Engineering & Mathematics Librarian
As the Engineering and Mathematics Librarian, my main duties are to act as library liaison with the math, computer science, and engineering departments. This includes providing research assistance for students, staff, and faculty, presenting library information sessions, working on the course and subject guide webpages, and enabling access to new and relevant reference materials for the engineering and math departments. I am also always available to answer any reference questions on those topics for all UM-Dearborn community members. I am very excited to be a part of such a great team and am excited to support the UM-Dearborn community in any way I can!
I have a Masters of Library and Information Science from Wayne State University. I also have a graduate certificate in Archival Administration and am a Certified Archivist. Most recently I was the Color and Materials Librarian, managing the Color and Materials Library at the College for Creative Studies. In that role I did instruction, and collection development around material science, sustainability, trend forecasting, and visual perception. I was also the liaison to all the Design Departments and Graduate Studies programs at the College.
My undergraduate degree is in Education from UM-Flint. Which there I earned triple teaching certifications in early childhood education, mathematics, and English language arts. I taught in public and charter schools across Metro-Detroit and the Richmond, Virginia area, as well as developing and presenting public education programming at the Detroit Science Center and The Henry Ford Museum.
The Mardigian Library has one LulzBot 3D printer and we offer a 3D printing service for current students, faculty, and staff of the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
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