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    ZHU Zhiyong Professor
    Associate Dean for Partnership and Globalization
    College of Education Administration
    Email:zzy@bnu.edu.cn
    Address:Room 543 Yingdong Education Building, No. 19 Xinjiekou Wai Street•Beijing, 100875
     
    Education

    01/2004     Ph.D. in Sociology of Education, the University of Hong Kong.

    07/1998     M.Phil. in Sociology of Education, Nanjing Normal University.

    07/1991     Associate Degree of English, Yancheng Teachers College.

     

     

    Research Interests

    -  School Education and Community Development;

    Educational Policy Study, Ethnic Minority Education, Rural Education;

    -  Higher Education, Curriculum studies;

    -  Sociology of Education;

    Qualitative research: Theory and Practice

     

     

    Teaching Courses

    Qualitative Research: Theory and Practice; 

    -  Educational Policy Analysis;

    Higher Education & Policy, Governance, and Society;  

    School and Community;

    School Management: Sociological Perspective

     

     

    Professional Experience:

    09/2013 - present      Professor of College of Educational Administration, Faculty of Education Beijing Normal University.

    04/2013 -present    Vice Dean for Partnership and Globalization, College of Educational Administration, Faculty of Education Beijing Normal University.

    09/2007 - 08/2013    Associate professor of College of Educational Administration BNU.

    12/2006 – 08/2007   Assistant Professor of College of Educational Administration BNU.

    07/2011- 07/2012      Visiting Scholar at Stanford University School of Education.

    05/2009-04/2012       Research Fellow of Asia Pacific Center for Leadership and Change at Hong Kong Institute of Education.

    03/2007-03/2008       Fulbright New Century Scholar, Research in the U. S. with the team of global Fulbright New Century Scholars.

    05/2006-05/2007       Honorary Research Fellow at Wah Ching Centre of Research on Education in China, The University of Hong Kong.

    01/2005-12/2006       Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Sociology, Peking University.

    03-10/2005                National Consultant in GBEP Project by Cambridge Education  Company under the funding of DFID (the UK government).

    01-04/2004                 Research Assistant at Wah Ching Center of Research on Education in China, The University of Hong Kong.

    09/2003-12/2006        Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Social Work, Nanjing Normal University.

    08/1998-08/1999        Academic Editor and Research Fellow in Education and Sociology in The Journal of Nanjing Normal University.

    08/1991-08/1995        English Teacher at Bufeng Senior High School, Yancheng City, Jiangsu Province, Teaching English of Senior Year Students, Having Being Mentor, Head of Students’ Office, Head of English Teaching and Research Unit of the School.

     

     

    Research Projects

    2015-2017            “The Quality of Ph.D. Students Education: From the Perspective of    Supervision.” Chair, funded by the Central Government of China.

    2015-2018            “The Development of Post-1990 Teachers in Primary Schools: Case Study.” Chair, funded by Tongzhou Department of Education, Tongzhou Government, Beijing City.

    2011-2014           “School Education and Community Development: Sociological Perspective on Rural Education in China.” Chair, funded by Ministry of Education, Principal Investigator.

    2009-2011           “Trades-off between National Identity and Ethnic Identity: The Sociological Study on Overseas Tibetan Groups.” Chair, granted by Overseas Chinese Office of the State Council of China, Principal Investigator.

    2006-2009            Co-investigator for BEWAP Impact Assessment funded by World Bank and DFID (the United Kingdom), responsible for SDP (School Development Planning) Impact Assessment.

    2007-2008           Fulbright New Century Scholar (NCS) Program. The Research Project is “Cultural Conflict or Amalgamation? Higher Education Access and Equity among Ethnic Minorities in China,” Principal Investigator.

    2008-2009            Beijing Normal University Funding “Higher Education Access and Equality of Ethnic Minority Groups in China: Cases of Tibetan Minority and Mongolian Minority,” Principal Investigator.

    01-12/2006           Research Funding from Nanjing Normal University about “Ethnic Identity Construction of Inland Tibet Senior High School Students,” Principal Investigator. 

