Victor P. Corona Victor P. Corona is a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at Columbia University. He received a B.A. from Yale University in 2003 and M.A. from Columbia in 2006. He is interested in organizations as efforts to render social behavior manageable through various organizing principles, practices, and technologies, with his current work focusing on the peculiar exigencies faced by military organizations. His dissertation research applies optimal matching sequence analysis to career structures of U.S. Army officers in the period 1870-1985 in order to examine the management of personnel mobility in military organizations. Victor P. Corona was a visiting scholar at the Center for Network Science in January 2009.