Date Time Room Speaker Title
September 17 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wean Hall 4220
October 1 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wean Hall 4220 D Filonuk, M Martin IRS preparers
October 15 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wean Hall 4220 Ghita Mezzour Modeling BW proliferation
October 29 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wean Hall 4220 Geoffrey Morgan Assessing the new Multi-Level Construct
November 12 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wean Hall 4220 Jon Storrick Over-time Visualizations and Other New Stuff
November 26 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wean Hall 4220 Will Frankenstein Dynamics in international relations
December 10 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Wean Hall 4220 Kenny Joseph A Dyadic Power Metric For Synchronous/Asynchronous Media Combinations

March 22nd, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Gates-Hillman Center 8102
Barbara Lawrence
"The Accumulation of Disadvantage: A Computational Model and Empirical Validation of the Impact of Perceptual Diffusion on Career Advancement"

March 29th, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Gates-Hillman Center 9115
Patrick Doreian "Partitioning signed two-mode networks"

April 12th, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Gates-Hillman Center 8102
Eric Xing "Time Varying Graphical Models: reverse engineering and analyzing evolving genetic and social networks"

April 26th, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Wean 4220
Andrew C. Thomas "Hierarchical Models for Relational Data"

May 24th, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Wean 4220
Claudia Muller-Birn "Testing the socio-technical congruence hypothesis in open collaboration using temporal network analysis"

August 23, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Wean Hall 4220
Pavel Krivitsky

September 20, 2010
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Wean Hall 4220
Yannis Kevrekidis Coarse-graining graph evolution dynamics

October 18 12:00 - 1:30 PM Wean Hall 4220 TBA

November 1 12:00 - 1:30 PM Wean Hall 4220 Carmine Bianchi

November 15 12:00 - 1:30 PM Wean Hall 4220 TBA

December 13 12:00 - 1:30 PM Wean Hall 4220 Cosma Shalizi

March 5, 2007
Louise Comfort University of Pittsburgh
" Using networks to explore responses to natural disasters"

February 20, 2003
Linda Caporeal

January 30, 2003
Jonathan Jaffee
CMU
" All That Glitters Is Not Gold: The Ecology of Educational Prestige in the Silicon Valley Corporate Legal Market, 1969-1998"

November 21,2002
Ravi Madhavan
University of Pittsburgh
TBA

October 24,2002
Marvin Lieberman
UCLA
" Why Do Firms Imitate Each Other?"

October 17,2002 (Sponsored by GO/CASOS)
Scott Field
Louisiana State University
" Systematic Properties of Placement Networks Among Training Organizations (NATOs): The Case of PhD Granting Sociology Departments"

May 2,2002(Sponsored by CASOS)
Duncan Watts
Columbia
TBA

April 25,2002(Sponsored by GO)
Jonathan Jaffee
GSIA
" All That Glitters Is Not Gold: The Ecology of Educational Prestige in the Silicon Valley Corporate Legal Market"

March 14,2002(Sponsored by GO)
Bob Drago
Penn State
TBA

March 7,2002(Sponsored by GO/CASOS/3Rivers)
Steve Borgatti
Boston College
" Formalizing community of practice theory"

February 28,2002(Sponsored by GO/CASOS)
Barry Wellman
University of Toronto
Living Networked in a Wired World

February 21,2002(Sponsored by GO/CASOS)
Rob Axtell
Brookings
TBA

December 6 2001(Sponsored by GO)
Andrea Hollingshead
University of Illinoise, Urbana Champaign
Expectations about expertise in transactive memory

May 3 2001(Sponsored by GO)
Coty Gonzalez
Carnegie Mellon University
Instance-Based Learning in Real-Time Dynamic Decision Making

March 22 2001(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Norbert Kerr
Dept of Psychology
Michigan State
Social exclusion and social control in social dilemmas

March 15 2001(Sponsored by GO)
Howard Aldrich
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Who Wants to be an Evolutionary Theorist?

