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Curriculum Vitae
Peter Monge

Peter Monge is Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism and Professor of Management and Organization at the Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California. He is also the Director of the Annenberg Networks Network, a research center focused on communication network theory and research. He is also an associated faculty with the Center for Effective Organizations in the Marshall School of Business.

His most recent book (with Noshir Contractor) is Theories of Communication Networks.  He has also published Communicating and Organizing (with Vince Farace and Hamish Russell), Multivariate Techniques in Human Communication Research (with Joe Cappella), Policing Hawthorne (with Janet Fulk and Greg Patton) and Reasoning with Statistics (5th ed, with Fred Williams).  He has published theoretical and research articles on organizational communication networks, evolutionary and ecological theory, collaborative information systems, globalization, and research methods.

He is an Elected Fellow (2002) and a former president of the International Communication Association (1997-1998).  He also served as editor of Communication Research from 1986 to 1993. He has received numerous awards including the Distinguished Scholar award from the Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division of the Academy of Management, the Research Award from the Organizational Communication Division of the National Communication Association and the B. Aubrey Fisher Mentorship Award from the International Communication Association. In 2008 he received the Distinguished Article Award in Communication and Social Cognition and in 2009 he received the Dennis Gouran Research Award for the Best Published Article in Group Communication. He has presented more than a dozen top three papers at conferences over the years. And, eight of his doctoral advisees have won dissertation of the year awards.

His research on organizational systems, communication networks, and evolutionary theory has been supported by a number of major funding agencies, including the National Science Foundation, the Office of Naval Research, the Department of Energy, the National Cancer Institute, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.




Publications

Books
/images/faculty/mongepb1.jpgMonge, P.R., & Contractor, N. (2003). Theories of communication networks. New York, Oxford University Press. (Chinese edition published in 2009).

Williams, F., & Monge, P.R. (2001). Reasoning with statistics: How to read quantitative research. (5th ed.). New York: Harcourt.

/images/faculty/fulkjb3.jpgPatton, G., Monge, P.R., & Fulk, J. (2000). Policing Hawthorne. Hawthorne, CA: South Bay Press.

Monge, P.R., & Cappella, J.N. (Eds.) (1980). Multivariate techniques in human communication research. New York: Academic Press.

Farace, R.V., Monge, P.R., & Russell, H.M. (1977). Communicating and organizing. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley.


Journal Articles
Lee, S. & Monge, P. (2011). The coevolution of multiplex networks in organizational communities. Journal of Communication.
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Yuan, Y. C., Fulk, J., Monge, P., & Contractor, N. (in press). Expertise directory development, shared task-interdependence, and strength of communication network ties as multilevel predictors of expertise exchange in transactive memory work groups. Communication Research.
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Stephens, K., Fulk, J., & Monge, P. (2009). Constrained choices in alliance formations: Cupids and organizational marriages. Human Relations, 62(4), 501-536.
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Monge, P.R., Heise, B.R., & Margolin, D. (2008). Communication network evolution in organizational communities. Communication Theory, 18, 449-477.
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Monge, P. R., & Poole, M. S. (2008). The evolution of organizational communication. Journal of Communication, 58, 679-692.
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Bryant, J. A., & Monge, P. R. (2008)  The evolution of the Children’s Television Community, 1953-2003. International Journal of Communication, 2, 160-192.
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Hoffman, B. R., Monge, P. R., Valente, T. W., & Chow, C.-P. (2007). The roles of perceived peer influence and peer selection on adolescent smoking. Addictive Behaviors. 32, 1546-1554.
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Lee, S., Monge, P.R., Bar, F., Matei, S. (2007). The emergence of clusters in global telecommunications networks.  Journal of Communication.  57, 415-434.
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Yuan, Y., Fulk, J., & Monge. (2007). Connective and communal transactive memories. Communication Research. 34(2), 131-155.
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Shumate, M., Bryant, J.A., Monge, P. (2005). Storytelling and Globalization: The Complex Narratives of Netwar. Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 7, 74-84.
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Shumate, M., Fulk, J., Monge, P. (2005). Predictors of the International HIV–AIDS INGO Network Over Time. Human Communication Research, 31, 482-510.
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Yuan, Y., Fulk, J., Shumate, M., Monge, P., Bryant, J.A., & Matsaganis, M. (2005). Individual Participation in Organizational Information Commons: The Impact of Team Level Social Influence and Intranet Competency. Human Communication Research, 31, 212-240.
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Fulk, J., Heino, R., Flanagin, A., Monge, P., & Bar, F. (2004). A test of the individual action model of organizational information commons. Organization Science, 15, 569-585.
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Monge, P. R., & Matei, S. (2004). The role of the global telecommunications network in bridging economic and political divides, 1989 to 1999. Journal of Communication, 54, 1-21.
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Matei, S., & Monge, P.R. (2003). Globalization, communication, and democracy between 1989-1999. Sfera Politicii, 11, 18-24.

