PJ Lamberson is a Senior Lecturer in the Management and Organizations Department at Kellogg and the Associate Director of the Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems, one of the world's leading institutes for network research. In the fall of 2015, he will be joining the faculty in the Communication Studies Department at UCLA. He is a globally recognized expert on the networked economy, contagion, social media, big data, crowdsourcing and open innovation.
PJ has degrees in mathematics from The University of Chicago and Columbia University and was a Professor at MIT Sloan for three years before joining the Kellogg faculty. He has published research in Mathematics, Ecology, Epidemiology, Transportation, Genetics, Political Science, Network Science, Economics and Management. PJ is also an award-winning teacher and the creator of the course Social Dynamics and Network Analytics (Social-DNA), which he teaches in the Kellogg MBA and executive MBA programs in Evanston, Chicago, Miami, and Tel Aviv.