Heidi Ross teaches social foundations and comparative and international education courses in the Educational Policy Studies program. Her primary interests include education and schooling in China, and she is director of Indiana University's East Asian Studies Center.
Ross has investigated gender socialization, secondary schooling, and environmental education in Chinese schools and the difficulties faced by faculty at China’s private colleges and universities as China experiences an unprecedented demand for higher education. Most recently, Ross has been involved in two longer-term field based projects. One is a longitudinal study of girls' educational access and expectations in rural China. The second is a collaborative project with other IU and Chinese colleagues, “Developing National Student Engagement Surveys for Chinese Secondary and Higher Education: Effective Practice for an Era of Mass Schooling.” The project includes implementation of IU-developed surveys that measure student engagement in China's diverse institutions of higher education.
Ross collaborates with many graduate students and regularly co-presents and co-authors conference papers and articles with them. Ross has also partnered with the University of Illinois to establish the IL/IN East Asian Education Network Dissertation Workshop. The two schools have co-hosted five workshops, giving doctoral students from other universities the chance to present their research and to get feedback and support.
“The longer I’m in academe the more I’ve felt that living as a scholar, teacher, and occasional administrator demands vigilance about the ends of education, to understand what is crucial to our work—and what we are willing to give up,” says Ross. “I realize the two things I can’t give up are collaboration and inter-disciplinary research. Both are crucial to my health as a scholar and human being. Trying to redress problems collaboratively, comparatively, and globally—well, that is a kind of hope in the possibility of taking a journey of solidarity.”
PhD Educational Foundations, Policy and Administration, July 1987, University of Michigan
MA Education, Applied Linguistics, December 1978, University of Michigan
- Heidi Ross and Yimin Wang, Chinese Students Going Abroad for China Handbook: Education in China by Berkshire Publishing, 2013.
- Ross, H. and Wang, L. 2013. (guest editors). Vocational High Schools in China. ChineseEducation and Society. (forthcoming).
- Ross, H and Wang, YM. 2012. Discourses of the National and the Global: A Case Study of CrazyEnglish. In Chilton, P., Cao, Q., Qian, H. (Eds.)Reinventing Identities: The Poetics ofLanguage Use in Post-reform China.Tianjing: Nankai University Press, 97-117.
- Wang, YM, and Ross, H. 2013. Looking Forward: Rethinking the National Education ReformBlueprint. Chinese Education and Society (in press).
- Wang, Y. and Ross, H. China Handbook: Education in China by Berkshire Publishing, 2013.
- Ross, H. and Lou, JJ, Editors. 2013. Rural Schooling in China. Routledge Press, Critical Studies inChinese Education Series (forthcoming).
- Wang, YM and Ross, H. 2013. Social Meanings of a Green School in Rural China Built by an International NGO: Challenges, Complexities and Local Voices on Education forCarolyn A. Brown (ED), Sustainable Development in Globalisation, International Education Policy and Local Policy Formation, Springer Publishing.
- Ross, H. Wang,Y.HumanizingGlobalization:SixScholars BridgeEastand West through Comparative andInternational Education. Education and Global Cultural Dialogue:A Tribute to Ruth Hayhoe. Eds. K. MundyandQ.Zha. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 83-104.
- Ross, H. and Wang, Y. 2013. (guest editors) Challenges of the Chinese Entrance Examinations. InChinese Education and Society, Part II (in press).
- Ross, H. Wang, Y. Wang, L. .Re-connecting Spring Bud, Yucai, and McTyeire Girls:Reflections on the Promise and Challenges of Transnational Support for GirlsEducationCIES Gender Education Committee Newsletter. forthcoming, 2013.
- Ross, H., Cen, Y.H., and Zhou, G. 2011. Assessing Student Engagement in China: Responding to Localand Global Discourse on Raising Educational Quality Current Issues in Comparative Education, Vol. 14(1): 24-37.
- Ross, H. 2011. Challenging the Gendered Dimensions of Schooling in Eds. Tamara Jacka and Sally Sargeson. Rural Women, Gender and Development in China. Edward Elgar Pub, pp. 143-170.
