Of Growth and Globalisation

Latin America wants to rejoin the world. Will the world reciprocate?

Some countries in Latin America, especially those on the Pacific seaboard, like Mexico, Chile and Peru, never turned their backs on globalization. Others did. Boosted by record prices for their commodity exports, they turned inward and subjected their economies to state controls, repeating on a smaller scale the model that failed the region in the 1970s.… Read the rest

SONIC PhD student Marlon Twyman will present at the OCMC 2016

The 2016 Organizational Communication Mini-Conference (OCMC) is hosted by the Department of Communication Studies at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL.

http://ocmc2016.soc.northwestern.edu

SONIC graduate student Marlon Twyman will give a presentation about his current research.

The purpose of the OCMC is to feature and support graduate students pursuing research about organizational communication.… Read the rest

Runner-up: “Best Student Paper” Award

Congratulations to a SONIC graduate student Marlon Twyman who received a Runner-up: “Best Student Paper” Award at the INGRoup 2016 conference for this presentation:

Marlon Twyman, Dan Newman, Leslie DeChurch, and Noshir Contractor. The Ties that Form Teams: Self-Organization, Homophily, and Multiplexity.… Read the rest

SONIC and NU-Delta members presented at the INGRoup conference on July 14-16 in Helsinki, Finland

SONIC and NU-Delta members presented at the INGRoup conference on July 14-16 in Helsinki, Finland.

Abstracts for posters and presentations are listed below the schedule.

 

INGROUP2016 presentationsLG

 

Gender Composition Affects Females Experience of Working in Science Teams

Ashley Niler, Raquel Asencio, Leslie DeChurch, Brian Uzzi, Noshir Contractor

Success in scientific fields hinges on effective collaboration.… Read the rest