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This study employed social network analysis (SNA) to describe professional collaboration among participants of the Vertically Integrated Partnerships (VIP) K-16 program, primarily high school teachers and higher education faculty. The study focused on three qualitative measures by which to examine VIP's evolving collaborative structure-the emergence of new professional connections since VIP, the extent to which VIP networks became more connected, and leadership roles in integrating networkfatcat:32fxm4xnybfehmhthsztysbpj4