Samuel M Hansen

Mathematics & Statistics Librarian

Pronouns

They/Them/Their/Theirs

Email

hansensm@umich.edu

Phone

734-615-3371

Mailing address

3167 Shapiro Library

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1185

ORCID ID

0000-0003-1070-8232

Samuel M Hansen

Mathematics & Statistics Librarian

About me

As liaison librarian for the Mathematics and Statistics departments, I assess and select information resources in support of their scholarship, provide instruction in the use of library resources, support scholarly communication at all steps of the research lifecycle, and provide research consultations to scholars and students at all levels. I am also a member of the Public Health Core Team and work to support the Biostatistics department in the School of Public Health.

My professional interests include bibliometrics, research impact, database design, topic analysis, digital archiving, podcasts, network theory, open access, copyleft, science communication, and equity in STEM.

Education:

MLIS, University of Wisconsin, Madison 2019 MS, Mathematics, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2011 BS, Mathematics (Major) & Humanistic Studies (Minor), University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, 2008

Curriculum Vitae (Including Publications and Presentations)

Mathematical Outreach and Communication:

Host and producer of the podcast Relatively Prime: Stories from the Mathematical Domain Occasional writer at The Aperiodical Mathematical History of Nottingham Video Series PRX STEM Story Grant: Three Letters Met on Broom Bridge Many, many, many live mathematics podcast recordings

 

 

Languages

English

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