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Lingnan University – Peking University Education Forum 2018

 

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Programme Rundown 

21 April 2018 (Sat)

Venue: The Alison Lam Foundation Council Chamber, G/F, Wong Administration Building, Lingnan University

 

9.30am - 10.00am

Welcoming Session

Opening Remarks

Prof Hongjie Chen, Peking University

Prof Ka Ho Mok, Lingnan University

University Video

Group Photos

10.00am - 11.15am

Session 1: Social Issues on Education Development

Chair: Prof Ka Ho Mok, Lingnan University

 

Practical Knowledge and Mass Higher Education

Prof Hongjie Chen, Peking University

 

Habitus Transformation and Inevitable Hidden Injuries? Successful Rural Students in China’s

Elite Universities

Prof Ailei Xie, Guangzhou University

 

The Prevalence of Sexual Harassment in Chinese University

Prof Ran Zhang, Peking University

 

Examining the State of Educational Outcomes from a Health-related Perspective

Prof Padmore Adusei Amoah, Lingnan University

11.15am - 11.45am

Poster Presentation Session

Tea Reception

11.45am - 12.45pm

Session 2: International Learning and Student Mobility

Chair: Prof Hongjie Chen, Peking University

 

Has International Learning Enhanced Graduate Employment? A Study of Research

Postgraduate Students in China after Studying Abroad

Prof Ka Ho Mok, Lingnan University,

Prof Jin Jiang, Lingnan University,

Prof Wenqin Shen, Peking University

 

International Learning Experience and Academic Productivity of Chinese PhD

Returnees: Evidence form a National Survey and Scopus Data

Prof Wenqin Shen, Peking University, Prof Jin Jiang, Lingnan University

 

“International Students” as an Identity? Exploring the Constructions of Self

and Social Positions

Prof Xiao Han, Lingnan University

12.45pm - 2.30pm

Lunch (by invitation)

Lingnan House (Chinese Restaurant), 1/F Amenities Building, Lingnan University

2.30pm - 3.30pm

Session 3: University Governance and Higher Education Development

Chair: Prof Maggie Lau, Lingnan University

 

Complementary or conflict: An Empirical Study on the Relationship between

Teaching and Research in Research Universities

Ms Qiang Du, Peking University

 

The Public Role of Higher Learning in Imperial China

Ms Lili Yang, University College London

 

Changes in University Tuition Fees and Its Influencing Factors in China

Ms Haiyan Yang, Peking University

3.30pm - 4.15pm

Poster Presentation Session

Tea Reception

4.15pm - 5.30pm

Session 4: Changing Labor Market and Graduate Employment

Chair: Prof Vincent Wen, Lingnan University

 

The Good Job Construction and Its Impact Factors

Mr Yin Ma, Lingnan University

 

Influencing Factors and Starting Salary Effects of Match between College

Students’ Majors and Jobs

Ms Xiaowen Xu, Peking University

 

Network Influence and Entrepreneurship Development: Evidence from Shenzhen

Ms Yuyang Kang, Lingnan University

 

Constructing Employability with a Liberal Arts Background: a Comparison of Young Adults

in two Universities in Mainland China and Hong Kong

Ms Shan He, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

5.30pm -7.00pm

Dinner (by invitation)

Lingnan House (Chinese Restaurant), 1/F Amenities Building, Lingnan University

 

22 April 2018 (Sun)

Venue: The Alison Lam Foundation Council Chamber, G/F, Wong Administration Building, Lingnan University

 

9.30am - 10.30am

Session 5: Chinese Student Mobility and Development

Chair: Prof Lan Thi Phuong Ngo, University of Social Sciences and Humanities,

Vietnam National University –Ho Chi Minh City

 

Changes of Outbound College Graduates Mobility: An Empirical EvidenceBased on the Survey of

Graduates from Colleges and Universities in China from 2005 to 2015

Ms Wenjuan Gao, Peking University

 

Research on Chinese Education from the Point of Chinese Younger Age Overseas Study

Ms Yu Wang, Lingnan University

 

Cultivating International Perspective: Status and Problems of Overseas Education for

Undergraduates of Peking University

Ms Jieqiong Ding, Peking University

10.30am - 10.45am

Tea Break

10.45am - 12.00nn

Session 6: Internationalisation, Globalisation, and University governance

Chair: Prof Stefan Kühner, Lingnan University

 

Universities in Foreign Aid: A Case of US Capacity Building

Ms Huirui Zhang, Peking University

 

The Governance Reform of China's Higher Education in the Era of Globalization

Mr Xi Zhang, Peking University

 

A Study on Family Background and Educational Choice of Students in Sinoforeign

Cooperation University

Mr Qi Zhang, Peking University

12.00nn – 12.30pm

Closing Remark
Prof Ka Ho Mok, Lingnan University
Prof Hongjie Chen, Peking University

12.30pm - 2.00pm

Lunch (by invitation)
Lingnan House (Chinese Restaurant), 1/F Amenities Building, Lingnan University

 


Poster Presentations on Multidisciplinary Research

21 April 2018 (Sat)

Venue: ADG07, G/F, Wong Administration Building, Lingnan University

 

Name Affiliation Topic

Mr Khan Mehedi Hasan

Department of Economics, Lingnan University

The Role of Knowledge and Information on Warning

Weather Signals on Resource Users’ Risky Access to

the Sunderban: An Experimental Study in Coastal Area

of Bangladesh

Mr Muhammed Siraj Muhammed Department of Economics, Lingnan University

Monetary Policy and Exchange Rate Pass-Through:

What Matters for Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) Countries?

Ms Vivian Ikwuoma Nnetu-Okolieuwa Department of Economics, Lingnan University Health Shocks and Human Capital Development in India
Ms Crystal Xinru Wu Department of Management, Lingnan University

How Servant Leaders Emerge: Exploring the Dispositional

and Situational Influences on Servant Leadership Behavior

Mr Khurshid Hamid Department of Management, Lingnan University

A Multiple Qualitative Case Study to Explore the

Implementation of Creating Shared Value Strategy

and Its Perceived Socio-Economic Benefits

Ms Getrude Dadirai Gwenzi

Department of Sociology and Social Policy,

Lingnan University

Constructing the Meaning of Family in the Context of

Family Separation: A Study of Institutional Care

Leavers in Zimbabwe

Ms Yuyang Kang

Department of Sociology and Social Policy,

Lingnan University

International Education & Entrepreneurship

Development: Evidence from Shenzhen

Ms Shan He School of Education, University of Nottingham
Ningbo China
Constructing Employability with a Liberal Arts Degree
Ms Yvonne Fang Yu

School of Education, University of Nottingham
Ningbo China

The identity of Chinese College Students: A Multiple

Case Study in a Transnational Higher Education (TNHE)

Institution in China