Hagman joins advising team

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Jacob Hagman, Academic Advisor and Coordinator of Graduate Affairs for MSIM and MSBIO

Jacob Hagman joined the iSchool as academic advisor and coordinator of graduate affairs on December 12. In this position, he will provide academic advising and support to students in the MS in information management and MS in bioinformatics degree programs.

Hagman previously served as an academic advisor for the College of Media. Prior to working for Media, he advised nursing, journalism, communication, film, and undecided majors at Ohio University. He earned his bachelor's degree in communication and religions and master's degree in social sciences from Ohio University. In his free time, Hagman enjoys exploring locally owned restaurants, playing the ukulele, listening to history and sports podcasts, and learning about life sciences and Minecraft from his son.

"I am looking forward to working with graduate students from a variety of backgrounds and professional/educational experiences and interests," said Hagman. 

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