Monday, October 23, 2006

October's Network

Last night, Dawn (the Network Analysis Guru) and I created October's network. Below is a mini-version of the network. To see a larger version of it, click here. As you can see, the network is growing!

To recap, the legend is as follows:

Red--IUSB faculty and students

Purple--IUSB administration

Blue--Friends and family

Light blue--UGA colleagues

Green--South Bend businesses and non-profits

Pink--NPR radio essay contacts

Since airing the radio essay on NPR, I've been contacted by Marianne Peters, Freelance Writer, and Elizabeth Scarborough, Member of the Audobon Society. Both have expressed their interest in participating with this project. Marianne and I will be co-authoring a paper on environmental and practical issues that relate to conservation. And Elizabeth and I have discussed plans to have the Audobon Society participate at the festival. Of course, I will keep you informed as these plans continue to develop.

So, for those of you who are in the network, THANKS for your support. I sincerely appreciate it. And if you don't see your name in the network, but wish to become a part of this project, all you need to do is contact me!

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