Join us for a talk by one of our own!
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Megan Hess is an Assistant Professor of Accounting at Washington and Lee University.
Hess will discuss her latest DH ethics research project exploring the relationship between social networks and ethical leadership. We will also look at some examples of how social network concepts such as group cohesion, information diffusion, central connectors, and brokers can be used to enrich studies of literature and history.
This event is made possible by a Dean of the College Cohort Grant.