Kalman, M.K., Monge, P.R., Fulk, J., & Heino, R. (2002). Motivations to resolve communication dilemmas in database-mediated collaboration. Communication Research, 29, 125-154.
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Contractor, N., & Monge, P. R, (2002). Managing knowledge networks. Management Communication Quarterly, 16, 249-258.
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Monge, P.R. (1973). Theory construction in the study of human communication: The system paradigm. Journal of Communication, 23, 5-16.

Flanagin, A., Monge, P.R., and Fulk, J. (2001). The value of formative investments in organizational federations. Human Communication Research, 27, 69-93.
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DeSanctis, G.D, & Monge, P.R. (1999). Communication processes for virtual organizations. Organization Science, 10, 693-703. Also published in Journal of Computer Mediated Communication.
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Monge, P.R., Fulk, J., Parnassa, C., Flanagin, A., Rumsey, S., & Kalman, M. (1999). Cooperative interagency approaches to the illegal drug problem. International Journal of Police Science & Management. 2, 229-241.

Monge, P.R., Fulk, J., Kalman, M., Flanagin, A., Parnassa, C., & Rumsey, S. (1998). Production of collective action in alliance-based interorganizational communication and information systems. Organization Science, 9, 411-433.
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Riley, P., & Monge, P.R. (1998). Introduction: Communication in the global community. Communication Resesarch, 25, 355-358.

Monge, P.R. (1998). Communication structures and processes in globalization. Journal of Communication, 48, 142-153.
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Fulk, J., Flanagin, A., Kalman, M., Monge, P.R , & Ryan, T., (1996), Connective and communal public goods in interactive communication systems. Communication Theory, 6, 60-87.
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Monge, P.R., Cozzens, M., & Contractor, N.S. (1992). Communication and motivational predictors of the dynamics of organizational innovation. Organization Science, 3, 250-274.
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Monge, P.R. (1990) Theoretical and analytical issues in studying organizational processes. Organization Science, 1, 406-430.
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Miller, K.I., & Monge, P.R. (1987). The development and test of a system of organizational participation and allocation. In M. L. McLaughlin (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 10 (pp. 431-455). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Miller, K.I., & Monge, P.R. (1986). Participation, satisfaction, and productivity: A meta-analytic review. Academy of Management Journal, 29, 4, 727-753.
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Contractor, N.S., Fulk, J., Monge, P.R., & Singhal, A. (1986). Cultural assumptions that influence the implementation of communication technologies. Vikalpa, 11, 4, 287-299.
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Eisenberg, E.M., Farace, R.V., Monge, P.R., Bettinghaus, E.P., Kurchner- Hawkins, R., White, L., & Miller, K.I. (1985). Communication linkages in interorganizational systems: Review and synthesis. In B. Dervin & M.J. Voigt (Eds.), Progress in Communication Sciences, 6, 231-261.

Fink, E.L., & Monge, P.R. (1985). An exploration of confirmatory factor analysis. In B. Dervin & M.J. Voigt (Eds.), Progress in Communication Sciences, 6, 167-197.

