Dr. Shizhu (Kathy) Liu is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (NYU). Her Ph.D. study was advised by Dr. Erwin Lutwak, Dr. Gaoyong Zhang and Dr. Deane Yang. Her research interest is in the field of Convex Geometry and Information Theory.
Shizhu has been happily teaching undergraduate math courses at NYU for more than three years. After serving as a Data Science Consultant in a reinsurance company in recent summers, Shizhu realizes the power and fun of working with data, and starts to apply analytics and data visualization to solve problems in business settings and higher education industry. When not working, she can be found watching Broadway shows in theater district, practicing golf at Chelsea Piers and swimming in NYU Palladium gym.
Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2018
New York University
M.A. in Applied Economics, 2012
B.A. in Economics, 2011
Clinical Assistant Professor of Mathematics, New York University, Sept 2018 - present
Adjunct Professor, New York University, Sept 2014 - Aug 2018
Data Science Consultant, Maiden Reinsurance North America, June - Aug 2016 and June - Aug 2017
Acting Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Mathematics Tandon School of Engineering NYU, Aug 2016 - Aug 2017
Math Workshop Coordinator, Department of Mathematics Tandon School of Engineering NYU, Sept 2013 - Dec 2015
Clinical Assistant Professor, NYU, Fall 2018 - present
Adjunct Instructor, NYU, Fall 2014 - Summer 2018
Focused Recitation/Math Workshop Instructor, NYU, Fall 2014 - present
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📝 📝 (The Project Section is under construction)
Jun 22 2016, a presentation at NYC Data Science Academy
Model includes covariates of students’ demographic data, standardized exam test scores, high school performance. Codes were written in R with an interactive interface App. Due to FERPA sensitive information, please email for details.
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