- Ross, H and Wang, YM. 2011. Reforming the College Entrance Examination: Epicenter ofTension, Change and Resistance. In Wiseman, A. W. Huang, T. D.(Eds.)The Impact andTransformation of Education Policy in China (Volume 16 in the International Perspectives onEducation and SocietySeries) (pp. 209-236). Bingley, U.K.: Emerald Publishing.
- Ross, H., Shah, P., and Wang, L. 2011. Ross, H., Payal Shah and Lei Wang. 2011. SituatingEmpowerment for Millennial School Girls in Gujarat, India and Shaanxi, China. FeministFormations Journal23, 23-47.
- Ross, H. and Wang, YM. 2010. Guest Editors Introduction to the College Entrance Examination in China: An Overview of Its Social-Cultural Foundations, Existing Problems, and Consequences. Chinese Education and Society 43:4 (July-August), 3-10.
- Ross, H. 2010. Challenging the Gendered Dimensions of Schooling in Eds. Tamara Jacka and Sally Sargeson. Rural Women, Gender and Development in China. Edward Elgar Pub. (in press).
- Wang, Y.M. and Ross, H. 2010. Experiencing the Change and Continuity of the College EntranceExamination: A Case Study of Gaokao County, 1996-2010. Chinese Education and Society. 43: 4 (July-August, 75-93.
- Ross, H., Zhang, R. and Zhao, W. 2010. The Reconfiguration of State-University-Student Relationshipsin Post/socialist China. in Silova, I. (Ed.). Post-socialism is not dead: (Re)reading the global in comparative education. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.
- Ross, H. and Wang, YM. 2010. Between the Discourses of the Global and the National: A Case Studyof Crazy English in John Benjamins, (Ed.)Discourse and Social Transformations in Contemporary China. (in press).
- Ross, H. and Cen, Yuhao. 2009. Fudan University. Berkshire Encyclopedia of China. Berkshire Publishing Group, 876-877.
- Heidi Ross and Yuhao Cen, (Co-editors) Chinese Higher Education Assessment and Evaluation Chinese Education and Society (November and December) 42.1, 3-7 and whole special issue.
- Luo Y, Ross, H. and Cen, YH. 2009. Viewing the Development of the NSSE-China Survey Tool from an International Comparative Perspective: Cultural Adaption and Reliability [guoji bijiao shiye zhong de gaodeng jiaoyu celiang NSSE-China gongju de kaifa wenhua shiying yu xinxiaodu baogao] Tsinghua Journal of Education.
- Ross, H. and Jingjing Lou. 2009. Education in Rural Areas. Encyclopedia of Modern China. Detroit: Charles Scribners Sons, 473-476.
- Ross, H. and Cen, Yuhao. 2009. St. Johns University. Berkshire Encyclopedia of China. Berkshire Publishing Group, 2093-2095.
- Tom Gieryn, David Hakken and Heidi Ross. 2008 Cross-cultural Challenge in THinking about Innovation and Creativity. Georgia Tech Conference on Challenges and Opportunities for Innvation in the Changing Global Economy.
- Heidi Ross, Yan Luo and Yuhao Cen. 2008. A Comparison of Educational Quality: Student Engagement in U.S. and China. [tsinghua daxue he meiguo daxue zai xuexi guocheng zhibiao shang de bijiao: yi zhong gaodeng jiaoyu zhiliang guan] Tsinghua Journal of Education. 2, 36-42.
- Ross, H. and L. Wang. 2008. Educating Girls as Community Leaders: Contradictions in one Spring Bud Project in Rural Shaanxi, China Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. 1:1, 81-113.
- Ross, H. and Lou, J. 2008 Pathways to Peace: Imag(in)ing the Voices of Chinese and American Middle School Students in Jing Lin and D. Christa Bruhn (EDS) Educators as Peace Makers: Transforming Education for Global Peace (New York: Teachers College Press), 3-21.
- Ross, H., Lou, J.J. and Wang, L. 2008. Keeping the Promise: Lessons from the 1990 Institute Spring Bud Project 1990 Institute Newsletter, 3, 8-11.
- Jingjing Lou and Heidi Ross (Co-editors) The Road to Free Compulsory Education in China: Policy Formation and Implementation. Chinese Education and Society. (January-February) 41:1.
- Ross, H, Lou, Jingjing, Wang, Lei, Zhang, Ran and Cen, Yuhao. 2007. ChildhoodChina. In IrvingEpstein (Ed) The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Childrens Issues Worldwide, 99-122.
