About LIM College
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Kikuno Nonoyama has taught at LIM College since 2007, starting as an adjunct faculty member that year and becoming a full-time faculty member in 2014. She teaches Elements of Algebra, Introduction to Algebra, College Algebra and Statistics.
Prior to joining LIM, Professor Nonoyama assisted financial consultants at Merrill Lynch and worked as market research analyst and translator at Okato Shoji Company, where her responsibilities included analyzing the U.S. commodity future and foreign exchange markets.
A member of the American Statistical Association and the Golden Key National Honor Society, Professor Nonoyama also teaches on both the undergraduate and graduate levels at the City University of New York. She holds a Master of Arts degree in Statistics from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a concentration in Finance from the City University of New York.