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Professor POSTIGLIONE, Gerard A.

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Professor POSTIGLIONE, Gerard A.

白傑瑞

Chair Professor

Division of Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education

Tel: (852) 2859 2526

Location: Room 424, Runme Shaw Building

Areas of Expertise:

Comparative sociology of Asian higher education, access and equity, graduate employment, the academic profession, cross-border partnerships, China-U.S.A. educational relations

Awards

2017: Best Book Award, Comparative and International Education Society, Atlanta, USA, March 9.

2016: Fellow for Excellence in Research: American Educational Research Association, April 9.

2015-16: Humanities and Social Science Prestigious Fellow: Research Grants Council.

2015: Lifetime Contribution Award for Studies in Higher Education: CIES, Washington DC, March 11.

2011: Best Book Award, The Comparative and International Education Society, Toronto, Canada, May 1.

2006: Outstanding Research Supervisor Award: University of Hong Kong.

Projects
Research Grants
  1. Ford Foundation, investigate the nature of social and academic experiences of representative samples of rural college students entering four elite universities in China US$150,000.
  2. Research Grants Council, Rural students' final year in elite universities: Examining determinants of academic and social success HK$928,748.
  3. Humanities and Social Science Prestigious Fellowship, Research Grant Council, 2014-5, HK$674,000.
  4. Ford Foundation, A study with intervention to produce innovative approaches for higher education access among poor underserved populations, US$116,302.
  5. Public Policy Research, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, The integration of higher education systems in Hong Kong and Guangdong, 2012, HKU7021-PPR-12, HK$550,070.
  6. The University of Hong Kong Research Fund, The flow of the River: Tracing the social roots of China's selective colleges and universities, 2011, HK$78,500
  7. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, Understanding rural parental involvement in schooling: A longitudinal study of rural families in Gansu Province, Principal Investigator, 2011, HK$693,913.
  8. Strategic Research Theme in Contemporary China Studies, Sino-foreign joint ventures in higher education, February 2009, HK$ 200,000.
  9. University of Hong Kong Grant, Strategic Research Grant in Comparative Studies in Higher Education, Border crossing in East Asian higher education, 2009, HK$100,000.
  10. The University of Hong Kong, Research Grant, Border crossing in East Asian higher education, 2008, HK$52,125.
  11. Faculty of Education Research Funds, Nationalism, ethnic groups, and educational development in China, 2008, HK$20,000.
  12. The University of Hong Kong Seed Funding, Meaningful access to higher education for China's minorities, 2007, HK$100,000
  13. The University of Hong Kong Seed Fund, The underachievement of Tibetan students from nomadic areas, Seed Grant from University of Hong Kong, 2006. HK$70,000.
  14. Strategic Research Theme for China Studies, Reform and development, University of Hong Kong, 2006, HK$100,000.
  15. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, Principal Investigator, The Second international study of the academic profession: The Hong Kong and Chinese Mainland components, 2005, $700,800 [HKU 7456/05H].
  16. University of Hong Kong, Research Grant, A comparative study of the academic profession in Hong Kong and Mainland China, 2004, HK$40,000.
  17. University of Hong Kong, Research Grant, A study of the development of community colleges in Hong Kong, 2003, HK$51,860.
  18. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, Principal Investigator, A study of inland boarding schools for ethnic minorities in China, January 2003, [7191/02H], $1,525,699.
