Author Profile

Mark Hamner | Vice Provost for Institutional Research and Improvement, Texas Woman’s University

Current Position and Past Experience
Mark Hamner is currently Vice Provost for Institutional Research and Improvement at Texas Woman’s University, where he is also Professor of Mathematics. Previously, he served as Assistant Provost for Institutional Research and Data Management at TWU. As a faculty member, he has chaired or directed student research on dozens of doctoral dissertations, master’s theses and professional papers, and is well published on his own. In 2021, Mark received the George R. Mach Distinguished Service Award for his many contributions to Kappa Mu Epsilon, the national mathematics honor society. At TWU, he received the 2011 Distinction in Teaching Award and the 2008 Mary Mason Lyon Award recognizing distinguished junior faculty members.

Education, Honors and Achievements
Mark holds a Ph.D. in Statistics, an M.A. in Statistics, and an M.S. in Mathematics from Baylor University. His B.A. in Mathematics is from The University of Texas at Austin.

Personal Details and Community Involvement
Mark is active in the lives of his children and enjoys watching them excel on the soccer field. He is an avid Texas Longhorn fan and supporter; stays fit with regular trips to the gym; enjoys traveling, especially reconnecting with his family in Spain and San Antonio; and savoring fine food, complex IPAs, and the warm fellowship of family and friends.