Date: May 18–20
Time: 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Location: Meyer library 10-B
Boost your research productivity this summer by taking a workshop on social network analysis! Social network analysis is a tool for examining relationships and behavior in social contexts (e.g., classrooms, prisons, churches, hospitals, businesses, etc.). You’ll be able to participate in this three-day workshop from home using web-conferencing. Once you register, the workshop facilitator Dr. Leslie Echols will send you an invite for how to join and participate in the workshop.
Missouri State employees can register through MyLearning Connection. Individual faculty can attend at no cost by using their non-credit fee waiver or the $150 MSU workshop fee can be paid by your department through a budget transfer to the FCTL. Community partners may register and pay through CashNet. Cost for community partners is $750/person.
For additional information or questions please contact the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning.