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«Dr. David S. Hachen Jr. July 2015 Associate Professor Phone: (574) 631-5745 Department of Sociology Fax: (574) 631-9238 University of Notre Dame ...»

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Dr. David S. Hachen Jr. July 2015

Associate Professor Phone: (574) 631-5745

Department of Sociology Fax: (574) 631-9238

University of Notre Dame http://www.nd.edu/~dhachen

Notre Dame, IN 46556 dhachen@nd.edu

Co-Director, iCeNSA

Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Phone: (574) 631-7095 Applications http://www.icensa.nd.edu University of Notre Dame Education 1974 B.A. – Political Science and Philosophy Lake Forest College 1978 MA. – Philosophy University of Wisconsin-Madison 1983 Ph.D. – Sociology University of Wisconsin-Madison Professional Experience 1993 – present Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Notre Dame 1988 – 1993 Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Notre Dame 1987 – 1988 Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Notre Dame 1983 – 1987 Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Washington Research Areas Social Networks, Research Methods and Statistics, Labor Markets, Social Stratification and Mobility, Organizations, Work and Occupations Awards and Honors National Academies Keck Futures Initiative: Invited Participant 2012 Grants NetHealth: Modeling the Co-Evolution of Social Networks and Health Behaviors”, NIH- NHLBI, 2014-2108, 2014-2018 ($2,913,061) “Center for Sustainability Data Research Initiative – Notre Dame” (lead PI Aimee Buccallato), Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame, Sustainable Energy Initiative, 2013 ($29,800) “Center for Sustainability Data Research Initiative – Notre Dame,” Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts at Notre Dame, 2013 ($2,500).

“Using Smart Devices to Capture the Emotionality of Offline Communication” (lead PI), National Academies Keck Futures Initiative, 2013-2015 ($100,000).

“MRI: Acquisition of a Data Analytics Cluster for Computational Social Science” (lead PI Jaroslaw Nabrzyski), National Science Foundation, MRI, 2012-14 ($451,839).

1­DH    “Explorations on the Effects of Pervasive Networking on Social Relationships and Resource Planning” (co-PI with Aaron Streigel, Omar Lizardo and Chris Poellabauer), National Science Foundation, Social-Computing Systems (SoCS), 2010-2013 ($748,825) “Network Science Collaborative Technology Alliance” (co-PI with Zoltan Toroczka, Omar Lizardo, Nitesh Chawla), Army Research Lab, 2009-2010 ($350,000).

“Open Sourcing the Design of Civil Infrastructure (OSD-CI)” (with Tracy L Kijewski-Correa, Ahsan Kareem, Gregory Madey,Douglas Thain), National Science Foundation, Cyber-Enabled Discovery and Innovation, 2009-2013 ($1,537,180).

“Social Networks Distinguished Lecture Series” (with Omar Lizardo), ISLA, University of Notre Dame, 2009-10 ($15,000).

“Longitudinal Analysis and Modeling of Large-Scale Social Networks Based on Cell Phone Records” (co-PI with Zoltan Toroczka, Omar Lizardo, Nitesh Chawla and Mark Alber), National Science Foundation, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences, HSD – Dynamics of Human Behavior, 2008-2011 ($699,770) “Integrated Wireless Phone Based Emergency Response System” (co-PI with Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, PI, and Gregory R. Madey, co-PI). National Science Foundation, Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems, 2006-2009 ($500,000).

“Pilot Study in the Michiana Area of Temporary Help and Staffing Agencies.” Pilot Fund for Social Science Research, University of Notre Dame, 2006 ($11,427) “Organizational Determinants of the Gender Gap in Evaluative Ratings in the Uruguayan State.” (with Ana L. Rodriguez-Gusta). National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, 1999-2000 ($7,410) “Piecing Together Employment: A Study of Multiple Job Holding” (with Naomi Cassirer). Summer Graduate Research Fellowship in Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame, 1999 ($5,000) “Social Networks and Labor Market Mobility.” (with Michael Davern). National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, 1997-1998 ($4,425) “Sociology in Action: Making Connections.” New Course Preparation Grant, 1996.

Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, University of Notre Dame ($3,500).

"Life Course Transitions: Their Changing Character and Policy Implications." Henkel Visiting Scholar Series, University of Notre Dame, 1994-1995 ($5,540 for program) "Revision of Course 'Today's Organizations.'" Lilly Teaching Fellowship, Lilly Endowment, Inc. and University of Notre Dame, 1992-1993. ($2,500 and course reduction) "Comparative Job Mobility." Faculty Summer Research Stipend, Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, University of Notre Dame, Summer 1991 ($2,500) "Revision of Course "Research Methods." Course Development Grant, Hesburgh Program in Public Service, University of Notre Dame, Summer 1989 ($1,000)

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Papers and Presentations “The Life of a Tie: Formation, Persistence, and Development of Social Ties in a College Student Cohort.” June 2015. International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2), Helsinki, Finland (co-authored with Omar Lizardo, Michael Penta, Brandon Sepulvado, and Matthew Chandler).