    2005-2006            China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Project: “Sociological Research on Relationship in Schooling Field in Tibet.” Principal Investigator.

    01/2005-12/2005  The “Tenth-Five Years” Educational Science of Jiangsu Province Project: Equity and Commonweal: Sociological Study on Primary and Secondary Private School Education in Jiangsu Province,” Principal Investigator.

    09/1996-08/1998   Participated in the Project “The Study of Sociology of Curriculum in China (Project funded by The Ministry of Education of China.”

     

     

    Honors and Awards

    2016     Faculty of Education Outstanding Teacher Award, Beijing Normal University;

    2015     Award for Excellent Research Paper on Higher Education by Beijing Higher Education Research Society in China;  

    2015     Beijing Normal University Award for Excellent Teaching Output Qualitative Research: Practice and Review (Volume 1) for Postgraduates;

    2014   Beijing Normal University Award for Outstanding Supervisor for Undergraduates;

    2014     Beijing Normal University Award for Excellent English Course Educational Policy Analysis for International Postgraduate Students Studying in China;

    2013     Beijing Normal University Excellent Course Award to Qualitative Research Methods Given to Doctoral Students;

    2013     Beijing Normal University Tongding Award of Outstanding Teacher for Postgraduates;

    2011     Award of Visiting Scholarship at Stanford University by China Scholarship Council.

    2011     Beijing Normal University Award for Excellence in Teaching Postgraduate Students;

    2010     Beijing Normal University Award for Excellence in Teaching Postgraduate Students;

    2010    Beijing Normal University Award for Outstanding Tutorship for Postgraduates.

    2009     Outstanding Scientific Research Work Award on Social Sciences by Ministry of Education and The Central Government of China.

    2009     Beijing Normal University Award for Excellence in Teaching Postgraduate Students.

    2009     International Travel Award for Distinguished Service in Educational Reform by the CIES (Comparative and International Education Society).

    2008     Outstanding Research Work Award by Beijing Social Sciences Academy.

    2008     Fulbright New Century Scholarship Award by the United States of American Government.

    1997     Second Prize in the First Postgraduate’s Science and Technology     Achievements Competition, Nanjing Normal University.

    1998     Outstanding Student, Nanjing Normal University.

    1994     Outstanding Teacher, Bufeng Township Yancheng City.

     

     

    Publications:

     

    Coeditor with Professor Gerard A. Postiglione for SERIES: Emerging Perspectives on Education in China published by Lexington Books.

     

    Authored Book:

     

    • Zhu, Zhiyong (2007). State Schooling and Ethnic Identity: The Politics of a Tibetan Neidi Secondary School in China. Lanham, M.D.: Lexington Books.



     

     

    Edited Books:


    1.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Ruan, Linyan (2016). Qualitative Research: Practice and Review (Volume 2). Chongqing: Chongqing University Press (under contract).

     

    2.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Wu, Xiaowei (2013). Qualitative Research: Practice and Review (Volume 1). Chongqing: Chongqing University Press.

     

    3.          Deng, Meng and Zhu, Zhiyong (2008) (eds.). Theory and Practice of ‘Golden Key’ Education for the Visually Impaired (‘Jin yaoshi’ shizhang jiaoyu lilun yu shijian) . Beijing: Educational Science Press.

     

    4.          Yu, Huifang and Zhu, Zhiyong (2006) (eds.). Chinese Society Movement and Transformation: Theory and Interpretation (Zhongguo shehui yunxing yu zhuanxing: lilun yu chanshi). Beijing: Peking University Press.

     

    Translated Academic Books (From English to Chinese):

     

    1.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Fan, Xiaohui (2016). Qualitative Text Analysis: A Guide to Methods, Practice & Using Software. Chongqing: Chongqing University Press (Forthcoming).

     

    2.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Han, Qian (2016). The End of College: Creating the Future of Learning and The University of Everywhere. Beijing: The People’s Post and Telecommunications Press (Forthcoming).

