By TYLER ELLYSON UNK Communications There’s an intrinsic beauty Jia Huang sees in mathematics. The University of Nebraska at Kearney associate professor enjoys the process of analyzing a problem, then developing ways to attack it. “And if I’m lucky enough, I have the answer in the end,” he said. That’s another draw. In math, there’s usually a definite answer. You’re either right or wrong. “Even without any application, sometimes the result itself already … [Read more...] about Applying Algebra: Jia Huang sees beauty of mathematics, student research