December 14 2000(Sponsored by GO)
Don Moore
Carnegie Mellon University
The Psychology of Strategic Social Prediction
or
The Unexpected Benefits of Negotiating Under Pressure

December 7 2000(Sponsored by GO)
Benoit Morel
Carnegie Mellon University
Harnessing Complexity and the Creation of Wealth,
Power, and Knowledge in the 21st Century:
The Best Way to Prepare for Our Future
May Be to Better Understand Our Past

Nov 16 2000(Sponsored by GO)
Sandy Slaughter
GSIA CMU
Peer-to-Peer and Hierarchical Knowledge Transfer
The Case of Software Metrics

Nov 2 2000(Sponsored by GO)
Kathleen Blee
University of Pittsburgh
How Groups Organize Racism

October 26 2000(Sponsored by GO)

Paul Adler
University of Southern California
SOCIAL CAPITAL: PROSPECTS FOR A NEW CONCEPT

April 10,1997(Sponsored by GO)
Frits Pil
University of Pittsburgh
Country and Company Influences on Subsidiary Work Practices

April 3,1997(Sponsored by GO)
Arie Lewin
Duke University
New Organizational Forms

March 6,1997(Sponsored by GO)
John Prescott
Networks in Transition: How Industry Events (Re)Shape Interfirm Relationships"

February 27,1997(Sponsored by GO)
Jim Meindl
State University of New York at Buffalo
The Romance of Leadership Part II: Escape from Convention

January 30,1997(Sponsored by GO)
Deborah Grunfeld
Northwestern University.

December 12,1996(Sponsored by GO)
Richard Guzzo
University of Maryland.
When Reality and Theory Diverge: Risk and Decision Making in the Investment Industry

November 7,1996(Sponsored by GO)
Alex Stewart
Texas Tech University
Peter's Puppies: An Ethnographic, Network Study of Market Spanning and Input Completion in Entrepreneurship.

October 24,1996(Sponsored by GO)
Bob Sutton
Stanford University
BRAINSTORMING GROUPS IN CONTEXT:
EFFECTIVENESS IN A PRODUCT DESIGN FIRM

October 3,1996(Sponsored by GO)
Heather Haveman
Cornell University
The dynamics of domain overlap: effects on financial performance, growth, & failure."

May 9, 1996(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Rob Faulkner
Dept. of Sociology
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
" The Dynamics of the Corporate-Market Interface"

April 11, 1996(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Dick Moreland
LRDC
University of Pittsburgh
" Training People to Work in Groups."

March 14, 1996(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Leigh Thompson
Kellogg School
Northwestern University
Negotiation and Group Decision Making

January 18, 1996(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Dan Ilgen
Michigan State University
Decision Making in Hierarchical Teams with Distributed Expertise

December 7, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. John Van Maanen
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Trade Secrets of Doing Ethnography

November 9, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Mark Mizruchi
University of Michigan
Network Effects on Corporate Political Behavior:
Macro Evidence and a Micro Model

November 2, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Carsten de Dreu
Organizational Psychology
University of Groningen
The Netherlands
The negotiator as a pragmatic thinker: Cognitive heuristics, concession making and integrative agreements

October 26, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Daniel Feldman
University of S. Carolina
Emergent Career Patterns: Contingent Work, Underemployment, and Expatriation

October 19, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Joe Galaskiewisz
Dept. of Sociology
University of Minnesota
" Organizational Change in the Not-for-Profit Sector:
The Role that Strategy Plays"

Sept 21, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Linton C. Freeman
Institute of Mathematical Behavioral Science
School of Social Science
University of California, Irvine
" A Network Perspective on Social Inequality"

April 6, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Prof. Harrison White
Department of Sociology
Columbia University
" Where Do Languages Come From? Switching Talk"

March 16, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Prof. Reid Hastie
Psychology Department
University of Colorado
" The Exploration of Agenda and Information Distribution Effects on Small Group Decisions"

January 19, 1995(Sponsored by GO)
Prof. Dave Messick
Kellogg Graduate School of Business
Northwestern University
" Individual Heuristics and the Dynamics of Cooperation in Large Groups"

December 1, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Prof. Huseyin Leblebici
University of Illinoise
" Institutional Logic and the Exchange of Labor: Fee Structures in the Legal Profession"

November 17, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Prof. Michael Hogg
Psychology Dept.
Queensland University
Australia
" Cohesion and Groupthink: A self categorization analysis"

October 27, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Prof. Paul Ingram
Professor of Organizational Behavior
Graduate School of Industrial Administration
Carnegie Mellon University
" Seperating institutional theory and resource dependance:
The case of flexible work arrangements."

