Barry Wellman - Offices


  • Founded the International Network for Social Network Analysis in 1976-1977 and led it until 1988. Concomitantly, founded, edited and published INSNA's informal journal, Connections.
  • Founded and led the University of Toronto's "Structural Analysis Programme" in the Department of Sociology, 1979–1982, which focused on studying social structure and relationships from a social network perspective. The Department of Sociology subsequently established the "Barry Wellman Award" for excellence in undergraduate research.
  • Associate Director of the Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto (1980–1984), where his research was based, 1970-2007.
  • Council member and then President of two sections of the American Sociological Association:
  • Community and Urban Sociology (1998-2000): led the team that founded the journal, City and Community;
  • Communications and Information Technologies (2005-2006): membership increased from 95 to 303.
  • Elected to the Council (2000) and then became President of the Sociological Research Association honor society (2004–2005).
  • North American editor of Information, Communication and Society (2003-).

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