Professor Di Huang, Ph.D., obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics in China. She then completed her study in Master in Business Administration (MBA), Master in Financial Mathematics, and Ph.D. in Finance at the University of Connecticut. Huang taught finance as an assistant professor at Alma College. The courses she taught include Financial Management, Managerial Finance, Investments, Advanced Finance, Case Study in Finance, and Financial Literacy. She is a member of the Financial Management Association (FMA). Her paper, “Target Information Asymmetry and Takeover Strategy: Insights from a New Perspective,” was published by the European Financial Management Journal. She currently serves as the China Coordinator at Adrian College.