“Emotionality and Social Networks.” August 2014. NAKFI Informed Brain in a Digital

-​ World Mid​ycle Grant Meeting, Chicago, IL (co-authored with Jeffrey Liew, Omar C Lizardo, Aaron Striegel) 4­DH    “Dynamic Ego Networks.” June 2014, NetSci’14 Symposium: Temporal Networks, Human Dynamics and Social Physics, Berkeley, CA (co-authored with Lizardo, Penta, Sepulvado and Workman).





“Growth, Stability, Change and Inequality in Dynamic Ego Networks.” February 2014, International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, FL (co-authored with Lizardo, Penta, Sepulvado and Workman) “Growth, Stability, Change and Inequality in Dynamic Ego Networks.” October 2013, Indiana University-Bloomington, Social-Psychology Colloquium.

“Virtual Communities.” Sustainable Data Community Forum, July 2013, Chicago, IL (with Tracy Kijewski-Correa) “The Effects of Individual Traits on the Formation of Social Networks Among First-Year College Students.” NSF SoCS PI Meeting, June 2013, Seattle, WA (with Omar Lizardo) “The Effects of Individual Traits on the Formation of Social Networks Among First-Year College Students.” NetSci 2013, June 2013, Copenhagen, DK (with Omar Lizardo) ​ “​eighted reciprocity in human communication networks.”​merican Sociological W A Association Meetings, Denver, CO, August 2012 (co-authored with Wang, Strathman, Lizardo, Toroczkai, and Chawla) “D-Work: Controlling Distributed, Volunteer, and Redundant Work to Facilitate th​ Innovation.” 24​ Annual Meetings of Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), MIT, Cambridge, MA, June 2012 (co-authored with Zack Kertcher) “NetSense: A New Network Data Collection Platform for the Study of the Dynamics of Social Relationships.” SoCS NSF PI Meetings, Ann Arbor, MI, June 2012.

“D-Work: Controlling Distributed, Volunteer and Redundant Work to Facilitate ​ Innovation.”​merican Sociological Association Meetings, Denver, CO, August 2012 A (co-authored with Zack Kertcher) “NetSense: A New Network Data Collection Platform for the Study of the Dynamics of Social Relationships.” Sunbelt Social Network Conference, Redondo Beach, CA, March 2012 (with Lizardo, Penta, and Crubaugh) “It’s Boring and Repetitive: Why Do People Do It? An Experiment on Motivation in Crowdsourcing Work.” CrowdConf 2011, San Francisco, CA, November 2011.

(co-authored with Zack Kertcher, presenter) “It’s Boring and Repetitive: Why Do People Do It? An Experiment on Motivation in Crowdsourcing Work.” 4th Annual People and Organizations Conference, The Wharton School, Philadelphia, PA, October 2011. (co-authored with Zack Kertcher, presenter) “Online Work Motivation: An Experiment with Instrumental and Moral Incentives.” American Sociological Association Meetings, Las Vegas, NV, August 2011.

(co-authored with Zack Kertcher, presenter) 5­DH    “Online Work Motivation: An Experiment with Instrumental and Moral Incentives.” Society for the Advancement of Socio­Economics (SASE)​, Madrid, Spain, June 2011.

(co-authored with Zack Kertcher, presenter) “Dyadic Reciprocity and the Emergence of Degree-Assortativity in Weighted Social Networks.” International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, FL, February 2011 (co-authored with O. Lizardo, Z. Toroczkai, A. Strathman, H. Kim and C. Wang).

“Temporary Help Agencies as Intermediaries in Labor Markets.” Higgins Labor Studies Program, University of Notre Dame, January 2011.

“Longitudinal Analysis and Modeling of Large-Scale Social Networks Based on Cell Phone Records.” Human and Social Dynamics 2010 Grantees Conference, Washington, D.C., September 2010.

“Reciprocity and Degree Assortativity in Social Networks.” Workshop on Information in Networks (WIN), NYU Stern School of Business, New York City, September 2010.

“Weighted reciprocity in a human communication network.” International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, Riva del Garda, Italy, July 2010.

