Dr. Su is a Professor of Mathematics Education at Nova Southeastern University. She is the creator of Project MIND - Math Is Not Difficult®, a K-12 mathematics enhancement project currently being implemented in hundreds of classrooms throughout the Country. Project MIND has received numerous awards, including the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching from the National Science Foundation for its innovation and ability to help students, especially preschoolers, become excited about math and improve their math skills.
In addition, Angie is one of the authors of the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for mathematics for Florida. A recipient of the Governor's Points of Light Award for her innovative work with the homeless, Su was appointed by then-Governor Bush to serve on the state council for homelessness and, during reappointment, served as the Council Chair.
In 2007, Dr. Su received the Sun-Sentinel Publisher's Community Service Shining Star Award for Project MIND. Dr. Su is currently the President of the Florida Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (FAMTE). In 2009, she received the FAMTE's Mathematics Teacher Educator of the Year Award. Dr. Su has been the President of FAMTE since 2013. In addition, Dr. Su has been the Florida Distance Learning Association (FDLA) president from 2010 to 2021. Su received the 2013 Distance Learning Visionary Award for Distinguished Leadership for her work and services.
On March 13, 2015, students, colleagues, and educators gathered to dedicate and rename "The Somerset Neighborhood School House" to "The Dr. Hui Fang Angie Su Neighborhood School House" in honor of the life work of Founding Board Member, Dr. Hui Fang "Angie" Su.