individual attention. 

For a general overview of this year's offerings, please click on the sessions page. For a more detailed, day-by-day schedule, visit the schedule page. (But please note the mini-modules for this year are still tentative.)

New this year

Costs

The base cost for the 1-week workshop is $1,800, but students pay only half price, $900. Lunches are included. In addition, University of Kentucky faculty and students can attend for a special price, space permitting. Full refunds for cancellations can be obtained up until one week before the workshop. See the costs page for details.
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Announcements

  • Looking for a roommate? Contact Connie Blakemore and let her know. She will act as a clearing house to match people who are looking. As always, you can find contact info on our Contact ...
    Posted May 21, 2015, 12:17 PM by Steve Borgatti
  • Pre-arrival info Announcements  Rather than send mass emails, I will generally communicate with participants via this website, so please check the announcements page, and particularly the pre-arrival post (this page), which ...
    Posted May 11, 2016, 10:40 AM by Connie Blakemore
  • Recommended readings None of our workshops assume any readings, but if you want to get a head start on the material, click on one of the modules and you will find a ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2016, 8:19 AM by Steve Borgatti
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