Who am I?
I am a Japanese/mixed European scientist, librarian, and educator.
I am currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln acting as a science librarian in the areas of: Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics and Astronomy.
I belong to several professional organizations focused on libraries, education, science and technology. My research and educational interests are in STEM education and career issues, diversity, library management, mentoring, and teaching.
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry, with Minors in Music and History, from the University of Redlands, and a M.S.L.I.S. from Drexel University. For more details about my scholarship, education, and professional development activities please see Presentations, Publications, Etc..
Books, music, theater, history, travel, and needlework are just a few of my other interests.
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I do not screen for disagreeing with me, or pointing out errors, but I do screen for posts that are clearly spam posted solely to drive people toward websites to make money.
I reserve the right to delete any comment with heavy use of profanity or the disparaging of people, this is my space and I expect people to be civil even when they vehemently disagree with myself or others.
The views and opinions expressed here are my own and are not related to, nor representative of, any library or institution which I may be affiliated with.