- Ross, H. 2007. Generally Educated Teachers: Engaging the Friction between Local and Global Knowledge in Bjork, et al (Eds) Taking Teachers Seriously: What we can learn fromEducators at Liberal Arts Institutions.(Paradigm Press), pp. 132-148.
- Ross, H. 2007. review of Limin Bai, Shaping the Ideal Child, Children and Their Primers in LateImperial China. (The Chinese University Press) The American Historical Review. (October)112:4, 1148-1149.
- Ross, H. 2007. Policy as Practice, Agency as Voice, Research as Intervention: Imag(in)g Girls Education in China in Mary Ann Maslak, (Ed.) The Agency and Structure of Female Education (SUNY Press), 233-252.
- Bjork, Christopher, D. Kay Johnston, and Heidi Ross (Eds) 2007. Taking Teachers Seriously: What we can learn from Educators at Liberal Arts Institutions(Paradigm Press).
- Seeberg, V Ross, H., Tan, G. and Liu, J. 2007. The Case for Prioritizing Education For Girls Left Behind In Remote Rural China. In David Baker and Alexander Wiseman, (EDS) International Perspectives on Education and Society, Volume 8,Education for All: Global Promises, National Challenges, (Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd)Vol. 8, 111-158.
- Ross, H. and Wang, L. 2006. A Report on the Girls Middle School Principals Survey. Tao Xing Zhi Research Group, Beijing, September.
- Ross, H. and Ran Zhang. 2006. The Changing Landscape of Rule of Law and Students Rights in China,Introduction. Chinese Education and Society (May-June) 39:3, 3-9.
- Ross, H. 2006. The Girls Left Behind. Guanxi, the China Letter. (June) 1:1, 1, 8-11.
- Zhang, Ran and H. Ross 2006, (guest editors) The Changing Landscape of Rule of Law and Students Rights in China (II) Chinese Education and Society. (July-August) 39:4.
- Ross, H. 2006. The Pathways to Peace Project: Visual Voices from Xi He Middle School. 1990 Institute Newsletter, 17:1, 5, 8-9, 14-15.
- Ross, H. and R. Zhang. 2006, (guest editors) The Changing Landscape of Rule of Law and StudentsRights in China, Chinese Education and Society, (May-June) 39:3.
- Ross, H. 2006. Schools and Gender Stratification: The State, NGOs and Transnational Alliances in Gerry Postiglione (Ed.) Education, Social Change, and Stratification in China, Inequality in a Market Economy. Armonk, NY: M.E.Sharpe, pp 25-50.
- Ross, H. 2006. Girls Education Discourse and Practice in China: Conceptualizing the Sources andOutcomes of Reform, (in Chinese) Soong Qing Ling Foundation and the Ministry of Education, Beijing, 56-83.
- Ross, H. and Jing Lin. 2006. Social Capital Formation through Chinese School Communities in EmilyHannum and Bruce Fuller, Eds., Childrens Lives and Schooling Across Societies, Research in the Sociology of Education Vol. 15, Elsevier, Ltd., pp 43-69.
- Ross, H. and Jingjing, Lou, 2005. Glocalizing Chinese Higher Education: Groping for Stones to Cross the River. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies. (Winter) 12:1, 227-250.
- Ross, H. 2005. review of Ka-Ho Mok, ed. Centralization and Decentralization, Educational Reforms and Changing Governance in Chinese Societies. (Hong Kong: Comparative Education Research Centre, The University of Hong Kong, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003) for Comparative Education Review, 49:2, 289-292.
- Lin, J. and H. Ross, 2005. Addressing Urgent Needs: The Emergence of Environmental Education in China, China Environment Series Issue #7, Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, D.C. pp. 74-78.
- Ross, H. and Jing Lin. 2005. Social Capital Formation through Chinese School Communities in Emily Hannum and Bruce Fuller, Eds., Research in the Sociology of Education, Childrens Lives and Schooling Across Diverse Societies Vol. 15.