  19. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, Principal Investigator, School discontinuation in poor ethnic minority regions of Western China: A study of contributing factors and alleviation measures, 1998-2002 [7194/98H], $700,200.
  20. The University of Hong Kong, An examination of changes in the academic profession in Hong Kong between 1993 and 1998, 1999, HK$114,000.
  21. Hang Seng Bank Golden Jubilee Education Fund, University of Hong Kong, School discontinuation in national minority regions of China, 1997, HK$20,000.
  22. University of Hong Kong, Research Fund, School discontinuation in poor national minority regions of China, 1997, HK$141,086.
  23. Sik Sik Yuen Education Research Fund, The changing university student: A study of trends, 1996, HK$4,600.
  24. Sik Sik Yuen, Research Grant, Preliminary study of the academic profession in Hong Kong higher education, 1995, HK$2,000.
  25. University of Hong Kong, Research Grant, China's universities and market reforms: Implications for the academic profession in Hong Kong, June 1995, HK$30,000.
  26. Hang Seng Bank Research Grant administered by the Centre of Asian Studies, The academic profession in Hong Kong: Locating key indices of academic productivity, 1995, $HK10,000.
  27. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, Co-Investigator, Education and manpower in South China, June 1994.
  28. International Development Research Center (IDRC), Asian Development Bank Research Grant administered by IDRC, National minority border education: Attendance and non-attendance in border area schools, May 1993, HK$36,000
  29. Hang Seng Bank Golden Jubilee Education Fund for Research, A study of the academic profession in Hong Kong higher education: Maintaining excellence, 1993, HK$18,715.
  30. Sik Sik Yuen Education Research Fund, A study of the academic profession in Hong Kong higher education: Maintaining excellence, 1993, HK$8,998
  31. University of Hong Kong Research Grant, China's economic reforms and changes in higher education, 1990, HK$45,000.
  32. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, Study of higher education in Hong Kong: Status review and future projection, Co-Investigator, 1992-5.
  33. Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, A study of the school management initiative: Influence on schools, Co-Investigator, 1992-1995.
  34. Center for Urban Studies and Urban Planning of the University of Hong Kong, Education credentialing and electronics industry in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, 1989, HK$20,000.
  35. Center for Urban Studies and Urban Planning of the University of Hong Kong, Education in the in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, 1985, HK$10,000.
  36. University Research Committee, Social and moral values in the Hong Kong education system, 1984, HK$9,700.
  37. University of Hong Kong Research Grant, Ethnic ideological themes of Hong Kong Chinese, 1982, HK$7,000.
Invitations to Notable Events
  1. Invited discussant for session on higher education, including Jack Ma (Ma Yuen) of Alibaba, Clinton Global Initiative (met and thanked by President Bill Clinton), Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hong Kong, November, 2008.
  2. Invited to Great Hall of the People, Education Policy and Planning Briefing Beijing, Before National Day, 2006.
  3. Invited to reception for China President Hu Jintao, NCUSCR, Washington D.C., 2005 (could not attend).
  4. Invited to US Embassy, United States Ambassador to China, Joseph Prueher events, Beijing, 2001.
  5. Invited by Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR to Chinese National Day Celebrations, annually, usually attend.
  6. Invited to reception for Opera Legend Luciano Pavorotti, Washington D.C., January, 1988.
  7. Invited and attended Reception at the Rose Garden, White House, Washington D.C., February, 1988.
Supervision of Doctoral Dissertation
  • Advisor, Research Studies in Education, Doctoral Student Publication, 2006, 2007, 2009

