Research Events

February 21, Writing and Reporting Towards a World Without Gender-Based Violence

This event marks the release of the timely and vital guide book Silence and Omissions: A Media Guide for Covering Gender-Based Violence.The book, written in consultation with over one hundred women journalists around the world, sets out a human-rights framework for reporting on gendered violence, as well as the importance of using a survivor-centered approach. It can be accessed digitally or in print. 

February 15, Beyond individuals: Uncovering social structure in teams and organizations using network analysis

Network analysis has been widely employed to examine the social structure of team, groups, and organizations. In this talk, Y. Jasmine Wu will present two studies that apply network analysis in two different settings. The first study investigates the extent to which interpersonal trust in the workplace is influenced by individuals’ perceived proximity to one another.