Cheng “Jason” Jiang

Assistant Professor of Instruction in Finance and Director of Quantitative Software Education

  • Finance
Office:Alter Hall 437

Dr. Cheng (Jason) Jiang is an assistant professor of instruction in finance, and the director of quantitative software education of Fox School of Business at Temple University. His teaching and research specialty lies in the fields of financial econometrics, corporate finance, and financial economics.

Dr. Jiang has a demonstrated record of success as an instructor at Temple University, where he taught several undergraduate and graduate courses. He has received the Faculty of the Year award for the past two consecutive years in the master program in finance. He was also the recipient of two Fox Crystal Awards and was named as 2016 Dean’s Teaching Fellows because of his consistently excellent teaching performance.

Dr. Jiang innovatively founded and taught the school-wide online quantitative software education program. He developed several online courses to teach students cutting-edge software such as SAS, Stata, R, and etc.

Prior to joining Temple University, his work experience includes an investment and wealth management internship at Morgan Stanley, a quantitative research analyst internship at Gurtin Fixed Income Management, and a stock portfolio wealth management internship at UBS.

Dr. Jiang earned his Master’s degree in Economics and Ph.D. degree in Economics from the University of California, Riverside, where he also received Dean’s Distinguished Fellowship, Dissertation Year Program Fellowship, and University Teaching Certificate Award.