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Liang, Jiajuan (full)
Jiajuan
(John)
Liang
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Business
Marketing & Quantitative Analysis
203.932.7354
Maxy 120F
Maxcy Hall
Personal

    Biography

    Dr. Liang actively involves in professional and academic activities such as serving as frequent referees for peer-reviewed statistical journals such as: Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series B and C), Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, Metrika,  Communications in Statistics –Theory and Methods,  TEST, Journal of Multivariate Analysis,  Statistics, Multivariate Behavioral Research, Journal of Statistical Planning & Inference,  Biometrical Journal, Statistics in Medicine, Statistics, Psychometrika, Statistics and Probability Letters . Dr. Liang is an active member of the American Statistical Association and is an active member of the International Chinese Statistical Association. For more information about Dr. Liang's research and teaching, please visit his personal website: http://newton.newhaven.edu/jliang .

    Education

    Ph.D. in Multivariate Statistics: Hong Kong Baptist University
    Master of Science in Multivariate Statistics: Nankai University, P.R. China
    Bachelor of Science in Mathematics: Nankai University, P.R. China

    Research Interests

    Data analysis methods

    Statistical model fitting

    Computational methods for complicated statistical models

    Statistical methods for management decision making

    Statistical modeling in quantitative finance

    Awards

    1) Mr. Daniel Kuo Kwok Chuen Postgraduate Scholarship in the academic year 1996-97 in Hong Kong Baptist University

    2) Summer Faculty Fellowship Awards (Summer Research Grants) for the academic years 2002-2010 at the University of New Haven

    3) Botwinik Travel Award for the academic year 2002-2003 at the University of New Haven

    4) Summer Research Fund Award for the academic years 2003-2004,2005-2006, 2007-2008 at the University of New Haven

    5) University of New Haven 2007 Excellence in Research/Creative Activity Award

    6) Award of University Research Scholar at the University of New Haven for the years 2010-2013 and 2013-2016

Academic Credentials
Industry Experience

    Teaching Experience

    Assistant Professor (1/1988--6/1994)

    Department of Statistics, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, China.

    Teaching courses:

    1) Introduction to Probability and Statistics

    2) Statistical Principle for Business and Economics

    3) Regression and Linear Models

    4) Multivariate Statistical Analysis

     5) Advanced Mathematics


    Lecturer (4--6/1999)

    Department of Statistics, University of California, Los Angeles

    Teaching course:

    Statistics 110B, Data Analysis: from elementary to intermediate, for undergraduates

     

    Lecturer (4--6/2000)

    Department of Statistics, University of California, Los Angeles

    Teaching courses:

    1) Statistics 100C, The Theory of Linear Models, for undergraduates

    2) Statistics 10, Statistical Reasoning, for undergraduates

     

    Lecturer (10--12/2000)

    Department of Statistics, University of California, Los Angeles

    Teaching courses:

    1) Statistics M11, Introduction to Statistical Methods for Business and Economics; for undergraduates

    2) Statistics 110A, Applied Statistics, for undergraduates;

    Lecturer (4--6/2001)

    Department of Statistics, University of California, Los Angeles

    Teaching course: Statistics 110A, Applied Statistics, for undergraduates

     

    Assistant Professor (9/2001—8/2007)

    Department of Quantitative Analysis, School of Business, University of New Haven, Connecticut

    Teaching courses:

    1) Probability and Statistics for business majors (for undergraduates)

    2) Business Mathematics (for undergraduates)

    3) Statistics for Managers (for MBA students)

    4) Operations Management (for MBA students)

     

    Associate Professor (9/2007--)

    Department of Management, College of Business, University of New Haven, Connecticut

    Teaching courses:

    1) Probability and Statistics for business majors (for undergraduates)

    2) Business Mathematics (for undergraduates)

    3) Statistics for Managers (for MBA students)

Curriculum Vitae