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Lily C. Huang
School of Nursing

Lily Chau-e Chiu Huang, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Nursing

B.S., National Taiwan University; M.A., mathematics, University of Michigan, 1968; Ph.D., psychology, University of Michigan, 1971.

University of Michigan, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: lecturer in psychology, September 1, 1972; visiting lecturer in psychology, January 1, 1975. University of Michigan, School of Nursing: adjunct associate professor in nursing, February 15, 1976; associate professor of nursing (nursing research faculty), January 1, 1977 – May 31, 1984.

Huang’s dissertation topic at the University of Michigan was “Expected Risk Function.” Her work has been published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology and the Journal of Mathematical Psychology.