- Ross, H. with contributions by Jingjing Lou, Lijing Yang, Olga Rybakova, and Phoebe Wakhunga. 2005. Where and Who are the Worlds Illiterates: China. A Background Paper Submitted to UNESCO Global Monitoring Report. See:http://portal.unesco.org/education/en/ev.php-URL_ID=43542URL_DO=DO_TOPICURL_SECTION=201.html
- Carnoy, Martin, David Post, Erwin Epstein, Heidi Ross, Clementina Acedo, Lesley Bartlett, Patrick McEwan, Suet-ling Pong, Robert Arnove. 2005. Benefits of Education for Dominicans of Haitian Origins: A Review of the Evidence. Amicus Curiae Brief in Support of the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights and Original Petitioners in Yean and Bosico v. Dominican Republic.
- Lin, J. and H. Ross, 2004. Guest Editors Introduction Chinese Education and Society (July-Agust) 37:4, pp. 5-10.
- Lin, J. and H. Ross. 2004. Context and History of the Rise of Environmental Education in China and the Green Schools: an Introduction. Chinese Education and Society.(May-June) 37:3, pp. 3-9.
- Lin, Jing and H. Ross 2004., (guest editors). Environmental Education in China, Part I: Environmental Crises, Governmental Policies, and Green Schools in China. Chinese Education and Society (May/June) 37:3.
- Zhou Minglang and Ross, H. 2004. The Context of the Theory and Practice of Chinas Language Policy, in Zhou Minglang (ed) Language Policy in the Peoples Republic of China, Theory and practice since 1949. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Press, pp. 1-18.
- Ross, H. 2004.Foreword to Shi Jinghuan (Ed.) Zoujin jiaocai yu jiaoxue de xingbie shijie, [Entering the Gendered World of Textbooks and Teaching] Beijing: Education Research Publishing, i-v.
- Ross, H, Yimin Wang and Lei Wang. 2012. Rights to and Rights in Education: Vertical Case Studies onGirls and Sustainability Education in Rural China paper presented at thePoynter Center 40thAnniversary onHumanitarianism and Human Rights in the 21st Century, Indiana University,Bloomington, October 10-12.
- Ross, H. 2012. Discussant, Internationalizing in the age of Planetarity, Comparative and InternationalEducation Society annual meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April.
- Ross, H. 2012. Invited presentation, Engaging Students with/in Asia. Symposium on Engaging Studentsin International Education, St Johns University, New York, October 4.
- Ross, H. panel organizer, The Ecology of Rural Education in China. 2012. Chinese Education Facing theFuture Conference, the University of Hong Kong, June.
- Ross, H. 2012. Invited Presentation. The Empowerment Revolution" Chinas Millennial Schoolgirls,Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign, Feb 8.
- Ross, H. 2012. Discussant, Global, National and Local Influences on Education for SustainableDevelopment: Voices and Evidence from UNESCO, India, and China. Comparative andInternational Education Society annual meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April.
- Ross, H. 2012. Chair and Discussant, Education for Sustainable Development across India, China,Japan: Are Competitive Schooling and Environmental Education Compatible" Association for Asian Studies, Toronto, March.
- Lin, Jing, Zhang Ai, and Ross, H. 2012. Teaching Reform as a Complex and Whole SystemChange: What We Learn in an Action Research. Comparative and InternationalEducation Society annual meeting, San Juan, Puerto Rico, April.
- Ross, H. 2012. Chair and Discussant. The Empowerment Revolution" Millennial Girls in Chinaand South Asia. Comparative and International Education Society annual meeting. SanJuan, Puerto Rico, April.
- Ross, H. 2012. invited presentation, Symposium on The Entrepreneurial University, Zhejiang University,Hangzhou, China, Nov 2.
- Ross, H. 2012. Student Engagement and Learning in Chinese Higher Education: From NSSE-China toCCSS invited address at the Chinese Education Facing the Future Conference, the University of Hong Kong, June.
- Ross, H. 2012. Chair, Presenter. Educating Students and Teachers about East/Asia:Models of EffectiveLanguage Teaching, Institutional Partnerships, Overseas Study, and Collaborative Research. Midwest Conference on International Education, Indianapolis, Februrary.
- Heidi Ross, 2012, Engaging Chinese Undergrate Teachers and Students in Curriculum Reform: a retrospective part of the Ford Foundation China Research Grant, Agency, Participatory/Creative Learning and MultipleIntelligences: Approaches for Students Sustainable Development in Private Universities in China
- Ross, H. 2012. Invited presentation, Chinese Overseas Students, Chinese Consul-General awardceremony for self-funded doctoral students, Purdue University, September 21.
