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The University of Kentucky (UKY, UK, or Kentucky), formerly the State University, Lexington, Kentucky, and the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky (independent and at Kentucky University), offers the following Knowledge Management education and training opportunities:

Gatton College of Business and Economics > Department of Management 1)

Graduate Degrees/Programs

LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis 2)

  • PhD in Business Asministration / Management PhD Program (Concentrations: Social Networks in Business)
    PhD courses: MGT 780: Social Network Analysis, a Ph.D. level course; MGT 795: Social Networks and Organizations

Decision Science and Information Systems Area > Kentucky Initiative for Knowledge Management (KIKM)*

  • PhD in Business Asministration / Decision Science and Information Systems PhD Program (Concentration: Knowledge Management)**

Conferences

LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis 2)

  • Intra-Organizational Networks Conference (ION Conference)*

Workshops

LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis 2)

  • Summer Workshop on Social Network Analysis
    • 2021 Tracks: Introduction to Social Network Analysis; Intermediate Social Network Analysis (UCINET software); Intermediate Social Network Analysis (R software); Stochastic Models of Networks
    • 2020 Tracks: Introduction to Social Network Analysis; Intermediate Social Network Analysis; Stochastic Models of Networks
    • 2017-2018 Tracks: Introduction to Social Network Analysis; Analyzing Network Data; Intermediate Social Network Analysis; Egocentric network research; Stochastic Models
    • 2013-2016 Tracks: Introduction to Social Network Analysis; (Introduction to) Analyzing Network Data; Intermediate Social Network Analysis; Stochastic Models
    • 2012 Tracks: Introduction to Social Network Analysis; Analyzing Network Data; Advanced Social Network Analysis; Stochastic Network Models including ERGM & SIENA
    • 2011 Tracks: Introduction to Social Network Analysis; Advanced Social Network Analysis
  • LINKS Center Colloquium Series
    • Dec 2009: Applying social network analysis in national defense settings: Challenges and Misconceptions; The interplay between governance and capabilities in outsourcing knowledge work: The roles of professional, domain, and context-specific knowledge
    • Nov 2009: The co-evolution of instrumental and affective content in intraorganizational task-related networks: A theory of affective primacy
    • Jun 2009: Core/periphery structures in 2-mode networks
    • Feb 2009: Creative projects: A less-routine approach toward getting new things done
    • Jan 2009: Siena Workshop I; Siena Workshop II
    • Nov 2008: Careers and Social Capital; Thank You For Dissing Me: Positive Aspects of Negative Ties
    • Mar 2008: Simmelian Ties; Dormant Ties; The UVA Round Table
    • Jan 2008: Collective Mood Swings and Shifting Closeness: How Optimal Affect and Density Configurations Differ for Generating and Selecting Creative Ideas

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