152 Dan Ryan is a transdisciplinary social scientist. Prior to joining the IY Academy, he taught university courses in computer science, philosophy, public policy, and sociology. His work and teaching touch on cities, organizations, geographic information systems, agent-based simulation, mathematical modeling, networks, social theory, information, innovation, and higher education. He has been coding since before there was a web and building websites since before there was an Amazon. His current distractions are javascript and HTML5, 3D printing, circuit building, disruption in higher education, and social information behaviors.
The Ghosts of Organizations Past will be published in spring 2015. Current book projects are The Sociology of Informationand Majoring in the 21st Century. He is an advocate of open-everything and a career-long supporter of women in science, technology, and quantitative social science. He has a PhD in Sociology from Yale University and a BA in Mathematical, Physical, and Computer Sciences from New College of Florida.

106 Dan Ryan is a transdisciplinary social scientist who has taught computer science, philosophy, public policy, and sociology. His work touches on cities, organizations, geographic information systems, agent-based simulation, mathematical modeling, networks, social theory, information, innovation, and higher education. He has been coding since before there was a web and building websites since before there was an Amazon. His book The Ghosts of Organizations Past will be published in spring 2015. Current book projects are The Sociology of Informationand Majoring in the 21st Century. He has a PhD in Sociology from Yale University and a BA in Mathematical, Physical, and Computer Sciences from New College of Florida.

74 Dan Ryan is an interdisciplinary social scientist whose work touches on cities, organizations, GIS, agent-based simulation, mathematical modeling, networks, social theory, information, innovation, higher education, and public policy. His book The Ghosts of Organizations Past will be published in spring 2015. Current book projects are The Sociology of Informationand Majoring in the 21st Century. He has a PhD in Sociology from Yale and a BA in Mathematical, Physical, and Computer Sciences from New College.