- Ross, H. 2011. What Motivates Students to Learn in What Settings: diverse findings from the NationalSurvey on Student Engagement-China. Chair and discussant, Comparative and International Education Society annual meeting, Montreal, May.
- Ross, H. 2011. Greening Chinese Schools: Voices and Evidence from Taiwan, Hong Kong, andMainland China. Chair, Comparative and International Education Society annual meeting,Montreal, May.
- Ross, H. 2011. The Shaanxi Spring Bud Project, 2000-2010: Longitudinal Research on the Impact ofScholarship Support, Schooling and Transnational Collaboration on Rural Girls Lives, Learning,and Future. Comparative and International Education Society annual meeting, Montreal, May.
- Ross, H. and Wang, YM. 2011. Reforming the College Entrance Examination: Epicenter of Tension,Change, and Resistance. Presentation at the Association for Asian Studies annual conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, April.
- Ross, H. 2011. Chair, The Rise and Global Impact of the Chinese Academy: Does the EducationBlueprint Matter" Association of Asian Studies annual conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, April.
- Ross, H. 2011. Defining and Measuring Quality in Chinese Higher Education. Invited lecture atAustralian National University College of Asia and the Pacific, March.
- Ross, H. 2011. Cultivating Global Perspective for Global Scholars. IU-BNU doctoral dissertationroundtable presentation, Fourth World Forum on Comparative Education, Beijing Normal University, October 23.
- Ross, H. and Wang, YM. 2011. Invited Keynote Address. The Meanings of Green: EE and ESD inRural Shaanxi: a vertical case study analysis. Fourth World Forum on Comparative Education,Beijing Normal University, October 22.
- Ross, H. 2011. Co-chair, Opening Students Mind and Improving Creative Thinking throughMulticultural and International Education. Statewide Education Conference, Indianapolis Convention Center, July 14.
- Anderson, Kent and H. Ross. 2011. Unprepared for the Next Strategic Challenge in Asia": SomeLessons from the Past. Invited Ambassadorial Lecture, Australian Embassy, Washington, D.C. April.
- Ross, H. 2011. Invited participant, China Radio International Today Show broadcast discussion on theChallenges of Rural Education in China, August 15, Beijing.
- Ross, H. 2011. Time, Space and Power: The Dynamics of Acculturation and Identity for InternationalGraduate Students. Chair and discussant, Comparative and International Education Societyannual meeting, Montreal, May.
- Ross, H. 2011. Humanizing Globalization: Five Scholars Bridge East and West through Comparativeand International Education. Keynote presentation, Conference on Education and Global Cultural Dialogue, A One-day Conference in Tribute to Ruth Hayhoe, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Toronto, May 6.
- Yang, L., Zhang, A., and Ross, H. 2011. Students Voices and Facultys Dilemmas: The Conflicts ofTradition and Innovative, Participatory Learning in Chinese Universities. Comparative andInternational Education Society annual meeting, Montreal, May.
- Ross, H. 2010. If We Truly Want Learning Societies: A Student-centered Perspective on Qualityand Relevance. Invited presentation, Peking Forum, Peking University, November 6.
- Wang, YM and H. Ross. 2010. Groping for Stones to Cross the River: the Challenges and OpportunitiesFacing Chinese Education in the Next Decade. National Consortium for Teaching about AsiaChina Study Tour Meeting. Bloomington, September 11.
- Ross, H. 2010. Examination and Engagement: Two case studies putting students at the center of higher education research, practice, and policy reform. Invited presentation, The InternationalConference on The Mission of Educational Research in the Changing Societies, PekingUniversity, November 4.
- Ross, Heidi, Ren, Y and Wang, YM. 2010. Globality, Bifocality, and In/ternationality in the Field(S")of Comparative Education: Rethinking the Training, Experiences, and Significance of ChineseCIE Doctoral Students.Invited presentation, The 15th Annual Conference of China ComparativeEducation Council, Zhejiang University, October 9.