Doctoral Students’ Awards:

  • Li Ka Shing Award for Best Doctoral Dissertation (Gregory Fairbrother)
  • Fulbright 21th Century Scholar Award (Zhu Zhiyong)
  • University-wide Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award (Carlos Enrique Soto)

Graduated Doctorates

  1. 2015 - Carlos Soto, Achievement of low-income minority students in Hong Kong.
  2. 2015 - Chen Yiwei, Gender and social capital in Chinese higher vocational education.
  3. 2015 - Marina Ma, Impact of the World Bank on higher education in China.
  4. 2015 - Xu Xueyan, Academic capital in Beijing’s universities.
  5. 2014 - Liu Dian, University graduates and the job search in urban China: An examination of the culture of personal advancement.
  6. 2013 - Yang Miaoyan, University as a site of Tibetan ethnic identity construction.
  7. 2013 - Hayes Tang, Scholarship reconsidered in an era of entrepreneurialism: A comparative study of the academic profession in Hong Kong and South Korea
  8. .2013 - Shao Yanju, The education of little red guards during the cultural revolution.
  9. 2013 - Hong Yanbi, Between sacred and secular knowledge: Rationalities on education in a Muslim village of Northwest China.
  10. 2013 - Deng Huiwen, Legislation as a policy process: A case study of the revision of compulsory education law of the PRC.
  11. 2012 - Xu Wen, Developing school-based media literacy curriculum in China Mainland.
  12. 2012 - Doris Yang Dongsheng, A study of a software engineering faculty in China.
  13. 2012 - Alka Sharma, Education and ethnic identity of South Asian student in Hong Kong.
  14. 2012 - Lucia Lin Liu, Muddling through: A cultural perspective on life in schools for China's deviant students.
  15. 2011 - Xie Ailei, Guanxi inclusion in rural China: Parental involvement and students' college access and equity in China’s universities.
  16. 2011 - Michael Lee, Managerialism and the academic profession in Hong Kong.
  17. 2008 - Gao Fang, What it means to be a model minority: Schooling experience of ethnic korean Students in Northeast China.
  18. 2008 - Wang Liangjuan, Ethnic migrants, social networks and educational access: Membership capitalization in Beijing.
  19. 2008 - Yu Haibo, Schooling and identity of the Naxi ethnic minority in China.
  20. 2007 - Zhao Zhenzhou, Am I privileged?': Minority Mongol students and cultural recognition in Chinese universities.
  21. 2006 - Chen Yangbin, Uyghur students in a Chinese boarding school: Social recapitalization as a response to ethnic integration.
  22. 2004 - Zhu Zhiyong, State schooling and ethnic identity: A study of an inland Tibet middle school in the People's Republic of China.
  23. 2003 - Katherine Robinson, A Foucauldian perspective on the construction of excellence in university teaching.
  24. 2002 - Jiang Yimin, Family environment and academic achievement in Nanjing secondary schools.
  25. 2001 - Gregory Fairbrother, Toward critical patriotism: Student resistance to political education in Hong Kong and China.
  26. 1998 - Sherril, Shui Lai Hung, China’s women revolutionary leader: Lin Qiling.
  27. 1996 - Jane Nam Yung, A comparative study of Pai Yao and Han Chinese junior secondary school dropouts in Liannan Yao Autonomous County, Guangdong Province.
  28. 1994 - Terry Chow Kwok Wai, The dialectic of utopia and ideology in education: The implications of the critical hermeneutic of Paul Ricoeur.

Current Ph.D. Students

  1. Wesley Teter, Cross-border higher education in Southeast Asia
  2. Ewan Wright, Socio-economic inequality in higher education
  3. Li Xiaoliang, Cultural capital and university access in rural China
  4. Ivy Li, Academic mobility and knowledge networks in China
  5. Qin Yunyun, Cross border higher education: The case of HKBU in Zhuhai
  6. Ma Ying, China’s key school system and the goal of equality in education

