中国教育论坛 2016-2017 团队
Ying Wang 王颖
Co-chair of China Education Symposium 哈佛中国教育论坛联合主席
Ying Wang is a Master student in the Human Development and Psychology program with the Child Advocacy Strand. She graduated from University of Wisconsin with a double major of Elementary Education and Early Childhood, as well as a Montessori Teaching Certificate. Ying has had extensive amount of experience working in multicultural settings in both China and the United States. Her current focus is to develop a training curriculum for early childhood teachers and parents to understand the importance the first six years of a child.
Man Luo 罗曼
Co-Chair of China Education Symposium 哈佛中国教育论坛联合主席
Man Luo is from Beijing where she received her bachelor degree in English from Tsinghua University. During her undergraduate study, she actively participated in voluntary teaching in different parts of China as well as for the migrant workers on campus. She learned China’s education industry as a lecturer in English study in different training companies and also as an initial staff in a technology startup aimed at reforming the extra-curriculum activities for K12 students in China. She familiarized herself with both the quantitative and qualitative study through academic researches.
Chu Chen 陈楚
Panel Manager of Innovative Education 教育创新分论坛主席
Chu Chen, a Ed.M candidate for International Education Policy at Harvard Graduate School of Education. She comes from Fujian, China. After graduating from college, she joined Teach for China in 2013. She has initiated several local projects for children literacy development and served as a grade level coordinator for professional training. During her study at Harvard, she has continued her exploration on social innovation in education and reflection on education equity. She will manage the panel “Innovation in Education”, discussing how to realize effective innovation in a 21st century learning eco-system.
Jiawei Cheng 程佳唯
Co-Director of Marketing and Public Relations 市场和公关联合负责人
Jiawei Cheng is an English major and a current graduate student in the Language and Literacy program at Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). Passionately interested in everything related to language, she participates in internships as well as student activities in the fields of literature, second language acquisition, theatrical arts, radio broadcasting, and translation. She is also highly enthusiastic about the intersection of instructional design, media, technology, and innovation. Last semester, she worked as a research assistant in an HGSE project, Exploring Adolescent English Learners’ Proficiency in Persuasive Academic Writing. Previously, she had extensive tutoring experience for EFL students in China, and has developed strong marketing skills, interning as admissions and marketing assistant at University of Southern California, Shanghai Office, among others.
Liu Jiang 江流
Panel Manager of Civic Education 公民教育分论坛主席
Liu Jiang is a first-year doctoral student from the Culture, Institutions, and Society program at Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has an Bachelor’s degree in Linguistics and International Relations from Ohio State University and a Master’s degree in Education , Culture, and Society from University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education. Her research focuses on Chinese youths’ development of civic identities, especially their political identification with the state, as it is influenced by the political, economic, and sociocultural contexts of K-12 education. As for her professional life, she was a College Prep Specialist at the Free Library of Philadelphia, where she conducted workshops on SAT and college prep for low-income immigrant students. She also taught SAT in the most prestigious public high school in Guiyang, China. Both her academic and professional experience has deepened her interest in civic education within different national, cultural, and economic contexts.
Shiqian Mao 毛诗倩
Maker-Space Panel manager 创客教育分论坛主席
Shiqian received her bachelor’s degree from Smith College in Massachusetts with a major in Psychology and minor in East Asian Studies. She is currently studying her Ed.M degree in Human Development and Psychology at Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has research experience in developmental psychology. She’s now interested in learning and teaching as she’s studying at HGSE. She’s super excited about the opening of China Education Symposium.
Jundong Wu 吴俊东
Educational Reform Panel Manager 教育改革分论坛主席
Jundong Wu is a first year Master in Public Policy (MPP) candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School, with a concentration in Education Policy. He founded a nonprofit school for rural migrant workers in Beijing when he was a freshmen in the college. The school is still serving more workers now. After graduation, he had been working full time in 21st Century Education Research Institute in China, where he mainly worked in promoting education innovation, conducted advocacy work for marginalized rural small school students. He is passionate about leveraging education policy as well as education technology and innovation to help more underserved population get access to quality education.
Han Xu 徐涵
Education and Technology Panel Manager 教育和科技分论坛主席
Han is a current master student of the Technology, Innovation and Education program at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Han graduated from Mount Holyoke College, MA, US in 2014. She sees herself as an explorer of using technology and innovation smartly to improve learners’ learning experience. Han is also very interested in user experience, human cognition, talent development and leadership. When Han is not working or at school, she loves outdoor activities.
Xin Xiang 向芯
Panel Manager of Rural Education 农村教育分论坛主席
Xin Xiang is a second-year PhD student at Harvard Graduate School of Education, with concentration in Cultures, Institutions, and Society. She graduated from the Harvard College with a B.A. in Psychology. She co-founded and leads an educational nonprofit, CLOVER, which provides experiential learning opportunities for migrant children in Guangzhou. Her current research focuses on the educational experiences of youth from different social backgrounds in contemporary China.
Songyu Zhu 朱颂宇
China Education Symposium Executive Advisor 哈佛中国教育论坛执行顾问
Songyu Zhu is a current Research Fellow at the Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government. Songyu holds a Master in Higher Education degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and has worked in the fields of International Affairs, International Admissions, Public Affairs at Harvard and MIT. Before entering Harvard, Songyu studied at the University of Southern California (USC), coordinated USC Shoah Foundation’s research collaboration with the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum. Songyu’s research and professional interests focuses on the globalization of American higher education institutions, the cultural, operational and educational exchange between government, business and universities in China and the United States.