Monge, P.R., Rothman, L.W., Eisenberg, E.M., Miller, K.I., & Kirste, K.K. (1985). The dynamics of organizational proximity. Management Science, 31, 9, 1129-1141.
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Miller, K.I., and Monge, P.R. (1985). The influence of social information on employee anxiety about organizational change. Human Communication Research, 11, 365-386.

Eisenberg, E.M., Monge, P.R., and Farace, R.V. (1984). Coorientation on communication rules in managerial dyads. Human Communication Research, 11, 261-271.

Monge, P.R., Farace, R.V., Eisenberg, E.M., White, L., & Miller, K.I. (1984). The process of studying process in organizational communication. Journal of Communication, 34, 22-43.
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Eisenberg, E.M., Monge, P.R., & Miller, K.I. (1983). Involvement in communication networks as a predictor of organizational commitment. Human Communication Research, 10, 179-201.

Kirste, K.K., & Monge, P.R. (1983). Computing dynamic organizational proximity: the PROXTIME computer program. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 15, 89-90.

Monge, P.R., Edwards, J.A., & Kirste, K.K. (1983). Determinants of communication network involvement: Connectedness and integration. Group & Organization Studies, 8, 83-111.
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Monge, P.R., Wills, R.M., Day, P.D., & Boismier, J.M. (1983). The location of information processing organizations. Systems Objectives Solutions, 3, 73-88.

Monge, P.R. (1982). Systems theory and research in the study of organizational communication: The correspondence problem. Human Communication Research, 8, 245-261.

Monge, P.R., Bachman, S.G., Dillard, J.P., & Eisenberg, E.M. (1982). Communication competence in the workplace: Model testing and scale development. In M. Burgoon (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 5 (pp. 505-528). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.
Monge, P.R., & Farace, R.V. (1975). Reinventing the wheel: Comments on "Structuring communication in Work Groups." Journal of Communication, 25, 195-200.

Monge, P.R., & Kirste, K.K. (1980). Measuring proximity in human organizations. Social Psychology Quarterly, 43, 110-115.

Monge, P.R., Edwards, J.A., & Kirste, K.K. (1978). The determinants of communication and communication structure in large organizations: A review of research. In B.D. Ruben (Ed.), Communication Yearbook (Vol. 2). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.

Edwards, J.A., & Monge, P.R. (1977). The validation of mathematical indices of communication structure. In B.D. Ruben (Ed.), Communication Yearbook (Vol. 1). New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books.

Monge, P.R. (1977). Alternative theoretical bases for the study of human communication. Communication Quarterly, 25, 19-29.
Cappella, J.N., & Monge, P.R. (1976). A cybernetic model of growth in a system of interpersonal communication. Cybernetica, 559-575.

Monge, P.R., & Day, P.D. (1976). Multivariate analysis in communication research. Human Communication Research, 2, 207-220.


Book Chapters

Monge, P. R, Lee, S., Fulk, J., Frank, L., Margolin, D., Schultz. C., Shen, C., & Weber, M. Evolutionary and ecological models for organizational communication. Management Communication Quarterly.

Monge, P. R., & Margolin, D. (2008) Communication Networks. In W. Donsbach (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Communication (Vol. 2, pp 790-796). Malden, MA: Blackwell.

Mohrman, S. A., Galbraith, J. R., & Monge, P. R. (2006).  Network attributes impacting the generation and flow of knowledge with and from the basic science community. In J. Hage and M. Meeus (Ed.), New Directions in Research on Innovation, Learning, and Institutional Change (Pp.196-216). Oxford University Press.

Yuan, Y., Monge, P. R., & Fulk, J. (2005). Social capital and transactive memory systems in work groups: A multilevel approach. In K. Mark Weaver (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the Sixty-Fifth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD), ISSN 1543-8643.

Contractor, N.S., & Monge, P.R. (2003). Adversarial networks. In R. Brieger and K. Carley (Eds.), Dynamic Social Network Modeling and Analysis (Pp. 324-344). Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences Press.

Hollingshead, A. B., Fulk, J., and Monge, P. (2002). Fostering intranet knowledge-sharing: An integration of transactive memory and public goods approaches. In S. Keisler & P. Hines (Eds.), Distributed Work: New Research on Working across Distance using Technology (Pp. 235-255). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Monge, P.R. (1980). Organizational communication: Issues and priorities for the 1980's. In G.M. Goldhaber & O. A. Wiio (Eds.), Proceedings of organizational communication conference. Department of Communication, State University of New York at Buffalo.

Monge, P.R., & Contractor, N.S. (2001). Emergence of communication networks. In F.M. Jablin and L.L. Putnam (Eds.), New handbook of organizational communication (Pp. 440-502). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Monge, P.R. (1980). Multivariate Multiple Regression. In P.R. Monge & J.N. Cappella (Eds.), Multivariate techniques in human communication research. New York: Academic Press.

Monge, P.R. & Fulk, J. (1999). Communication technology for global network organizations. In G. DeSanctis & J. Fulk (Eds.), Communication technology and organizational forms. (pp. 71-100). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Monge, P.R. (1998). Communication Theory in a Globalizing World. In J. S. Trent (Ed.), Communication: Views from the helm for the 21st century. (pp. 3-7). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Monge, P.R., & Kalman, M. (1996). Sequentiality, simultaneity, and synchronicity in human communication. In J. Watt and A. Van Lear (Eds.), Cycles and dynamic patterns in communication processes (Pp. 71-92). New York, NY: Ablex.

Monge, P.R., Fulk, J., Parnassa, C., Flanagin, A., Rumsey, S., & Kalman, M. (1996). Cooperative interagency approaches to the illegal drug problem. In M. Pagon (Ed.), Policing in Central and Eastern Europe: Comparing firsthand knowledge with experience from the West. (Pp. 279-298). Ljubljana, Slovenia: College of Police and Security Studies.

Monge, P.R. (1995). Global network organizations. In R. Cesaria & P.S. Shockley-Zalabak (Eds.), Organization means communication. (Pp. 135-151). Rome, Italy: SIPI

Monge, P.R. & Contractor, N.S. (1995). Communication networks. In A. Kuper & J. Kuper (Eds.), Social Science Encyclopedia (2nd Ed., pp 108-109). London, England: Routledge.

Monge, P.R. (1993). (Re)Designing dynamic organizations. In G.P. Huber & Glick W.H. (Eds.), Mastering organizational change (pp. 323-345). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

Monge, P.R., & Contractor, N. (1988). Communication networks: Measurement techniques. In C.H. Tardy (Ed.), A handbook for the study of human communication (pp. 107-138). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.

Monge, P.R., & Miller, K.I. (1988). Communication processes in participative systems. In G.M. Goldhaber (Ed.), Handbook of organizational communication (pp. 213-230). New York, NY: Ablex.

Monge, P.R. (1987). Communication at the network level. In C.R. Berger and S. Chaffee (Eds.), Handbook of communication science (pp. 239-270). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Monge, P.R., & Eisenberg, E.M. (1987). Emergent communication networks. In F.M. Jablin, L.L. Putnam, K.H. Roberts, and L.W. Porter, (Eds.), Handbook of organizational communication (pp. 304-342). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Monge, P.R., and Miller, G.R. (1985). Communication networks. In A. Kuper and J. Kuper (Eds.), The Social Science Encyclopaedia (pp. 130-132). Runsburgerweg, The Netherlands: Routledge and Kegan Paul.

Monge, P.R. & Cozzens, M.D. (1986). Innovation through participatory management: The case for the Scanlon process. In D. Gray, T. Solomon & W.H. Hetzner (Eds.), Strategies and Practices for Technological Innovation (pp. 319-329). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Elsevier.

Fulk, J., Monge, P.R., & Hollingshead, A. B. (in press). Knowledge resource sharing in dispersed multinational teams: Three Theoretical Lens. In Shapiro, D., von Glinow, M. A., and Schoonhoven, C. B.. (Eds.), Managing Multinational Teams: Cultural, Organizational, and National Influences.

Mohrman, S. A., Galbraith, J. R., & Monge, P. R. (in press). Network attributes impacting the generation and flow of knowledge with and from the basic science community. In J. Hage and M. Meeus (Ed.), New Directions in Research on Innovation, Learning, and Institutional Change. Oxford University Press.


Journal Articles under Review

Weber, M. & Monge, P. R. Brokerage in online news networks. Journal of Communication.

Shen, C. & Monge, P. R. The network structure of the open source software community. Information and Society.

Fujimoto, K., Chou, C-P., Monge, P., & Valente, T. The Effect of Peer Popularity on Early Adolescent Smoking Behavior, Addictive Behaviors.

Frank, L., Monge, P., & Murphy, S. Trust in Media in Determining Health Beliefs and Behaviors. Journal of Health Communication.

Journal Articles in Preparation

Monge, P., Lee, S., Fulk, J., Weber, M., Shen, C., Schultz, C., Margolin, D., Gould, J., and Frank, L. Research methods for studying evolutionary and ecological processes in organizational communication. Management Communication Quarterly.

Shumate, M., Bryant, J.A., Monge, P., Matsaganis, M., Yuan, Y., & Fulk, J. The impact of task assignments on knowledge networks. (Mostly written but not yet submitted).

Bryant, J.A., Shumate, M., Matsaganis, M. Monge, P. Yuan, Y. & Fulk, J. Convergence of group transactive memory. (Data are gathered. Paper is outlined, some parts of text written, some parts of analysis completed.)

Heise, B.R., & Monge, P. R. Organizational Network Implications of Relating as Communicating: Recommendations for Prudent Uses of the Multitheoretical, Multilevel Framework. (First draft completed.) .

Monge, P., Fulk, J., Chatterjee, J., Heiss, B.M.R., Lee, S., Margolin, D.B., Shen, C., Stephens, K. & Weber, M.S.. The structural evolution of organizational communities: How Variation, Selection, and Retention processes operate in NGO networks. (First draft completed.)

Frank, L., Monge, P. R., Chatterjee, & Durham, A. Lending networks among Ecuadorian women. (Final revision should be done within a month. We plan to send this paper to Social Networks.)

Weber, M., Fulk, J., & Monge, P. The emergence of On-Line Social Networking Sites as Legitimate Organizational Forms.

Course Title
ANSC 140 Nature and Impacts of Human Communication
COMM 385 Survey of Organizational Communication
COMM 487 Communication and Global Organizations
COMM 495 Honors Seminar: Global Communication
COMM 505 Communication in Work Settings
ANSC 599 Information Management
ANSC 599 Communication in Global Organizations
ANSC 606 Communication Theory
ANSC 610 History and Philosophy of Communication
COMM 638 Communication in Global Organizations
COMM 640 Seminar in Organizational Communication
COMM 645 Communication Networks
ANSC 700A Research Methods I (Also COMM 550)
ANSC 700B Research Methods II
ANSC 710 Simultaneous Equation Models (Also COMM 556)
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Research

Office of Naval Research.  Causal Models of Communication Structure in Bureaucratic Organizations.  1973-1976, $76,000, PI.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration.  A Cost-effective Analysis of Communication and Contract Monitoring Procedures.  1975, $12,000, PI.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Smithsonian Institution.  Multivariate Analysis in Communication Research.  1976, $7,300, PI.

National Cancer Institute & Michigan Cancer Foundation.  Administrative and Communication Analysis of the Metropolitan Detroit Cancer Control Project.  1980-1981, $60,507, Co-PI.

National Science Foundation.  The Relationship of the Scanlon Participative Management Process to Organizational Innovation, Productivity, and Interorganizational Innovation Transfer.  1983-85, $315,248, PI.