     

    3.          Zhu, Zhiyong, et al. (2016). The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research (4th Edition). Chongqing: Chongqing University Press (Forthcoming).

     

    4.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Xiaohui Fan (2013). Sociology of Higher Education: Contributions and their Contexts” edited by Patricia Gumport. Beijing: Peking University.

     

    5.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Lei Zheng (2013). Educational Administration: Concepts and Practices (Fifth Edition) by Fred C. Lunenburg and Allan C. Ornstein. Beijing: China Light Industry Press.

     

    6.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Xiaohui Fan (2005, 2011). The Sociology of Education: A Systematic Analysis by Jeanne H. Ballantine (2001 edition), Nanjing: Jiangsu Educational Publishing House.

     

    Academic Journal Papers:

     

    1.          Zhao, Zhenzhou, Zhu, Zhiyong, and Linyan Ruan (2016). “Configuration of the Teacher-State Relationship: The Shanghai Experience.” Frontiers of Education in China (forthcoming, Zhu is corresponding author). 

    2.          Hao, Shaoyi and Zhu, Zhiyong (2016). “The Emotional Dimension of Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A Case Study of Pre-service Preschool Teacher.” Education Research Monthly (Chinese) (forthcoming, Zhu is corresponding author).

    3.          Zhu, Zhiyong, Han, Qian, and Zhang, Yijinjin (2016). “Fortress in the Village: Rural Schools and Community Development in Risk Society.” Tsinghua Journal of Education (Chinese) (Forthcoming).  

    4.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Deng, Meng (2016). “Political or Cultural? Origin and Development of Education Policy of the Tibetan Neidi Education in China.” Chinese Education and Society (forthcoming).

    5.          Han, Qian and Zhu, Zhiyong (2015). “Disillusion of Ivory Tower and Chaos of Identity: A Case Study of NEET Subgroup with Higher Education Degree.” Higher Education Review (Chinese), Vol. 3, No. 2. (Zhu is corresponding author).

    6.          Zhu, Zhiyong, Ruan Gao, Qian Han (2015). “Motivation and Process of Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) Program Reforms in Hong Kong: Cases Study on the University of Hong Kong and The Chinese University of Hong Kong.” Global Education (Chinese), No. 11, pp. 45-56.

    7.          Zhang, Xia and Zhu, Zhiyong (2015). “Teacher Role Identity Theories for Distant Education and Literature Review.” Vocational Education Review (Chinese), No. 27, pp. 51-58.

    8.          Fan, Xiaohui and Zhu, Zhiyong (2015). “On Self-Study Teacher Research: A Review on Self-study Teacher Research: Improving Your Practice through Collaborative Inquiry.” Teacher Education Research (Chinese), Vol. 27, No. 4, pp. 93-99.

    9.          Cui, Xuejuan and Zhu, Zhiyong (2015). “Leaving the Ivy Tower: Case Study on Early Graduation of Postgraduates in a Flexible Education System.” Higher Education Review (Chinese), Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 185-230 (Zhu is the corresponding author). 

    10.      Zheng, Lei, Zhu, Zhiyong and Wang, Simeng (2015). “Influence of School Choice on Students’ Personal Development: A Case Study Based on Perspective of the Peers.” Education Research Monthly (Chinese), No. 6, pp. 34-43.

    11.      Zhang, Xia and Zhiyong Zhu (2014). “Role-Playing and Role Interaction: A Case Study of Teachers’ Roles at ZG Open University.” Journal of Education and Human Development, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 283-295 (Zhu is the corresponding author).

    12.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Si Xiang (2014). “Why Won’t Talents Return Home? A Case Study of Contract Breach by Graduates of the Program of Training High-Caliber Backbone Personnel from Ethnic Minorities.” Revista Espanola de Education Comparada, No. 23, pp. 19-52.  

    13.      Wu, Xiaowei and Zhu, Zhiyong (2014). “Tradition and Modern: A Study on Rural Education in the Perspective of Cultural Philosophy.” Journal of Education Science of Hunan Normal University (Chinese), Vol. 13, No. 6, pp. 65-71.