October 20, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Prof. Thomas DiPreet
Professor of Sociology
Duke University
" Institutions, Technical Change, and Diverging Life Chances:
Earnings Mobility in the U.S. and Germany."

October 6, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Shelby Stewman
Professor of Organizations
Carnegie Mellon University
" A Look at Equal Employment Opportunity by Gender over
a Quarter of a Century 1962-1988."

Sept 22, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Denise Rousseau
Professor of Organizational Behavior and Public Policy,
Carnegie Mellon University
" How psychological contracts create organizations"

April 28, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Nichole Biggart
Graduate School of Management
University of CA at Davis
EXPLAINING ASIAN ECONOMIC ORGANIZATION

April 14, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Susan Straus
Graduate School of Industrial Administration
Carnegie Mellon University
THE NEXT BEST THING TO BEING THERE? THE EFFECTS OF
VIDEO CONFERENCE, TELEPHONE, AND FACE-TO-FACE MEDIA ON EMPLOYEE
SELECTION AND RECRUITMENT

April 7, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Ron Burt
University of Chicago
ILLEGITIMATE ENTREPRENEURS: WOMEN AND YOUNGSTERS AT
THE TOP OF THE FIRM

March 24, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. George Huber
BUILDING ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE THEORIES USING RANKED
PROBABILITIES: THE CASE OF ADHOCRACIES

March 17, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Marilynn B. Brewer
EFFECTS OF CROSS-CATEGORIZATION AND INTERGROUP COOPERATION

February 3, 1994(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Mark Granovetter
THE SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION OF ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS

Thursday, December 9, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Steven Appold
H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management
Carnegie Mellon University
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND FIRM PERFORMANCE

December 2, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Robert Kraut
Dept of Social and Decision Sciences
Graduate School of Industrial Administration
and
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
MEDIA ATTRIBUTES AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

October 21, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Max Bazerman
Kellog Graduate School of Business
Northwestern University
FAIRNESS AND SOCIAL COMPARISON PROCESS

September 23, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Maureen Hallinan
Dept. of Sociology
Notre Dame University
THE STABILITY OF HIGH SCHOOL TRACKING

April 8, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Charles O'Reilly
Graduate School of Business
University of California Berkeley
THE DETERMINANTS OF CEO COMPENSATION:
ECONOMIC AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES

March 18, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. David Kenny
Department of Psychology
University of Connecticut
MEASURING MUTUAL INFLUENCE IN GROUPS

March 4, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Wayne Baker
University of Chicago
THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS OF PRICE FIXING CONSPIRICIES

February 25, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Jim Lincoln
University of Berkeley
'KIERETSU' AFFILIATION AND CORPORATE PERFORMANCE IN JAPAN

February 18, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Mary Ellen Kelley
Heinz
Carnegie Mellon University
THE DEFENSE INDUSTRIAL NETWORK: A LEGACY OF THE COLD WAR

February 4, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Doug Wholey
Dept. of Social and Decision Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
CONTRACTING FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES:
ORGANIZING MENTAL HEALTH CARE IN
HEALTH MAINENANCE ORGANIZATIONS

January 21, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Scott Poole
MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF COMPUTER-MEDIATED
GROUP DECISION MAKING PROCESSES

Tuesday January 12, 1993(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Steve Barley
Cornell University
THE NEW CRAFTS: THE
RISE OF THE TECHNICAL LABOR
FORCE AND ITS IMPLICATION FOR
THE ORGANIZATION OF WORK

November 12, 1992(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Laurie Weingart
Graduate School of Industrial Administration
Carnegie Mellon University
THE IMPACT OF CONSIDERATION OF ISSUES AND MOTIVATIONAL ORIENTATIONS ON

