Devan Rosen (Ph.D., Cornell University) is Professor of Emerging Media in the Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College. His research focuses on the social uses of new media, social network analysis, and distributed socio-technical systems. He has developed social and semantic network-analytic theories and methods for the analysis of dynamic social networks in online environments. His research on decentralized self-organizing systems, Flock Theory, has been featured as the basis for several episodes of the hit CBS show Numb3rs.
Professor, Media Arts, Sciences and Studies
School: Roy H. Park School of Communications
Office: Roy H Park School of Communications 349, Ithaca, NY 14850
Specialty: Emerging Media, Social Network Analysis, Distributed Socio-technical Systems, Communication
Ithacan article about the book launch of THE SOCIAL MEDIA DEBATE
Editor Devan Rosen was joined by contributing authors Ysabel Gerrard and Francesca Sobande, and moderator Raza Rumi to mine the debates percolating through this book about social media. This event was part of the 25th Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, and was co-sponsored by the Park Center for Independent Media and the Interactive Film and Media Journal.
The Ithacan covered the event, article can be found here: