Department of Sociology
Research interest(s)/area of expertise
- Social Network Analysis
- Computational Social Science
- Stats & Methods
- B.A. Ecnomic Sociology, Nanjing University, 1998
- M.A. Sociology, University of Notre Dame, 2009
- PhD. Sociology, University of Notre Dame, 2012
Wang, Cheng, Omar Lizardo, and David S. Hachen. 2021. "Using Big Data to Examine the Effect of Urbanism on Social Networks." Journal of Urban Affairs, 43(1): 40-56.
Hipp, John R., Rupa Jose, Carter T. Butts, Cheng Wang, and Cynthia M. Lakon. 2021. "A Multi-Contextual Examination of Non-School Friendships and their Impact on Adolescent Deviance and Alcohol Use." PLoS ONE, 16(2): e0245837.
Wang, Cheng, Omar Lizardo, and David S. Hachen. 2021. "Using Fitbit Data to Examine Factors that Affect Daily Activity Levels of College Students." PLoS ONE, 16(1): e0244747.
Wang, Cheng, Carter T. Butts, John R. Hipp, and Cynthia M. Lakon. 2020. "Model Adequacy Checking/Goodness-of-fit Testing for Behavior in Joint Dynamic Network/Behavior Models, with an Extension to Two-mode Networks." Sociological Methods and Research, DOI: 10.1177/0049124120914933.
Wang, Cheng, Omar Lizardo, and David S. Hachen. 2020. "Using Fitbit Data to Monitor the Heart Rate Evolution Patterns of College Students." Journal of American College Health, DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2020.1775610.
Wang, Cheng, Omar Lizardo, and David S. Hachen. 2020. "Neither Influence nor Selection: Examining Co-Evolution of Political Orientation and Social Networks in the Netsense and Nethealth Studies." PLoS ONE, 15(5): e0233458.
Sepulvado, Brandon, Michael L. Wood, Ethan Fridmanski, Cheng Wang, Matthew J. Chandler, Omar Lizardo, and David S. Hachen. 2020. "Behavioral Trajectory Similarity in Social Networks and Its Correlates." Social Science Computer Review, DOI: 10.1177/0894439320923123.
- SOC 2300 Social Inequality (Undergraduates), 3 credits, Winter 2021
- SOC 3200 Methods for Social Research (Undergraduates), 3 credits, Fall 2019, Winter 2020, Fall 2020, Winter 2021
- SOC 7530 Social Network Analysis (Graduates), 3 credits, Fall 2020