Meeting Management Institute.  Informational Processes in Meetings in Corporate  America.  1988-89, $76,060, PI.

City of Hawthorne.   Improving Communication at the Hawthorne Police Department.  1992-1993, $25,846, Co-PI.

National Science Foundation. Collective Action in Communication and Information-Based Public Goods:  Interorganizational Computer-Supported Collaborative Work.  1995-1996, $103,604, Co-PI.

Annenberg Center for Communication.  Interactive Communication and Computing for Global Virtual Work Communities.  1995-96, $99,970, Co-PI.

National Science Foundation.  Collective Action in Communication and Information-Based Public Goods:  Interorganizational Computer-Supported Collaborative Work.  1996-1998, $301,302, Co-PI.

City of Hawthorne.  History of the Hawthorne Police Department.  1996, $10,753.  Co-PI.

Annenberg Center for Communication.  Interactive Communication and Computing for Virtual Work Communities.  1996-1997, $70,000, Co-PI

Steelcase, Inc.  Measuring the role of office setting on collaboration.  1996-1997, $96,608, Co-PI

National Science Foundation.  Co-evolution of Knowledge Networks and 21st  Century Forms:  Computational Modeling and Empirical Testing.  1999-2002, $1,500,000, Co-PI.

Department of Energy.  The Organizational and Managerial Factors that Contribute to the Stream of Value from the Basic Research of the Office of Science. 2002-2005.  $901,240.  Co-PI (with Susan Mohrman and Jay Galbraith, Marshall School of Business and Center for Effective Organizations, USC).

Annenberg School for Communication.  Annenberg Networks Network.  2006-2008, $100,000. PI (with Manuel Castells)

National Science Foundation. Collaborative Research VOSS: Understanding and Enabling Network Dynamics in Virtual Organizations. 2008-2011. $399,269. Co-PI (with Noshir Contractor, Luis Amaral, and Brian Uzzi)

Annenberg School for Communication.  Annenberg Networks Network.  2008-2009.  $50,000.  PI (with Manuel Castells and Janet Fulk).

Colloquia and Guest Lectures

United States Agency for International Development Communication Seminars.   Michigan State University, May 1972 and May 1978.

University of Wisconsin, Department of Communication Arts Proseminar:  Causal  antecedents of structure in large-scale communication networks.  April 1975.

University of Southern California Symposium on Organizational Communication:  Strategies for studying the organization's communication.  July 1975.

Stanford University Institute for Communication Research:  Conference on Network Analysis.  March 1976.

Temple University Department of Speech Colloquia:  Communication in large  organizations.  April 1977.

Michigan State University Department of Communication Colloquium:  Systems theory in the study of organizational communication.  February 1978.

University of Michigan Graduate School of Business Management Seminars:   Communication in organizations.  September 1979.

Ohio University College of Communication, Communication Week:  Research in  organizational communication.  May 1980.

University of Washington, Seattle, Department of Communication Colloquium:   Communication coorientation between supervisors and subordinates.  February 1981.

Stanford University, Institute for Communication Research Colloquium:  The process of studying process in communication research.  May 1982.

University of Southern California Colloquium: Important Issues in Studying Communication Processes.  February 1983.

University of Kansas, Department of Communication Studies Colloquia: History and Philosophy of Process Methodologies.  February 1984.

University of Kansas, Department of Communication Studies Colloquia: Systems  Theory in the Study of Human/Organizational Communication.  February, 1984.

University of Southern California, Annenberg School of Communications Symposium:  Organizational Relations: The Dynamics of Communication Networks.  March 6, 1984.

Korea University, Seoul.  Social Impacts of New Communication Technology.  Monge, P.R.  Time Series:  Definition of Communication Process and its Methodology.  May 1985.

Pepperdine University.  Monge, P.R.  Communication Theories.  November 1985.

University of Kentucky.  Monge, P.R.  Obtaining Federal Grants for Communication Research and The Scanlon Philosophy of Participative Processes in Organizations.  April 1986.

