Jane S. & William J. White Professor of Behavioral Sciences
Office: 2-133, Frances Searle Building
Program Manager and SciTS Conference Manager
Latonia Trimuel provides administrative support including managing coordination and planning of upcoming Science of Team Science conference.
Visiting Research Scientist
Office: 1-459A, Frances Searle Building
Phone: 847-532-0625 / +31 (0)62-294-2630
Interests: Communication Networks, role of media in Communication and Information Dissemination networks, the impact of social media on communication strategies and network structures, integration of old and new media, multi-channel management, governmental service delivery and communication strategies, e-Government.
Postdoctoral fellows coordinate research projects, write papers, and guide research assistants.
Research assistants help staff and graduate students with their projects.
SONIC offers graduate students interested in social network analysis opportunities to be involved in a variety of projects, including studies of virtual worlds, team-assembly and collaboration, and community-based information and communication networks. Depending on the project, responsibilities include participating in and/or managing data collection, conducting analysis, and preparing reports and publications.
Undergraduate researchers assist SONIC’s graduate students in their research. They may also lead research projects of their own design with graduate student or faculty supervision.
Past SONIC Laboratory members that are now faculty, graduate students, or in industry.