Kari Hansen, Ph.D

Assistant Professor
Department of Business / Faculty Secretary

Kari Hansen

Phone Numbers

202-250-2987 (VP)




Edward Miner Gallaudet Memorial Building 206

Office Hours

Wednesdays: 1:30 pm - 6:30 pm

  • Ph.D., Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation, University of Maryland, College Park, 2017
  • M.S. Applied Statistics, Rochester Institute of Technology, 2004
  • B.S. Applied Statistics, Rochester Institute of Technology, 2002
Short Biography

Kari Hansen attended mainstream classes from elementary to high school in San Jose, California. Kari then studied statistics at Rochester Institute of Technology, where she was also involved in the NTID Theater. She worked for the U.S. Census Bureau as a mathematical statistician focusing on economic data for retail, wholesale, and service industries. After five years at Census with supervisory experience, Kari now brings her experience and knowledge to students through business courses. Her doctorate degree is from University of Maryland, College Park in Measurement, Statistics and Evaluations, and focuses on small sample issues when evaluating items on educational assessments.

Courses taught in the last five years

Undergraduate Courses

YearCourse Title
2009 - 2019 BUS 231 – Business Statistics I
2018 – 2019 BUS 331 – Business Statistics II
2009 – 2019 BUS 391 – Production and Operations Management
2010 – 2019 BUS 421 – Marketing Research
2009 – 2011 BUS 221 – Marketing
2009 – 2019 BUS 101 – Introduction to Business
2012 BUS 395 – Business Communication
2014 BUS 295/GSR 230 – Insurance and the World of Work
  1. Rashid, K., Baldridge, T., Gershwind, R., & Kinyon, K. (2012, June). Navigating expectations of regulators and stakeholders. Presented at the conference for Accreditation Council of Business Schools & Programs, Baltimore, MD.
  2. Clark, Kari and Kinyon, D. “Can We Continue to Exclude Small Single-Establishment Businesses from Data Collection in the Annual Retail Trade Survey and the Service Annual Survey?”  2007 ICES-III publication.
  3. Clark, Kari and King, C. “Impact of Preliminary versus Final Economic Census Data on the Universe Extraction Process for Current Business Surveys”, 2007 Federal Committee on Statistical Methodology, https://fcsm.sites.usa.gov/files/2014/05/2007FCSM_Clark-II-C.pdf


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