November 5, 1992(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Dominic Abrams
Institute of Social and Applied Psychology,
University of Kent, UK
SOCIAL IDENTITY, RELATIVE DEPRIVATION, AND COLLECTIVE PROTEST

October 15, 1992(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Robyn Dawes
Dept. of Social and Decision Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
THE BENEFIT OF OPTIONAL PLAY IN ANONYMOUS
ONE-SHOT PRISONER'S DILEMMA GAMES

April 16, 1992(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Lynn Smith-Lovin
University of Arizonia
TURN-TAKING AND INTERRUPTION IN GROUP DISCUSSIONS

April 2, 1992(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Kathleen Carley
Carnegie Mellon University
THE ARTIFICIAL ORGANIZATION PROJECT

December 12, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. John Freeman
Johnson School of Management
Cornell University
TECHNOLOGICAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE:
CO_EVOLUTION AND THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY

December 5, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. David Krackhardt
School of Urban and Policy Analysis
Carnegie Mellon University
THE GENETICS OF ALTRUISM AND THE DIFFUSION
OF INNOVATION IN ORGANIZATIONS

November 21, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Steve Klepper
Dept. of Social and Decision Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
THE MATURATION OF INDUSTRY AND THE DECLINE OF
COMPETITION AND PRODUCT INNOVATION

November 14, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Joseph McGrath
Dept. of Psychology
University of Illinois
DOING TIME! EIGHT TO TEN YEARS OF HARD LABOR
TOWARD A PSYCHOLOGY OF TIME

November 7, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Linda Argote
Graduate School of Industrial Administration
Carnegie Mellon University
ORGANIZATIONAL LEARNING

October 17, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Herbert A. Simon
Carnegie Mellon University
ORGANIZATIONS AND MARKETS

October 3, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Noah Friedkin
University of California Santa Barbara
AN UNEXPECTED VALUE MODEL OF SOCIAL EXCHANGE OUTCOMES

May 2, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Shelby Stewman
SUPA
Carnegie Mellon University
FLEXIBILITY IN ORGANIZATIONS VIA FLUIDITY IN ORGANIZATIONAL DEMOGRAPHY

April 25, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Thomas Palfrey
Dept of Economics
California Technological Institute
LEARNING IN GAMES:
SOME EXPERIMENTAL FINDINGS

March 21, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Thomas Schott
Dept of Sociology
University of Pittsburgh
CONDITIONS OF IMITATION AMONG ORGANIZATIONS:
COOPERATION AND COMPETITION

March 19, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Paul Fischbeck
Carnegie Mellon University
ORGANIZING AGAINST THE ODDS
THE CASE OF NASA AND THE TILES

February 28, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Norbert Kerr
Dept of Psychology
Michigan State University
COMPARING JUDGMENTAL BIASES IN GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS

Feb. 27, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. John Levine
University of Pittsburgh
THE PASSAGE OF INDIVIDUALS THROUGH GROUPS

Feb. 6, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Shyam Sunder
Graduate School of Industrial Administration
Carnegie Mellon University
ALLOCATIVE EFFICIENCY OF MARKETS WITH 0-INTELLIGENCE TRADERS:
MARKETS AS PARTIAL SUBSTITUTES FOR INDIVIDUAL RATIONALITY

January 24, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. Chet Insko
Dept of Psychology
University of North Carolina
INDIVIDUAL VERSUS INTERGROUP DISCONTINUITY:
THE GROUP MIND REVISITED

January 23, 1991(Sponsored by GO)
Dr. David Wilder
Rutgers College -- New Brunswick, NJ
THE ROLE OF ANXIETY IN STEREOTYPING

November 8, 1990(Sponsored by GO)
Sara Kiesler
Dept of Social and Decision Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
CORE vs PERIPHERAL MEMBERS OF GROUPS AND ORGANIZATIONS:
DIFFERENTIAL BENEFITS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

Oct 11, 1990(Sponsored by GO)
Miller McPhereson
Dept of Sociology
University of Arizonia
BLAU SPACE

Sept 27, 1990(Sponsored by GO)
Doug Wholey
Dept of Social and Decision Sciences
Carnegie Mellon University
IS BIGGER BETTER? ORGANIZATIONAL SIZE AND EXIT