Dr. Lee Chiang

Associate Professor of Mathematics

Phone: 202-884-9244
Office: Main 192


  • B.S., Applied Mathematics, University of Science and Technology of China
  • M.S., Mathematics, Anhui University, China
  • Ph.D., Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park


  • Differential Equations
  • Mathematical Modeling


  • Honorary Professor, Anhui University, China
  • Finalist (top 20), Drazek Teaching Excellence Award, University of Maryland, University College, 2005

Select Works Published

  • Modeling Interactions of Insurgency and Counterinsurgency by Differential Equations
    , The Washington Center's 2008 Summer Professorship and the Office of the Secretary of Defense/PA&E/Joint Data Support,


I have always believed that a teacher must love teaching in order to deliver the best teaching. Successful classroom teaching is based on two-way communication. Effective math teaching includes not only classroom instruction but also tutoring students individually and advising them on topics such as appropriate educational programs and career opportunities. More importantly, students should be actively engaged rather than being passively receiving mathematics concepts. The learning-teaching environment is a critical factor of success in mathematics/statistics learning.