Chair: Rosalyn M. King, Northern Virginia Community College
| Vice Chair: Heather R. Parker, Saint Leo University-Fl
| Secretary: Sushma Shukla,Virginia International University
| Director: Brian Jacobs, panOpen-CT/NY
| Director: Longqing Li, Christopher Newport University-VA
| Director: Jia Yu, Christopher Newport University-VA
| Liaison: Catie Bridges, Potomac State College-WVU
| Liaison: Irene J. Dabrowski, St. John's University-NY
| Liaison: Satarupa Das, Montgomery College-MD
| Liaison: Philip C. Dolce, Bergen Community College-NJ
| Liaison: Carolyn Pevey, Germanna Community College--VA
| Liaison: Babita Srivastava, William Paterson, University-NJ
| Liaison: Katrina Spigner, Columbia College-SC
| Emeritus: Frank J. Cavaioli, Professor Emeritus, Farmingdale State, SUNY-NY
| Emeritus: Gene Grabiner, Erie Community College-New York
| Emeritus: Gerard Morin, Northern Essex Community College-Mass.
| Emeritus: George Skau, Professor Emeritus, Bergen Community College-NJ
| Emeritus: Elizabeth Wilcoxson, Northern Essex Community College-Mass.
| Emeritus: Paul Zigo, Director, World War II Era Studies Institute-New Jersey
Director: Longqing Li, Christopher Newport University-VA
Department of Economics, School of Social Sciences, 1 Avenue of the Arts, Newport News, VA, 23606, 797-594-8170
Lecturer of Economics
Longqing Li, PhD. is a Lecturer of Economics in the School of Social Sciences at the Christopher Newport University in Newport News, Virginia. He is also an editor of multiple peer-reviewed journal articles.
Dr. Li finished his undergraduate study in Shandong Province off the east coast of China, and obtained a bachelor degree in Accounting. During his undergraduate studies he became fascinated by the economic way of thinking and greatly intrigued by the power and beauty of social science subjects. Later, he decided to pursue his graduate studies in Economics at Suffolk University in Boston, MA. Dr. Li obtained his MA in Economics in 2014 and completed the PhD dissertation defense in Economics in 2018.
Dr. Li is deeply committed to higher education teaching and emphasizes cultivating a student-centered learning environment. He is broadly interested in innovative teaching, the leadership of learning and advancement of higher education to promote social, behavioral and allied sciences. Currently he is working on a research project that studies how to properly use mobile learning platforms to advance studentsí involvement in the class and improve learning outcomes.
Dr. Li's primary research interest is in financial economics, risk modeling and management and macroeconomic business cycles. His research has been published in academic peer-reviewed journals and he has given research presentations in Economics and social science conferences on multiple occasions.