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.  Contractor, N.S., Fulk, J., Monge, P.R., & Singhal, A.  Cultural Assumptions that Influence the Implementation of Communication Technologies.  August 1986.

University of California, Santa Barbara.  Monge, P.R. Theoretical and Analytic Issues in Communication Research.  November 1990.

The Louis Guttman Institute, Jerusalem, Israel.  Monge, P.R.  Theoretical and Analytic Issues in Longitudinal Research.  August 1991.

Pepperdine University.  Monge, P.R.  Being Connected:  Communication Networks in the Information Age.  October 1991.

University of California, Riverside.  Monge, P.R.  Communication and motivational predictors of the dynamics of organizational innovation.  May 1993.

Korean Communication Association, Seoul, South Korea.  Monge, P.R. Communication theory in a globalizing world.  March 1997.

Stanford University, Department of Communication.  Monge, P.R., & Contractor, N.S.  Theoretical issues for dynamic networks.  November 1997.

Stanford University. National Science Foundation Workshop on Computational Organizational Science,  Monge, P.R., & Fulk, J.  Computational Organizational Models for Connective and Communal Public Goods. February 1998.

University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business, Distinguished Speaker Series.  Fulk, J., & Monge, P.R.  Interorganizational Alliances as Collective Action.  March 1998.

University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business, Center for Effective Organizations,  Fulk, J., & Monge, P.R. 
Knowledge Networks and Intellectual Capital, January 1999.

University of Southern California, Conference on New Technologies in Education.  P. Monge,  Collaborative Learning in Graduate Education, May 1999.

University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication, Conference on Distance Learning in Higher Education, Collaborative Learning in Graduate Education, November 1999.

London School of Economics, Media Studies Program, Conference on Globalization and Communication,  P. Monge & S. Matei  Communication and Economic Flows in an Era of Global Democracy.  December 2000

University of Illinois.  Department of Speech Communication.  N. Contractor, J. Fulk, & P. Monge.  Theories of Communication Networks.  July 2001.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management.  Monge, P. Multitheoretical Multilevel Models for Communication Networks.  October 2001.

London School of Economics and University of Southern California Joint Conference on Critical Reflections on Globalization. Monge, P.R., & Matei, S. The Impact of Globalization on the Global Telecommunications Network.  Los Angeles, November 2001.

London School of Economics and University of Southern California Joint Conference on Globalization.  Monge, P. R.  Evolutionary perspectives on globalization.  Los Angeles, November, 2003.

University of California at Los Angeles, Department of Communication Studies Winter Forum,  Monge, P. R. Theories of Communication Networks.  April 2004.

Santa Fe Institute. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Annual Trustees Conference.  Monge, P. R. Social Theories of Human Communication Networks.  November 2004.

University of Southern California. Annenberg Networks Network Theory Seminar. Monge, P.R. “Developing Network Theory. Multilevel or Unified? If Unified, Evolutionary? If not, What? November 2005.

University of Southern California. Is social network theory evolutionary? Presented at the Network Theory Workshop. Annenberg Center for Communication, September 2006.

Harvard University. Kennedy School of Governemnt. Is social network theory evolutionary? October 2006.

University of California, Santa Barbara. Department of Communication. The ecology of communication networks in organizational communities.  February 2008.

University of Southern California. Department of Management and Organization Faculty Research Seminar.  Communication and Organizational Networks. February 2009.

University of California, Santa Barbara, Department of Communication. Presentation in celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Department.  I C U ICA, We All C U. October 2009.

Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Beijing, China.  Theories of Communication Networks.  September 2010.

Renmin University of China, School of Labor and Human Resources, Beijing, China.  The Future of Ecological Studies of Networked Organizational Communities. September 2010.

Fudan University, School of Management,  Ecological Management Studies of Networked Organizational Communities. September 2010.

Fudan University, School of Journalism, Shanghai, China.  The Wellem Sham Lecture:  Theories of Communication Networks, September 2010.