    14.      Wu, Xiaowei and Zhu, Zhiyong (2014). “Research on the ‘Talent Education’ of Rural Basic Education in China and Governance Issues.” Nanjing Journal of Social Science (Chinese), No. 2, pp. 138-143.

    15.      Madiha Salik, Zhu Zhiyong and Liu Baocun (2014). “Sociology of Higher Education: A Case Study.” European Journal of Research in Social Sciences, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 1-9.

    16.      Salik, Madiha, Zhu Zhiyong, and Liu Baocun (2014). “Higher Education Management in Pakistan: Challenges and Recommendations.” International Journal of Education and Research, Vol. 2, No. 7, pp. 27-40.

    17.      Salik, Madiha and Zhiyong Zhu (2014). “Gender Discrimination and Inequalities in Higher Education: A Case Study of Rural Areas of Pakistan.” Academic Research International, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 269-276.

    18.      Salik, Madiha, Baocun Liu, and Zhiyong Zhu (2014). “Reformation in Higher Education, with Special Focus on Reforming Higher Education in Pakistan.” Elixir Social Studies, No. 68, pp. 22335-22341.

    19.      Zheng, Lei and Zhiyong Zhu (2013). “Does Education Promote Voting in China’s Grassroots Democratic Election? Evidence from CGSS 2006.” Peking University Education Review (Chinese), Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 165-185.

    20.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Xuejuan Cui (2013). “Leadership Traits of Excellent Principals: Analysis from the Perspective of Media Reports.” Journal of Educational Studies (Chinese), Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 100-110.

    21.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Cui, Xuejuan (2012). “Academic Ability of the Postgraduates: A Theoretical Framework Based on the Analysis of Policy Documents.” Tsinghua Journal of Education (Chinese), Vol. 33, No. 6.

    22.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Xiaohui Fan (2012). “Reflections on Teachers’ Teaching Conceptions: A Case Study.” Chinese Education and Society, Vol. 45, No. 4.

    23.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Dong, Xuan (2011). “The Students’ Development from the Perspective of Relationship between Family and School: Based on Empirical Study of Five Provinces in Western China.” Tsinghua Journal of Education (Chinese), Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 64-70.

    24.      Zhu, Zhiyong, Dong, X., Xiang, S. (2010). “Implementation of and Evaluation on School Development Planning: Experiences from Five Provinces in Western China.” Tsinghua Journal of Education (Chinese), Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 40-48.

    25.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2010): “Higher Education Access and Equality among Ethnic Minorities in China.” Chinese Education and Society, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 12-23.

    26.  Du, Yuhong and Zhu, Zhiyong (2008). Impact Assessment of Educational Investment in China: Evidence from Basic Education in Western Areas Project. Guest Editor Issue for Chinese Education and Society, Vol. 41, No. 4, pp. 1-4.

    27.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2008). “Trade-offs between the ‘Top-down’ and ‘Bottom-up’ School Education Management Models: The Implementation of School Development Planning in Western China.” Chinese Education and Society, Vol. 41, No. 5, pp. 36-57.

    28.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2008). “Reflections on Basic Education in Tibet under the Policy of ‘Three Guarantees’,” Chinese Education and Society, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 44-50.

    29.      Deng Meng and Zhu Zhiyong (2007). “The Chinese ‘Learning in Regular Class' and Western Inclusive Education: Comparison and Exploration.” Chinese Education and Society, Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 21-32.

    30.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2007). “Identity Construction in the Schooling Context.Chinese Education and Society, Vol. 40, No.2, pp. 38-59.

    31.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Xu, Lei (2006). “Running Logic of ‘Social Capital’ in the Development Mechanism of Private School in China: A Case Study.” Tsinghua University Educational Review (Chinese), No. 4, pp. 32-40.

    32.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2006). “Ethnic Identity and State Schooling: A Case Study.” Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science) (Chinese), No. 4, pp. 82-88.

