Dr. Yang has served the School of Mathematics, Sciences and Engineering at UIW since 1997, with a five years excursion to industry. Prior to that, he taught at Shawnee State University in Portsmouth, Ohio. He is currently serving as Associate Dean for the School of Mathematics, Sciences and Engineering with some teaching responsibilities in the Department of Mathematics.
Other then teaching his favorite subject of mathematics, he has also served in various committees including vice president of the UIW faculty senate, and department chairs in the past.
In his spare time (if any), he likes to play music with the San Antonio Chinese Orchestra or enjoy photography of landscaping and wildlife.
Basic Algebra, Pane Geometry and Algebra, Math Core Course (Math for Liberal Arts), Mathematics Topics for Elementary Teachers I and II, Business Math, College Algebra I and II, Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry, Principle of Statistics, Pre-Calculus, Calculus I and II, Linear Algebra, Programming for Mathematics, Sciences and Engineering.
Calculus III and IV, Ordinary Differential Equations, Intermediate Analysis, Real Analysis, Modern Algebra I and II, Matrix Theory, Numerical Analysis, Foundation of Higher Math, Abstract Algebra and Number Theory, History of Mathematics, Mathematics Modeling.
Advance Geometry; Topology I; Introduction to Analysis; Real and Complex Analysis I and II; Linear Algebra and Matrix; Selected Topic: Numerical Analysis I and II.
A list of publications can be made available upon request.