OLIVER L.
HAIMSON,
Ph.D.

TEACHING

Fall 2019

Assistant Professor, University of Michigan School of Information
SI 315: Interpersonal and Psychological Implications of Social Media
SI 482: Interaction Design Studio

Winter 2016

Instructor, University of California, Irvine, School of Information and Computer Sciences
ICS4: Human Factors for the Web

2011-2012

Teaching Assistant, Carnegie Mellon University
Principles of Economics


Guest Lectures

Some Things I've Learned About Survey Methods from Designing and Deploying Surveys, 2014-2019. Invited guest for Research Methods (School of Information 840). University of Michigan. February 2019.

Relationship Breakups and Media Ideologies on Facebook. Invited guest for Interpersonal & Psychological Implications of Social Media (School of Information 315). University of Michigan. October 2017.

Understanding Interfaces, Users, and Tasks. Guest lecture for Introduction to HCI (Info 608). Drexel University. July 2017.

Identity, Self-Disclosure, and Social Media. Invited talk at University of Pittsburgh, i3 iSchool Inclusion Institute (with Nazanin Andalibi). Pittsburgh, PA. June 2017.

Research and Design for Sensitive Populations. Invited guest for User-Centered Design (COSC 480) (with Nazanin Andalibi). Colgate University. November 2016.

Online Identity. Guest lecture for Mediated Interpersonal Communication (Communications 350). University of Hawaii. May 2015.

Using Online Data to Understand Issues of Gender, Sexuality, Identity, and Public Health. Invited workshop at University of Pittsburgh, i3 iSchool Inclusion Institute. Pittsburgh, PA. June 2014.

Information Visualization and Narrative. Guest lecture for Social Analysis of Computing (Informatics 161). University of California, Irvine. Irvine, CA. October 2013.

Network and Information Visualization. Invited workshop at University of Pittsburgh, i3 iSchool Inclusion Institute. Pittsburgh, PA. June 2013.