    33.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Deng, Meng (2006). “‘Sceintization’ or ‘Indeginzation’ in Educational Research Methodology? On Research Proposal of Academic Degree Thesis Concurrently,” Educational Research and Experiment (Chinese), No. 1, pp. 1-8.

    34.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2005). “Preliminary Study on Teacher’s Role Awareness in Ethnic Minority Schools in the West Part of China: A Case Study.” Tsinghua University Educational Review (Chinese), No. 6, pp.90-98.

    35.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Liu, Ye (2005). “Sociological Analysis of Value Orientations Presented in Best-seller Literature Works from Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.” Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science) (Chinese), No. 5, pp. 140-147.

    36.      Zhu, Zhhiyong (2005). “Reflections on Methodological Paradigms and Methods in Educational Research.” Educational Research and Experiment (Chinese), No. 1, pp. pp. 7-12.

    37.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2005). “Is Social Work Professionalized and Occupationalized?” Sociology (Chinese), No. 1, pp. 1-10.

    38.      Gerard A. Postiglione, Zhu, Zhiyong, and Ben Jiao (2004). From Ethnic Segregation to Impact Integration: State Schooling and Identity Construction for Rural Tibetans. Asian Ethnicity, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 195-217.

    39.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2003). Schooling and Ethnic Identity: The Study of an Inland Tibet School.” China Education Forum (the University of Hong Kong), Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 2-3.

    40.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2002). “Evolution of Chinese Language Syllabus for Primary and Secondary Schools in China: Value Orientations Analysis.” Shanghai Research on Education (Chinese), Vol. 11, pp. 50-54.

    41.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2001). “‘Relationships’ for Educational Researchers in the Qualitative Research: A Review from Reflexive Sociology.” Educational Theory and Practice (Chinese), Vol. 21, No. 6, pp. 1-6.

    42.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2001). “Negotiable Consensus and Controllable Consensus: Analysis of Value Orientations of Social-Ego Presented in Primary and Junior Chinese Language Textbooks in China. Shanghai Research on Education (Chinese), No. 8, pp. 24-29.   

    43.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2000). “Adaptation or Transcendence? Analysis of Value Orientations of Individual-Ego Presented in Primary and Junior Chinese Language Textbooks in China. Shanghai Research on Education (Chinese), No. 5, pp. 34-40.

    44.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2000). “Analysis of Value Orientations of Environment Presented in Primary and Junior Chinese Language Textbooks in China.” Shanghai Research on Education (Chinese), No. 10, pp. 43-47.  

    45.      Zhu, Zhiyong (1998). “Presentation of Social Roles in Chinese Language Textbooks in Mainland China and Taiwan.” Comparative Education Review (Chinese), No. 5, pp. 50-54. This paper is selected in Education of Chinese: The Global Prospect of National Cultural Tradition, edited by Lu Jie (1999). Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, pp. 176-187.

    46.      Zhu, Zhiyong and Fan, Xiaohui (1997). “An Analysis of Family Influence on Student’s Interaction in Class: Sociological Analysis.” Educational Theory and Practice (Chinese). Vol. 17, No.1, pp. 12-14.

    47.      Zhu, Zhiyong (1997).Functionalism and Conflict Theories in Sociology: The Interpretiveness to Educational Status Quo in Mainland China.” Shanghai Research on Education (Chinese), No. 6, pp. 6-9.

    48.      Zhu, Zhiyong (1997). “Sociological Studies on School Curriculum: Reviews and Critiques.” Educational Research (Chinese), Vol. 18, No. 9, pp. 26-31.

    49.      Zhang, Xintao, Wang, Yousheng, and Zhu, Zhiyong (1997). “The Problem of Inequality of Educational Chances in Developed and Developing Areas. Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science) (Chinese), No. 2, pp. 54-56.

     

    Book Chapters:

    1.          Deng, Meng and Zhu, Zhiyong. “Education Reform in Shanghai in the Era of Globalization: Toward a Balanced and Innovative System?” Chapter in the Book Equity in Excellence: Experience of Asian Higher Performing Education System edited by Maria Mazon (Under review).

