Western Michigan University
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- Ph.D., Mathematics, Michigan State University, 1995
- MA., Mathematics, Jordan University, 1989
Dr. Zhang has authored or co-authored six textbooks on Graph Theory, Discrete Mathematics, and Mathematical Proofs and six special topics books in Graph Theory. She has authored or co-authored over 340 research articles in algebraic combinatorics and graph theory. The book titled "The Fascinating World of Graph Theory," co-authored with Arthur Benjamin and Gary Chartrand and published by Princeton University Press and translated into Chinese and Japanese, was named a 2015 Choice Magazine Outstanding Academic Title in Mathematics, one of only nine books selected. Her co-edited 2013 book "Handbook of Graph Theory" is the most comprehensive single-sourced guide to graph theory and has originated major areas of research. Dr. Zhang’s publications on MathSciNet.
Dr. Zhang has directed the dissertations of 26 doctoral students at Western Michigan University. In addition, she has served as a second reader, external examiner, or member of 33 doctoral dissertation committees. She has also supervised numerous research projects with graduate and undergraduate students.