Welcome to the XXXIX Sunbelt Social Networks Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (INSNA).
Here are some conference-related information...  There are more on the Conference Website (you can download some helpful documents directly from the home page, under ’’Shared Files’’).
Network: Visiteurs UQAM User name: asunbelt2019 Password: DQ32fK23
EDUROAM is also available everywhere in all UQAM Buildings.
There is also a Public WIFI Network in Downtown Montréal: MTL-WIFI (see here for more details).
RESTAURANTS There is no lack of good restaurants and bars near the Conference venue and in Montréal globally. Download the pdf file for a few suggestions (under ’’Shared Files’’ on the website). 
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Katherine Faust

University of California, Irvine
Professor of sociology
Katherine Faust is a professor of sociology at the University of California, Irvine where she is also affiliated with the Institute for Mathematical Behavioral Sciences.  Her research has focused on comparing network patterns across different forms of social relations and animal species, developing methodology for characterizing local network structure (especially triads),  describing constraints on local network processes, and understanding relationships between social networks and demographic processes. She is co-author (with Stanley Wasserman) of Social Network Analysis: Methods and Applications (which is sometimes referred to as the “Bible” of social network analysis) and her findings have been published in Social Networksthe American Journal of SociologySociological Methodologythe Journal of Social Structurethe American Journal of Psychologythe Annual Review of Criminology, and the Journal of Royal Statistical Society, among other outlets. Her work has been supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health and National Consortium on Violence Research.

Faust earned her bachelor’s degree in anthropology from Pomona College and her doctorate and master’s in social science from UC Irvine. She held two-year National Institute of Mental Health postdoctoral fellowship in quantitative psychology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.  She was on the faculty in the sociology department at the University of South Carolina for thirteen years before returning to UC Irvine in 2001. She has held elected roles on the boards of the International Network for Social Network Analysis (serving terms as treasurer and as vice president) and American Sociological Association Section on Methodology and Section on Mathematical Sociology.   She co-edited Connections for several years and has served on the editorial boards of Social NetworksNetwork Science, and Sociological Methodology.

My Organizer Sessions

Thursday, June 20

18:00 EDT