    2.          Han, Qian and Zhu, Zhiyong (2015). “Same Sky, Different Horizon: An Analysis of Disadvantaged Groups’ Access to Prestigious Universities in Mainland China,” pp. 99-118 in Widening Higher Education Participation: A Global Perspective edited by Mahsood Shah. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

    3.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2011). “School Life and Ethnic Identity: A Case of Tibetan Student Narrative.” Pp. 65-86 in Minority Students in East Asia: Government Policies, School Practices, and Teacher Responses, edited by JoAnn Phillion, Ming Tak Hue, and Yuxiang Wang. London and New York: Routledge.

    4.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2009). “Primary School Education in Pasturing Areas in Tibet Autonomous Region: A Case Study.” Pp. 277-333 in Ethnic Minority Education in Western China edited by Rong Ma and Zhigang Guo. Beijing: Ethnicity Press.

     

    International Conference Papers:

     

    1.          Zhang, Guili and Zhu, Zhiyong (2015). “The Effects of an Academic Support Program on the Transition and Academic Success of College Students with Learning Differences.” Paper Presented on Annual Meeting of American Education Research Association (AERA), Chicago, the U. S. A., April 16-20.

    2.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Han, Qian (2015). “Self and Others: Chinese Student’s Peer Interaction in Mobile Learning Program.” Paper Presented on Annual Meeting of Comparative International Education Society (CIES), Washington D. C., the U. S. A., March 8-13.

    3.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2014). “Leadership Traits of Excellent Principals: Analysis from the Perspective of Media Reports in China.” Paper Presented on Annual Meeting of American Education Research Society (AERA), and also the Organizer for the Session Titled “School Leadership in the Chinese Society: Impact of Academic Research on School Improvement.” Philadelphia, the U. S. A., April 3-7.

    4.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2013). “Why Won’t Talents Return Home?: A Case Study of Contract Breach by Graduates of the Program of Training High-Caliber Backbone Personnel from the Ethnic Minorities.” Paper Presented on Annual Meeting of American Education Research Society, San Francisco, C.A., the U. S. A., April 27-May 1.

    5.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2012). “Higher Education Development for Ethnic Minorities in Mainland China: Equity and Challenges.” Paper Presented in the Seminar “Enhancing the Academy: Addressing Challenges through Research” Jointly Organized by University of Michigan and Beijing Normal University, Ann Arbor, Michigan, the U. S. A., May 7-8.

    6.          Zhu, Zhiyong and Fan, Xiaohui (2012). “Exploration of Teachers’ Conceptions of Teaching in China.” Paper Presented in Annual Meeting of American Education Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, April 13-17.

    7.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2010). School Life and Ethnic Identity: A Case of Tibetan Student Narrative.” Invited Paper presented in the International Workshop Multicultural Education and the Challenges to Chinese National Integration,” Organized by La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia, December 2-3.

     

    8.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2009). “Higher Education Development for Ethnic Minority Groups in China: Case Study.” Presented on Annual Meeting of Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, the U.S. A., March 26-29.

    9.          Zhu, Zhiyong (2009). “Trades-off between ‘Top-down’ and ‘Bottom-up’ School Education Management Models: The Implementation of School Development Planning in Western China.” Presented on 53rd Annual Conference of Comparative and International Education Society: The Politics of Comparison. Charleston, South Carolina, the U. S. A., March 22-26.

    10.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2008). “Higher Education Access and Equity among Ethnic Minorities in China.” Presented on The 9th International Conference on Education Research: Asia & Europe Dialogue in Education Research: Searching for New Paradigms, Agenda, and Research Network, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, October 27-28.

    11.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2008). “School Education and Community Development: A Case Study on the Pasturing Area in Tibet Autonomous Region of China.” Paper Presented on American Educational Research Association 2008 Annual Meeting (Schools, Neighborhoods and Communities: Toward Civic Responsibility), New York, the U.S.A., March 24-28.