​ “Network Behavior Indicators of Trust.”​ etwork Science (NS) Collaborative N Technology Alliance (CTA) Conference, Boston, June 2010 “Reciprocity and Degree-Assortativity in Human Communication Networks” NetSci 2010, Cambridge, MA, May 2010 (with Omar Lizardo).

“The Evolution of Dyadic Reciprocity in Social Networks.” Symposium – Human Behavior Modeling in Network Science. Behavioral Representation in Modeling Simulation (BRIMS) Conference, Charleston, SC, March 2010.

“Reciprocity in a Human Communication Network.” Department of Sociology Colloquium, University of Notre Dame, March 2010.

“Weighted Reciprocity in a Human Communication Network.” Networks and Complex Systems Talk Series, Cyberinfrastrucure for Network Science Center, School of Library and Information Science, Indiana University Bloomington, February 2010.

“Reciprocity: The Missing Link.” NetSci09, International Workshop on Network Science, Venice, Italy, June 2009.

“Correlates of Reciprocity in a Large-Scale Communication Network: A Weighted Edge Approach.” International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, San Diego, March 2009.

“Look Who’s Talking… in Europe.” ​ireless Wave​ 2007, pp. 52-54.

W. Fall “WIPER: The Integrated Wireless Phone Based Emergency Response System” Dynamic Data Driven Applications Systems - New Drivers for Networking and Communication Organized in conjunction with the National Science Foundation (NSF), IEEE Globecom Conference, Washington, D.C., November 2007.

“Mobile Phone Use and Social Networks” Department of Sociology Colloquium, University of Notre Dame, February 2007.

6­DH    “Using WebCT Vista” Presentation to Vista User’s Group, University of Notre Dame, September 2005.

"Contracting Out Work in the 1990s." American Sociological Association Meetings, San Francisco, August 2004.

“Contracting Out in the 1990s.” Sociology Department Colloquia, University of Notre Dame, November 2003.

Discussant. “Virtual Culture: The Internet and Social Movement Mobilization.” American Sociological Association Meetings, Atlanta, August 2003.

“Grievances, Resources, Attachment and Efficacy: The Determinants of Tenant Association Participation Among Public Housing Tenants.” Sociology Department Colloquia, University of Notre Dame, January 2003.

Discussant “Social Policy and Social Organization.” The Year of the Euro Conference, Nonovic Institute for European Studies, University of Notre Dame, December 2002.

“Electronic Resources for Bibliographical Research on Sociological Topics.” Undergraduate Proseminar, University of Notre Dame, September 2001, October 2002, April 2003, October 2003, September 2004.

“Using the Web of Science for Bibliographic Research.” Institute for Educational Initiatives Lecture Series, University of Notre Dame, March 2001.

Presenter at Teaching Well, Saving Time Workshop, Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Notre Dame, December 2000.

Discussant “Are Private Schools Privatizing? Schooling Organizations and Parents' ​ ​ Political Participation."​onference on​ublic and Private School Influences on C P Student Outcomes, Institute for Educational Initiatives, University of Notre Dame, November 2000.

“Piecing Together Employment: A Study of Multiple Job Holding.” Sociology Department Colloquia, University of Notre Dame, April 2000.

“Places and Spaces for Conversing at Notre Dame.” Faculty Brownbag, Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Notre Dame, September 1999.

“Voluntary Job Mobility and Social Network Structure,” with Michael Davern.

American Sociological Association, Chicago, August 1999.

“An Analysis of Changing American Industrial Characteristics,” with Michael Davern.

American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 1998.

"Mobility Channels and Social Inequalities." American Sociological Association, New York, August 1996.

“Can Computer-Generated Presentations Increase Interaction in the Classroom?” Ameritech and Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges Conference, University of Notre Dame, July 1995.

"Creativity in Learning." Junior Parents Weekend, University of Notre Dame, February 1995.

7­DH    "Mobility Channels and Social Inequality." International Conference on​ Income Inequality: Perspectives from Europe and America​, University of Notre Dame, September 1995.

"Cases and Cooperative Learning Groups: An Integrated Active Learning Model."

American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C., August 1995.

"The Interrelationships Among Job Shift Characteristics." American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C., August 1995.

"Using Cooperative Learning Groups in College Classrooms." Presentation to Teaching Fellows, College of Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame, October 1994.

"Teaching with Cases and Cooperative Learning." Workshop conducted with Charles Claiborn. The Wakonse Conference on College Teaching, Shelby, Michigan, May 1994.

"Labor Markets: International Comparisons." Discussant. American Sociological Association, Miami, Florida, August 1993.

"Mobility Regimes in the United States and Canada: A Comparative Analysis."

American Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 1992.



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