Current Ed.D. Students

  1. Paul Li, Student engagement in community colleges
  2. Chan Chi-lok, Factors affecting perception of programme quality
Publications
Authored books
  1. Postiglione, G. A. (forthcoming). China’s precarious balance in higher education: Domestic demands and going global. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  2. Postiglione, G. A. (in press). Society, culture, education and globalization in Asia: The selected works of Gerard A. Postiglione. Routledge Press.
  3. Postiglione, G. A. (2013). Improving transitions: From school to university to workplace. Mandaluyong City: Asian Development Bank.
  4. Postiglione, G. A. (1983). Ethnicity and American social theory: Toward critical pluralism. Lantham, MD: University Press of America.
Edited Books
  1. Kong, P., Postiglione, G. A. , & Hannum, E. (Ed.) (forthcoming). China’s rural education in transition. Routledge Press.
  2. Postiglione, G. A. & Jung, J. (Ed.) (in press). The changing academic profession in Hong Kong: Governance, productivity, and global integration. Dordrecht: Springer.
  3. Shin, J. C., Postiglione, G. A. , & Huang F. T. (Ed.) (2015). Mass higher education development in East Asia: Strategy, quality, and challenges. Dordrecht: Springer.
  4. Guo, R., Bulag, U. E., Crang, M. A., Heberer, T., Hwang, E. G., Millward, J. A., Postiglione, G. A. , Rossabi, M., Shih, C. Y., & Tapp, N. (Ed.) (2014). Multicultural China. Dordrecht: Springer.
  5. Beckett, G. & Postiglione, G. A. (Ed.) (2011). China’s assimilationist language policy: The impact on indigenous/minority literacy and social harmony. London: Routledge Press.
  6. Chapman, D., Cummings, W., & Postiglione, G. A. (Ed.) (2010). Crossing borders in East Asian higher education. Dordrecht: Springer.
  7. Postiglione, G. A. & Tan, J. (Ed.) (2007). Going to school in East Asia. New York: Greenwood Press.
  8. Postiglione, G. A. (Ed.) (2006). Education and social change in China: Inequality in a market economy. New York: M.E Sharpe.
  9. Postiglione, G. A. (Ed.) (1999). China’s national minority education: Culture, schooling and development. New York: Routledge Press.
  10. Postiglione, G. A. & Tang, J. T. H. (Ed.) (1997). Hong Kong’s reunion with China: The global dimensions. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  11. Postiglione, G. A. & Mak, G. (Ed.) (1997). Asian higher education. Westport: Greenwood Press.
  12. Postiglione, G. A. & Lee, W. O. (Ed.) (1997). Schooling in Hong Kong: Organization, teaching, and social perspectives. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.
  13. Chan, M. K. & Postiglione, G. A. (Ed.) (1996). The Hong Kong reader: Passage to Chinese sovereignty. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  14. Postiglione, G. A. & Lee, W. O. (Ed.) (1995). Education, social change, and regional development: Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Centre of Asian Studies Press.
  15. Postiglione, G. A. , Li, Y. & Li, J. X. (Ed.) (1992). Western sociology of education. Taipei: Wunan Press (Chinese).
  16. Postiglione, G. A. (Ed.) (1991). Education and society in Hong Kong: Toward one country and two systems. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
Articles
  1. Zhang, L. F., Evans, C., & Postiglione, G. A. (forthcoming). Do organizational commitments matter in teaching approaches among academics in elite higher educational institutions in Beijing? Educational Psychology.
  2. Postiglione, G. A. & Wright, E. (forthcoming). Strategic alignment of tertiary education and economies in East and Southeast Asia, International Journal of Chinese Education.
  3. Postiglione, G. A. (2015). Research universities for national rejuvenation and global influence: China’s search for a balanced model, Higher Education, 70(2), 235-250.
  4. Xie, A. & Postiglione, G. A. (2015). Guanxi and school success: An ethnographic inquiry of parental involvement in rural China, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 37(7), 1014-1033.
