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Senfeng Liang


Senfeng Liang joined the Department of Mathematical Sciences at UW-Stevens Point in 2014. He began his career teaching statistics and probability math courses at the University of New Hampshire. Liang’s research interests are large-scale data analysis in mathematics education and parental involvement. On campus, Liang serves on the Scholarship Commitee for the Department of Mathematical Sciences.   


Du, R. Liang, S. & Wu, P. (Accepted). How to better prepare accounting students for a data heavy curriculum: An empirical study on students’ attitudes and beliefs about mathematics. The Accounting Educators’ Journal.

Liang, S., Du, R., & Ma, Z. (2022). Which Math Skill Matters the Most in Accounting Learning?. Journal of Accounting and Finance, 22(2).

Liang, S., Freeman, B., & Leahy, L. (2020). Teaching Cross-Sections in a Computer Environment – Using 3D Builder. Wisconsin Teacher of Mathematics. Issue 1, 19-22.


  • Theory and Practice in Language Studies, reviewer
  • Committee on Undergraduate Teacher Education–Mathematics, member (CUTEM)
  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, member (2007–present)
  • Wisconsin Mathematics Council, member (2015–present)


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Associate Professor, Math Education

SCI D329


Ph.D. - Mathematics Education
University of Maryland-College Park


Applied Calculus
Fundamental Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Teachers II
Student Teaching in Mathematics