- H. Ross 2010. Rural Girls Expectations, Aspirations, and Empowerment: Three Pathways of Educational Access, Attainment, and Development, invited lecture to Department of Political and Social Change seminar series, Australian National University, Feb 8.
- Lin, J., Xuan Weng, Lan Yang, Yan Fengqiao, Ai Zhang and Heidi Ross. 2010. Innovativeand Participatory Education: An Exploration of Theories and Practice. Invited speeches and workshops at three private universities, Yingcai College, Jinan; Shuren University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang; Biaobang College, Chengdu, Sichuan, October.
- H. Ross, 2010. Co-chair and Discussant. Globalizations impact upon Internationalization of East Asian Higher Education. AERA, May, 3, Denver, winner of AERA 2010 International Education SIG Best Symposium Award.
- H. Ross. 2010. A Decade in the Making: Three Paths for Rural Chinese Girls invited presentation, Peking University. January 5.
- H. Ross and L. Wang. 2010. Rural Girls Expectations and Aspirations: Three Pathways of EducationalAccess, Attainment, and Development AERA, May 3, Denver.
- H. Ross. The 3-Es Challenge for Spring Bud Girs: Education, Expectations, and Empowerment. Keynote address for 1990 Institute, San Francisco.
- H. Ross. Indiana University East Asian Studies and Indiana-China Principals Shadowing Program. Indiana Association of Public School Principals.
- H. Ross. Globalization--Teacher Education. invited speaker and workshop participant, Globalizing Pre-service Teacher Education Workshop, University of IL Urbana-Champaign.
- H. Ross. Student Engagement in Chinese Higher Education, Comparative Data. International Symposium on Assessment and Evaluation in Chinese Higher Education, Tsinghua University, Beijing.
- H. Ross. Helping the Worlds Endangered Children. Meadowwood Great Decision Series.
- H. Ross. Educational Globalization Trends in China. invited talk NAFSA annual conference, Washington, D.C.
- H. Ross. Chair and Discussant. Challenges to Civic Responsibility and Community Engagement for Rural and Minority Secondary School Students and their Schools in China. Association of Asian Studies annual meeting.
- H. Ross Chinese Education in a Global Age. Invited keynote for the National Committee on U.S. China Relations, National Seminar, Richmond, IN.
- Seeking Confucius in 21st Century Chinese Education Keynote at opening of the Confucius Institute Indianapolis.
- H. Ross and L. Wang. 2008. Challenges of Leadership Training in Girls, Education, and Development Programs. annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, New York City.
- H. Ross. NSSE in China: Assessing Quality Education from the Student Perspective. annual meeting of the Comparative and International education Society. New York City.
- H. Ross, Chair and Discussant. Gender and Peace Education. annual meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society, New York City.
- J. Lou and Heidi Ross. Chinese and American students Learning about Each Other. annual meeting of AERA.
- H. Ross Chair and Discussant. Challenges to Civic Responsibility for Secondary School Students and their Schools in Northwestern China. AERA.
- H. Ross, Student Engagement and E(quality) Education in Chiense Higher Education. annual conference of Comparative and International Education Society. March, New York City. (chair of panel and persentation with research collaborators, Yuhao Cen and Yan Luo)
- H. Ross. 2008 Complementarity in Chinese and U.S. educational Systems. Presentation to Freeman Foundation Indiana-China School Partnership Initiative Workshop, Bloomington, IN, January 13.
- Agency, Participatory/Creative Learning and Multiple Intelligences: Approaches for Students? Sustainable Development in Private Universities in China
- Educating about East Asia across the Curriculum
- National Consortium for Teaching about Asia, Year 13
- Title VI FLAS Fellowship
- Title VI: (FLAS-East Asian) Foreign Language and International Studies Program and Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships Program
- Title VI: (NRC-East Asian) National Resource Centers Program for Foreign Language and Area Studies
- Chang Jiang Scholar nomnee, Beijing Normal UniversityThe Changjiang Scholars program is a higher education development program in the People's Republic of China provided by the Ministry of Education and Li Ka Shing Foundation (Ai?I?I>u??>a). It was started in August 1998, and provides scholarship funding to allow well-known professors from China and other countries to collaborate on research and exchange projects.
- I have been nominated as a Chang Jiang Scholar by Beijing Normal University, in recognition of my work in Chinese education.
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