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SONIC/NICO Speaker - Adam Kleinbaum, Language Style Similarity and Friendship Networks

Modified: January 29, 2018

Please join SONIC and NICO at 600 Foster Street, Chambers Hall on Wednesday, Jan 31 from 12-1 PM  to welcome Adam Kleinbaum of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, who will present his talk "Language Style Similarity and Friendship Networks" as part of SONIC's collaboration with Wednesdays @ NICO.

Adam Kleinbaum, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College 

Adam Kleinbaum is an Associate Professor in the Strategy and Management area at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and is co-founder of the Dartmouth Interdisciplinary Network Research (DINR) Group. He received both his D.B.A and undergraduate degree from Harvard, where he served as a post-doctoral fellow for the Harvard Business School. Since then, his work has focused on examining the antecedents and evolution of social networks in organizations to understand what structures promote both individual and organizational success. His research has been published in various management and business journals, as well as in several major news outlets 

Livestream: bluejeans.com/353775799

​See the attached flyer for the complete SONIC Speaker Series schedule. 

 

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