  5. Shin, J. C., Jung, J., Postiglione, G. A. , & Azman, N. (2014). Research productivity of returnees from study abroad in Korea, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. Minerva, 52(4), 467-487.
  6. Xie, A. & Postiglione, G. A. (2014). Guanxi exclusion in rural China: Parental involvement and students’ college access, China's Education: Research and Review, 16(1), 67-112.
  7. Postiglione, G. A. (2013). Anchoring globalization in Hong Kong's research universities: Network agents, institutional arrangements, and brain circulation. Studies in Higher Education, 38(3), 345-366.
  8. Postiglione, G. A. & Altbach, P. G. (2013). Professors: The key to internationalization. International Higher Education, 73, 11-12.
  9. Postiglione, G. A. , Jiao, B., & Li, X.L. (2012). Education change and development in nomadic communities of the Tibetan Autonomous Region (TAR). International Journal of Chinese Education, 1(1), 89-105.
  10. Postiglione, G. A. & Altbach, P. G. (2012). Hong Kong’s academic advantage. Peking University Education Review, October.
  11. Postiglione, G. A. (2011). Higher education: University challenge, China Economic Quarterly, 15(2), 22-25.
  12. Postiglione, G. A. (2011). Global recession and higher education in Eastern Asia: China, Mongolia and Vietnam, Higher Education, 62(66), 789-814.
  13. Postiglione, G. A. (2010). Mongolia’s challenge: Becoming Asian in higher education. International Higher Education, 60, 20-21.
  14. Zhao, Z. & Postiglione, G. A. (2010). Representations of ethnic minorities in China's university media. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 31(3), 319-334.
  15. Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Dislocated education: The case of Tibet. Comparative Education Review, 53(4), 483-512.
  16. Postiglione, G. A. & Jiao, B. (2009). Tibet's relocated schools: Popularization reconsidered. Asian Survey, 49(5), 895-914
  17. Chen, Y. & Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Muslim Uyghur students in a dislocated Chinese boarding school: Bonding social capital as a response to ethnic integration. Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts, 2(2), 287-309.
  18. Postiglione, G. A. & Xie, A. (2009). Catering for the market: China’s graduate employment problem, Chinese Cross Currents, 6(2), 80-87.
  19. Zhenzhou, Z. & Postiglione, G. A. (2008). Making globalization work for Chinese higher education by building bridges between internationalization and multiculturalism. Asian Ethnicity, 9(2), 133-150.
  20. Postiglione, G. A. & Lin, J. (2008). Studying overseas at home: Chinese higher education’s new virtual reality. Hong Kong Economic Journal, 374, 70-71.
  21. Postiglione, G. A. (2008). Forward the globalization of Chinese higher education. Peking University Education Review, 6(2), 42-57,
  22. Wang, J. & Postiglione, G. A. (2008). China's minorities without written scripts: The case of education access among the Dongxiang. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 18(2), 166-189.
  23. Postiglione, G. A. (2008). Making Tibetans in China: Educational challenges of harmonious multiculturalism. Educational Review, 60(1),1-20.
  24. Postiglione, G. A. (2008). Transformations in transnational higher education, Journal of Higher Education, 29, 21-31.
  25. Postiglione, G. A. , Jiao, B., & Gyatso, S. (2006). Household perspectives on school attendance in rural Tibet. Educational Review, 58(3), 317-337.
  26. Postiglione, G. A. (2005). Questioning centre–periphery platforms. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 25(2), 209-225.
  27. Postiglione, G. A. (2005). Higher education in China: Perils and promises for a new century. Harvard China Review, Spring, 138-43.
  28. Postiglione, G. A. , Jiao, B., & Gyatso, S. (2005). Education in rural Tibet: Development, problems and adaptations. China: An International Journal, 3(1), 1-23.
  29. Postiglione, G. A. (2005). China’s global bridging: The transformation of university mobility between Hong Kong and the United States. Journal of Studies in International Education, 9(1), 5-25.
  30. Zhao, Z. & Postiglione, G. A. (2005). Ethnic identity at university: Mongolian students in Beijing, Chinese Cross Currents, 2(3), 64-75.
