Profiles in "Social Networks" Expertise Area

  • Ruth's research focuses on structural inequalities faced by historically underserved students within the United States and how those individuals overcome obstacles for upward social mobility.
  • Peeples is an archaeologist whose work focuses on regional synthesis and the application of network science methods and models to archaeological data, primarily in the U.S. Southwest and Mexican Northwest.
  • Barton is a complex systems scientist who combines anthropology, archaeology, earth science, and information technologies to study long-term dynamics and interactions of people and landscapes in the Anthropocene.
  • Zhu studies strategic decision making of top executives and entrepreneurs, DEI in the upper echelons, innovation, digitalization, corporate governance, and corporate strategy. He also studies corporate elite networks and resource exchange networks.
  • Corman is the director of the Center for Strategic Communication and researcher in strategic communication, counterterrorism, organizational communication, narrative, framing, text analysis, and networks.
  • Gravel-Miguel's research interests are centered around prehistoric human-environment interactions. She approaches archaeological questions using interdisciplinary methods including statistics, GIS, and Agent-Based Models.
  • Halavais helps people to discover ways in which social media change the nature of scholarship and learning, and allow for new forms of collaboration and self-government. He directs the master's program in social technologies.
  • DeLay's research focus is on child and adolescent peer relationships. Key themes include how peer relationships impact child and adolescent adjustment and well-being.
  • Eric W. Welch is a professor in the School of Public Affairs, director of the Center for Science, Technology and Environmental Policy Studies (C-STEPS) at ASU.