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CMS Annual Report to Members 2000
Andy Liu (Alberta)
Andy Liu (Alberta)
I acknowledge with thanks the support and advice of the members of the Education Committee: Jacques Belair (representing CAIMS), Afton H. Cayford (representing MAA), John Grant McLoughlin (also representing CMESG), Jennifer Hyndman, Jacqueline Klasa, Andy C.F. Liu, Morris Orzech (past chair) and Keith Taylor (CMS Executive).
Andy Liu (Alberta)
The Team Leader was Dr. Andy Liu (University of Alberta), the Deputy Team Leader was Dr. Christopher Small, (University of Waterloo) and the Deputy Team Leader - Observer was Ms. Viktoria Mineva (Alberta International College).
More information is available from the CMS web site and from the article written by Andy Liu
in the December 2000 issue of the CMS Notes.
Andy Liu, Christopher Small, Viktoria Mineva (the team leaders)
The trainers were Andy Liu
, Christopher Small, and Viktoria Mineva.
India Gazette â€“ National News Bureau
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TWO CANADIANS HONOURED FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS
OTTAWA, Ontario -- The winner of the Canadian Mathematical Society's2003 Adrien Pouliot Award for mathematics Education is Dr. Andy Liu.
2003 Adrien Pouliot Award - Dr. Andrew Chiang-Fung Liu
, University of Alberta
The Adrien Pouliot Award is for individuals, or teams of individuals, who have made significant and sustained contributions to mathematics education in Canada.
In 1980 Andy Liu joined the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at the University of Alberta.
Since that time he
has had a profound effect on mathematics education at the University, in the Secondary Schools, in the City and in the province.
passionate commitment to the study of mathematics and to innovative techniques allows him to share his
knowledge with students of all ages; and his
unique ability to present difficult concepts in a clear and logical manner helps his
students to learn and understand rather than to simply memorize.
Without a doubt, Dr. Liu
, with his
remarkable talent and devotion has made truly significant and sustained contributions to mathematics education in Canada and around the world for over a quarter of a century.
If there is a mathematical activity taking place in Edmonton, you can be sure that Andy
is somewhere nearby.
He is a regular speaker at schools of all levels as well as at conferences on mathematics education; and he has served as a resource person for the Edmonton Association for Bright Children.
is a devoted supporter of mathematics competitions using them as a way to motivate and promote interest in mathematics at the local, provincial, national and international levels.
has founded and edited six issues per year of a newsletter, Postulate, for high school students and their teachers; he
has prepared teaching materials for a number of Mathematics Olympiad courses; and he
has conducted training sessions for the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) teams from several nations, including Canada. In July, he
led the Canadian Team to the 2003 IMO in Japan where the team tied for 12th out of 83 countries.
The team received two Gold and three Bronze medals, including the first female Canadian student to win a Gold medal and the youngest ever Canadian team member to win Gold.
impact is indeed felt around the world and in 1995 he
received the IMO Certificate of Appreciation and the David Hilbert International Award for the promotion of Mathematics Competitions.
expertise extends to the publishing world well beyond Postulate.
He is on the editorial boards of several international journals, including CRUX Mathematicorum, the problem-solving journal of the Canadian Mathematical Society; and he is a contributor to international journals such as Mathematics Digest, Function, and Excaliber.
Since 1992, Andy
has won 11 University national and international teaching and education related awards including 3M Teaching Fellowships
, the Canadian Professor of the Year
Award, the 2002 Distinguished Teaching Award from the Mathematical Association of America
, and now, most recently, the 2003 Adrien Pouliot Award of the Canadian Mathematical Society
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Andrew is a junior pursuing an AB/SM degree in math and computer science.
He is currently a research assistant in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory investigating computational models of human cognition, as well as a full-time student building perspective and personal vision through learning experiences like Tech in the World.
Andrew was previously a data scientist and pedagogical researcher at Udacity, an algorithmic trader at Jump Trading, and a finalist in the Siemens and Intel science competitions for his research on transplant rejection at Stanford Medical School.
Dr. Andy Liu
Dr. Andy Liu