Hoan Duong, Ph.D.
Ph.D. Mathematics, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada
M.S. Mathematics, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada
B.A. Mathematics, Concordia university, Montreal, Canada
Lecturer of Mathematics
Central Academic Building 338E
Office (210) 784-2253
In 2016, Hoan Duong joined Texas A&M University-San Antonio as a Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences. Prior to coming to TAMUSA, he was an Associate Professor at San Antonio College having served for over 15 years. Hoan has taught a range of courses from Developmental Mathematics and College Algebra to Calculus III, as well as Statistics, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Computer Programming. He is dedicated to providing online interactive lecture notes and had been recognized as effective instructor.
He is interested in students’ learning and supported a variety of programs to help students succeed such as students in the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), a program that encouraged minority students to engage in STEM research. Dr. Duong also has mentored students for the Putnam Mathematical Competition.
Hoan has a breadth of interest in the sciences that began when he studied Chemical Engineering in Vietnam, and, currently, is interested in Special Relativity. In addition, his diverse experience includes having worked in Quality Assurance for a software company as well as working as a drafter using AutoCad. In his free time, he plays tennis and develops online teaching materials.