  31. Postiglione, G. A. (2005). The way out for Tibetan education: Provide a world class standard, Hong Kong Economic Journal, 338, 58-60.
  32. Postiglione, G. A. & Sing, Y. M. (2005). Globalization and the sustainability of community colleges in the Asia-Pacific region: The case of Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland. Hong Kong Teachers’ Centre Journal, 4, 19-34.
  33. Postiglione, G. A. , Zhiyong, Z., & Jiao, B. (2004). From ethnic segregation to impact integration: State schooling and identity construction for rural Tibetans. Asian Ethnicity, 5(2), 195-217.
  34. Postiglione, G. A. (2002). Chinese higher education in the 21st Century: Challenges of a market economy. Higher Education, People’s University Social Science Information Centre, 30-37.
  35. Zhang, L. F. & Postiglione, G. A. (2001). Thinking styles, self-esteem, and socio-economic status. Personality and Individual Differences, 31(8), 1333-1346.
  36. Postiglione, G. A. (2001). Globalization and professional autonomy: The academy in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing. Education and Society, 19(1), 23-43.
  37. Postiglione, G. A. (2001). China’s educational expansion, consolidation and globalization, International Higher Education, 24, 10-12.
  38. Postiglione, G. A. (2001). Community colleges in China, International Higher Education, 23, 17-18.
  39. Chapman, D. W., Chen, X., & Postiglione, G. A. (2000). Is preservice teacher training worth the money? A study of teachers in ethnic minority regions of the People's Republic of China. Comparative Education Review, 44(3), 300-328.
  40. Postiglione, G. & Minghe, J. (1999). Academic culture in Shanghai's universities. International Higher Education, 17, 12-13.
  41. Postiglione, G. A. (1998). Maintaining global engagement in the face of national integration in Hong Kong. Comparative Education Review, 42(1), 30-45.
  42. Postiglione, G. A. (1996). Attitudes and attributes of Hong Kong academics. Higher Education Management, 8(3), 91-110.
  43. Postiglione, G. A. & Teng, X. (1996). The problem of basic education in national minority border areas. Journal of Ethnic Minority Education, 1, 29-38.
  44. Meng, H. W., Ai, Y. P., & Postiglione, G. A. (1995). School discontinuation in national minority border regions of China. Educational Research, 60-66 (Chinese).
  45. Postiglione, G. A. (1995). Hong Kong higher education and its academic profession: Entering the red chamber. International Higher Education, 3, 14-16.
  46. Postiglione, G. A. (1994). An overview of ethnic minority education in China. Journal of Ethnic Minority Education (Chinese), 3, 28-36.
  47. Postiglione, G. A. (1992). China's national minorities and educational change. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 22(1), 20-44.
  48. Postiglione, G. A. (1991). From capitalism to socialism? Hong Kong education within a transitional society. Comparative Education Review, 35(4), 627-649.
  49. Postiglione, G. A. (1988). The structuring of ethnicity in Hong Kong: Entering the transition phase. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 12(3), 247-267.
  50. Postiglione, G. A. (1987). International higher education and the labor market in Hong Kong: Functions of overseas and local higher education. International Education, 17(1), 48.
  51. Postiglione, G. A. & Shui, L. H. (1986). Educational expansion in Hong Kong: Contradicting modes of explanation. Journal of the Hong Kong Educational Research Association, 95-99.
  52. Griffin, P. E., & Postiglione, G. A. (1984). The impact of initial teacher experience on attitudes toward discipline: A contextual analysis of change. The Education Journal (Hong Kong), 12(1), 64-71.
  53. Postiglione, G. A. (1984). The implications of Rawlsian liberalism for liberty and equality in higher education. New Horizons, 25, 184-9.
  54. Postiglione, G. A. , & Scimecca, J. (1983). The poverty of paradigmaticism: a symptom of the crisis in sociological explanation. The Journal of Mind and Behavior, 4(3), 179-190.
