18 June 2012

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

1:00-1:10   Opening Remarks -- Stephen Uzzo (New York Hall of Science)

1:10-1:40   Keynote Talk -- Gene Stanley (Boston University)

1:40-2:05   Chris Arney (U.S. Military Academy at West Point) Teaching Network Science for Public Policy to Undergraduates and High School Students

2:05-2:30   Alan Daly (University of California, San Diego), Nienke Moolenaar (University of California, San Diego / University of Twente) Networks Across Systems and Settings: Lessons from an International Set Social Network Studies

2:30-2:55   Catherine Cramer, Stephen Uzzo (New York Hall of Science / COSEE OCEAN) Measuring Success of Federally-Funded STEM Education Networks

(coffee break)

3:15-3:40   Aditi Wagh, Arthur Hjorth, Uri Wilensky (Northwestern University) Using NetLogo for STEM Learning through a Complex Systems Perspective

3:40-4:05   Adam Maltese (Indiana University) Assessing Data Interpretation Skills Using Multiple Methods

4:05-4:30   Erzsébet Ravasz Regan (Harvard Medical School) Building a Boolean Network Model of Angiogenic Tip and Stalk Cell Formation

4:30-4:55    Lazaros Gallos (City College of New York) A Venture of High-School Students in Networks Research

4:55-5:15    Hiroki Sayama (Binghamton University) Introducing Network Science to High Schools: Merits, Issues, and Tips, from a Professor's Perspective

5:15-5:55   Panel Discussion

5:55-6:00   Closing Remarks by Stephen Uzzo