Consumer Behavior; Social Media Marketing; Digital Marketing; Brand Management
Instructor, Principles of Marketing (Undergraduate), Fall 2017-Spring 2019; Instructor Rating: 4.9/5.0; Digital Marketing (Undergraduate), Fall 2017; 2018, Spring 2019 Instructor Rating: 4.5/5.0; 4.9/5.0; Social Media Marketing (Undergraduate & Graduate), Fall 2018, 2019, Spring 2020; Instructor Rating: 4.9/5.0 Frank. G. Zarb School of Business, Hofstra University
Instructor, Consumer Behavior (Undergraduate), Spring 2014; Darla Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina. Instructor Rating: 4.2/5.0 Nominated by the students forthe Excellent Teaching Award
Teaching Assistant, Principles of Marketing (Undergraduate), Spring 2013; College of Business, City University of Hong Kong; Integrated Marketing Communication (MBA), Spring, 2016, University of South Carolina
Instructor, China Business (Undergraduate), Fall 2012, Spring 2009, Fall 2008, Fall 2007; College of Business, City University of Hong Kong. Avg Rating: 6.0/7.0
"She is very passionate about the subject. Professor Huang really encouraged participation and both personal and class growth throughout the semester, both academically and socially. I really felt like Li cared about us as a class and our success in the future. She was a very competent professor who tried extremely hard to be fair and accommodating. I would take this professor again and definitely recommend her to my peers."
"She truly enjoys teaching and wants her class to do well. Innovative teaching style, involving students and social media. Really interesting."
"She was extremely knowledgeable about the material and presented in an interesting and stimulating way. She really loved teaching and you could tell. She was always concerned about the success of her students and making sure they were doing well and were getting something from the course. She was a fantastic person all around and should continue teaching at USC!"
" Very knowledgeable and creative. I think she created a very innovate classroom experience."
"Material was very relatable and useable in the real world. It made sense why we were taking the course which is sometimes hard in other classes."
"Innovative, and different from normal straight lecture classes."