    12.      Zhu, Zhiyong. (2008). “Reflections on Basic Education in Tibet under the Policy of ‘Three Guarantees’.” Paper Presented on 52nd Annual Meeting Comparative & International Education Society (CIES), New York, the U.S.A., March 17-21.

    13.      Zhu Zhiyong (2007). Cultural Conflict or Amalgamation? Higher Education Access and Equity among Ethnic Minorities in China. Paper presented in Higher Education Borders/Bridges Activity Network Workshop III, The University of Hong Kong, March 12-13.

    14.      Zhu Zhiyong (2006). “Ethnic Identity Construction under the Schooling Context: Neidi Tibet School.” Paper presented in Peking University First International Conference of Sociology of Education, Beijing, China, March 17-18.

    15.      Zhu Zhiyong (2005). “Ethnic Identity: The Basic Point for Teachers’ Educational Belief in Ethnic Minority Schools.” Paper presented in the International Conference on Teacher Development, Special Education Needs, and Early Years Education, Lanzhou, Gansu, China, October 9-14.

    16.      Zhu, Zhiyong (2002). “Constructing Ethnic Identity: Inland Tibet Middle Schools in Other Parts of China.Conference paper in American Sociological Association 2002, Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, the U.S.A., August 16-19.  

     

     

    Postgraduates Supervision:

     

    1.      Ms. RUAN Linyan (2015 Ph.D.) and Ms. HAO Shaoyi (2015 Ed. D.);

    2.      Ms. YAN Xiaojing (2015 MPhil.); Mr. XU Zizhi and Ms. XU Qin (2015 M.Ed.);

    3.      Ms. HAO Yanli and Mr. Jochen Hofmann (2014 Ph.D.) and Ms. LI Xiaoqi (2014 Ed. D.);

    4.      Ms. ZHANG Xuru and Mr. FENG Gongxiao (2014 MPhil.); Ms. WANG Jia and Ms. PEI Jiawen and Ms. LIU Shulan (2014 M.Ed.); 

    5.      Ms. HAN Qian and Ms. Madiha Salik (2013 Ph.D.);

    6.      Ms. GUO Chunli and Ms. SHI Yuru and Ms. XU Jia and Mr. Nick Ward (2013 MPhil); Mr. HUANG Xinmin and Ms. WAN Haixia (2013 M. Ed.);

    7.      Ms. ZHANG Xia (2012 Ph.D.);

    8.      Ms. LI Caihong and Mr. Oybek Shamsutdinov (2012 MPhil.); Ms. QUE Dan and Ms. SHAO Fengxian (2012 M. Ed.);

    9.      Ms. ZHAI Xiaolei (2011 Ph.D.);

    10.    Ms. FENG Yanlin and Mr. ZHANG Zhenghe (2011 MPhil.); Mr. CHEN Guozhi and Ms. WANG Honglei (2011 M. Ed.);

    11.    Mr. ZHANG Yijin (2010 Ph.D. Student);

    12.    Mr. ZHANG Shao and Ms. YANG Xiaolu and Mr. LIN Jianhua and Ms. FAN Xuefeng (2010 MPhil);

    13.    Mr. WANG Jingjie and Ms. YANG Donghong (2010 M. Ed.);

    14.    Mr. YI Quanyong and Ms. WANG Peili and Ms. WANG Yan (2009 MPhil.);

    15.    Ms. TANG Jie and Ms. LIU Xiaojing (2009 M. Ed.);

    16.    Ms. XIANG Si, Ms. CUI Xuejuan, Mr. LIU Liguo, Mr. LIU Haining, Mr. LI Yongjun (2008 MPhil.);

    17.    Mr. LUO Yanhua and Ms. LIU Liying (2008 M. Ed.);

    18.    Ms. HAN Qian, Ms. LI Yaju, and Ms. YAN Xin (2007 MPhil.);

    19.    Ms. LI Guizhen (2007 M. Ed.)

     

    FULL CV: ZHUZhiyong_CV20160223.pdf