  55. Postiglione, G. A. (1983). Educational expansion and the pedagogical encounter: What can we learn from history?. New Horizons, 24, 226-241.
  56. Postiglione, G. A. (1982). Opposition to public higher education in New York State: 1870-1880. Journal of Libertarian Studies, 6(3-4), 359-376.
  57. Pierson, H., Postiglione, G. , & Hu, S. (1982). Toward a theory of cultural conflict in Hong Kong. New Horizons, 22, 75-81.
Guest Edited Journals
  1. Postiglione, G. A. , and Arimoto, A. (2015). Building research universities in Asia, Higher Education, 70(2).
  2. Gulbahar, G. and Postiglione, G. A. (2010). Ethnic minority education in China: Language policies and practices, Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education. 4(1), 2010.
  3. Postiglione, G. A. (2008). Education of Tibetans, Educational Review, 60(1).
Guest Edited Journals, Chinese Education and Society
  1. Rural Education in Western China, forthcoming
  2. China’s Cross-Border Cooperation, 42(4), 2009.
  3. Academic Profession III: Rise of Academic Corruption, 40(6), 2007
  4. Pan Maoyuan and Chinese Higher Education, 40(3), 2007.
  5. Sociology of Education, I, 40(1), 2007
  6. Sociology of Education II, 40(2), 2007
  7. Academic Profession II, 38(1), 2005
  8. Academic Profession I, 37(6), 2004.
  9. Higher Education: Expansion, Equity, and Corruptness, 37(1), 2004
  10. WTO and Higher Education, 36(5), 2003.
  11. Educational Research Selections, 35, 2002
  12. Strengthening Ethnic Minority Education, 35(3), 2002
  13. Bilingual Education, 34(2), 2001
  14. Laws and Regulations on Ethnic Minority Education, 32(5), 1999
  15. Higher Education Reform in China, 31(6), 1998
  16. Popularizing Nine-Year Compulsory Education, 31(5), 1998
  17. The Schooling of Tibetans (I) & (II), 30(4 & 5), 1997
  18. Great Tremors in China's Intellectual Circles: An Overview of Intellectuals Floundering in the Sea of Commercialism, 29(6), 1996.
  19. Higher Education China in 1994: Selections from China Education News, with Liu Fang, 28(6), 1995.
  20. Heavy Laden Wings: Sad Contemplations on China's Education I & II, 28(1 & 2), 1995.
  21. Examinations I & II, 26(5 & 6), 1994
  22. Education & the Development of the Economy, 23(4), 1990-91.
  23. Education and Modernization of Science & Technology, 23(3), 1990
  24. Education in Special Economic Zones and Open Cities, 21(3), 1988
  25. Sociology of Education in China: Reestablishment and New Directions, 20, 1987.
Book chapters
  1. Postiglione, G. A. (2016). Making Tibetans: Educational challenges. In Y. K. Cha, S. H. Ham, & M. Lee (Ed.), The Routledge international handbook of multicultural education research in Asia Pacific. Routledge.
  2. Postiglione, G. A. (2016). China’s search for its liberal arts and sciences model. In W. Kirby & M. van der Wende (Ed.), Experiences in liberal arts and science education from America, Europe, and Asia (pp. 17-31). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  3. Postiglione, G. A. (2016). Power, purpose and the rise of the rest. In A. R. Sadovnik (Ed.), Leaders in the sociological study of education (pp.153-170) as part of book series Leaders in educational thought. Leonard Wak, Boston: Sense Publishers.
  4. Postiglione, G. A. & Jung, J. (2015). Congeniality and research productivity in state-professional-market driven systems of mass higher education. In W. Cummings & U. Teichler (Ed.), The relevance of academic work in comparative perspective (pp. 107-120). Dordrecht: Springer.
  5. Jung, J. & Postiglione, G. A. (2015). From massification towards the post-massification of higher education in Hong Kong. In C. Shin, G. Postiglione, F. T. Huang (Ed.), Mass higher education development in East Asia (pp. 119-136). Dordrecht: Springer.
  6. Postiglione, G. A. (2015). Improving school to university transitions during mass higher education: A policy perspective. In J. C. Shin, G. A. Postiglione, F. T. Huang (Ed.), Mass higher education development in East Asia (pp. 245-267). Dordrecht: Springer.
  7. Gao, F. & Postiglione, G. A. (2015). Ethnicity and educational achievement. In J. Wright (Ed.), International encyclopedia of the social & behavioral sciences. Elsevier Press.
