University Place Hotel 310 SW Lincoln St Portland, OR 97201The program will start with two days of workshops (June 17–18) covering introductory and advanced topics in network analysis with applications to political science. These workshops are organized by the Political Networks section of the American Political Science Association and sponsored in large part by the National Science Foundation; the conference is sponsored in large part by the Twohy-Benezet Memorial Lecture Fund at Reed College.
The opening plenary and reception for the conference will take place the evening of June 18; panels, poster sessions, and plenaries will run through late afternoon on June 20.
Conference administrators: Jolie Griffin, Reed College and Sarah Orizaga, Portland State University
Training Chair: Skyler Cranmer, Ohio State University
Program: The program has been updated to reflect the final panels and posters (2015-06-10). The print version is also available.
Call for papers: The call for papers and posters has now closed. Acceptances were sent April 1–2; if you have not received notification, please check your spam folder.
Fellowship application: The acceptance period for travel fellowship applications has now closed. Acceptances were sent March 31; if you have not received notification, please check your spam folder.
Accommodations: To make reservations call +1 503-221-0140 or +1 866-845-4647 and ask for the "2015 Political Networks Conference" room rate. May 15th was the last day you can reserve a room under this room rate.
If you have any questions or concerns about the event or the venue, please feel free to contact the host committee.
April 27 - Early Registration ends
May 15 - Last day to reserve hotel room
June 9 - Last day to register