OLIVER L.
HAIMSON,
Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

TEACHING

University of Michigan School of Information

Fall 2022

SI 429: Online Communities
SI 482: Interaction Design Studio

Winter 2022

SI 710: Gender, Sexuality, and Technology

Fall 2021

SI 315: Interpersonal and Psychological Implications of Social Media
SI 482: Interaction Design Studio

Fall 2020

SI 315: Interpersonal and Psychological Implications of Social Media
SI 482: Interaction Design Studio

Fall 2019

SI 315: Interpersonal and Psychological Implications of Social Media
SI 482: Interaction Design Studio

University of California, Irvine, School of Information and Computer Sciences

Winter 2016

ICS4: Human Factors for the Web

Carnegie Mellon University

2011-2012

Teaching Assistant, Principles of Economics


Guest Lectures, Class Discussions, and Invited Talks

Trans Health Online Communities and Opportunities for Technology-Mediated Patient / Provider Communication. 2022. As part of Health & Communities panel at HCIC.

Self-Expression and Identity Management panel. 2022. Microsoft.

Trans Technologies. 2022. To Count as Human: Gender-Based Inclusion and Exclusion in Digital Technologies.

Pursuing a PhD in Tech / Computing Fields. 2022. TransTech Summit.

Baking Gender Into Social Media Design: How Platforms Shape Categories for Users and Advertisers. 2022. Invited guest for Communication Technologies and Gender (COMS 472/521). Concordia University.

Some Things I've Learned About Survey Methods from Designing and Deploying Surveys, 2014-2022. 2022. Guest lecture for Research Methods (School of Information 840). University of Michigan.

Digital and Physical Barriers to Changing Identities. 2022. Invited guest for Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CPSC 359). Chapman University.

Designing Trans Technology. 2022. University College London Interaction Centre.

Applied Trans Studies X Digital Studies (panel moderator). 2022. Applied Transgender Technology Studies Symposium (co-organizer).

Paper Prototyping. Guest lecture for Introduction to Interaction Design (School of Information 582). University of Michigan. October 2021.

Tumblr was a Trans Technology: The Meaning, Importance, History, and Future of Trans Technologies. Invited guest for Race and Gender in Popular Culture (Gender Equality and Social Justice). Nipissing University. September 2021.

Disclosure, Stress, and Support During Gender Transition on Facebook. Invited guest for Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (Human-Centered Computing 727). University of Maryland, Baltimore County. April 2021.

Authenticity, Vulnerability, and Identity. Invited guest for Social Computing (Computer Science & Engineering 599). University of Washington. April 2021.

Designing Trans Technology. Carnegie Mellon University, Human-Computer Interaction Institute. March 2021. [video]

Privacy, Audience, and Online Communities. Guest lecture for Online Communities (School of Information 529). University of Michigan. March 2021.

Digital and physical barriers to changing identities. Invited guest for Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CPSC 359). Chapman University. March 2021.

Designing Trans Technology. Invited talk at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. February 2021.

Some Things I've Learned About Survey Methods from Designing and Deploying Surveys, 2014-2021. Guest lecture for Research Methods (School of Information 840). University of Michigan. February 2021.

Disclosure, Stress, and Support During Gender Transition on Facebook. Invited guest for Social Computing (Cognitive Science 123). University of California, San Diego. January 2021.

Disclosure, Stress, and Support During Gender Transition on Facebook. Invited guest for Research Design (Information School 570). University of Washington. October 2020.

Survey design and gender. Invited guest for Methodological Approaches (Gender Studies). University of Vienna. October 2020.

A Transgender-Inclusive Future of Work. Invited talk as part of A Conversation About An Inclusive Future of Work Panel at Microsoft Research New Future of Work Symposium. online. August 2020. [video]

Designing Trans Technology: Defining Challenges and Envisioning Community-Centered Solutions. fempower.tech #CHIversity talks. online. May 2020.

Designing Trans Technology: Defining Challenges and Envisioning Community-Centered Solutions. Michigan Interactive and Social Computing (MISC) CHI talks (with Zu Weinger). online. May 2020.

Life Transitions and Social Technologies: Research and Design for Times of Life Change. Invited talk at Oakland University. Rochester, MI. March 2020.

Defining and Designing Trans Technologies. Invited talk at University of Michigan Tech for Social Good. Ann Arbor, MI. February 2020.

Some Things I've Learned About Survey Methods from Designing and Deploying Surveys, 2014-2020. Guest lecture for Research Methods (School of Information 840). University of Michigan. February 2020.

Defining and Designing Trans Technologies. Invited talk at Northwestern University, Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing. Chicago, IL. January 2020.

Trans Technologies. Guest lecture for Software Space (Architecture 509). University of Michigan. October 2019.

Some Things I've Learned About Survey Methods from Designing and Deploying Surveys, 2014-2019. Guest lecture 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.