  8. Postiglione, G. A. (2015). Reflections on the past 30 years of Hong Kong’s development in higher education. In L. Haifeng (Ed.), From yesterday to today: Research on educational history (pp.563-4). Xiamen University Press.
  9. Postiglione, G. A. (2014). What matters in global outreach?. In Y. Cheng, Q. Wang, & N. Liu, (Ed.), How world-class universities affect global higher education (pp. 163-175). Sense Publishers.
  10. Postiglione, G. A. (2014). Education and cultural diversity in multiethnic China. In Y. B. Chen & J. Liebold (Ed.), Minority education in China: balancing unity and diversity in an era of critical pluralism, (pp. 27-43), Hong Kong University Press.
  11. Postiglione, G. A. , Jiao, B., & Li, X. L. (2014). Popularizing basic education in Tibet's nomadic regions. In Y. B. Chen & J. Liebold (Ed.), Minority education in China: Balancing unity and diversity in an era of critical pluralism, (pp. 107-130). Hong Kong University Press.
  12. Cummings, W. K., Bain, O., Postiglione, G. A. , & Jung, J. (2014). Internationalization of the academy: Rhetoric, recent trends, and prospects. In F. Huang, M. Finkelstein & M. Rostan (Ed.), The internationalization of the academy: Changes, realities and prospects (pp. 55-77). Dordrecht: Springer.
  13. Postiglione, G. A. , & Jung, J. (2013). Frameworks for creating research universities: The Hong Kong case. In J.C. Shin & B. Kehm (Ed.), Institutionalization of world-class university in global competition (pp. 237-254). Dordrecht: Springer.
  14. Postiglione, G. A. & Jung, J. (2013). World-class university and Asia’s top tier researchers. In Q. Wang, Y. Cheng, & N. Liu (Ed.), Building world-class universities (pp. 161-179). Sense Publishers.
  15. Postiglione, G. A. (2012). Raising the level of Sino-foreign educational cooperation. In Y. Guiren & Z. Xiuqin (Ed.), Foreign scholars on Chinese education (pp. 364-369), Beijing: Higher Education Press.
  16. Postiglione, G. A. , Zhang, L. F., & Jiao, B. (2012). Comparing Tibetan and non-Tibetan students on intellectual styles. In N. Phuntsog (Ed.), Schooling and Tibetan culture in transnational context: Advances in education in diverse communities. Emerald Press.
  17. Postiglione, G. A. & Jiao, B. (2011). Student perspectives on the inland schools. In M. Rong (Ed.), Contemporary Chinese ethnology and anthropology: Studies on social development in Tibet. Beijing: Nationalities Publisher.
  18. Postiglione, G. A. (2011). The rise of research universities: The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. In P. Altbach & J. Salmi (Ed.), The road to academic excellence: The making of world-class research universities (pp. 63-100). Washington, D.C.: The World Bank.
  19. Postiglione, G. A. (2011). Education. In X. Zang (Ed.), Understanding Chinese society (pp. 83-97), London: Routledge Press.
  20. Postiglione, G. A. (2011). Ethnic autonomous regions. In J. Banks (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of diversity in education. Sage Press.
  21. Song, Y. & Postiglione, G. (2011). The expensive dream: Financing higher vocational colleges in China. In R. L. Raby (Ed.), Increasing effectiveness of the community college financial model: A global perspective for the global economy (pp. 251-263). Palgrave Macmillan.
  22. Postiglione, G. A. , Jiao, B., Goldstein, M., & Ryan, J. (2011). Education in the Tibetan Autonomous Region: Policies and practices in rural and nomadic communities. In W. Locke, W. Cummings, & D. Fisher (Ed.), Education reform in China: Changing concepts, contexts and practices (pp. 92-110). London: Routledge.
  23. Postiglione, G. A. & Wang, S. R. (2011). Governance of the academy in Hong Kong. In Locke, W. Cummings, & D. Fisher (Ed.), Changing governance and management in higher education (pp. 343-368), Dordrecht: Springer.
  24. Postiglione, G. A. (2010). East Asian knowledge systems: Driving ahead amid borderless higher education. In D. Chapman, W. K. Cummings, & G. A. Postiglione (Ed.), Crossing borders in East Asian higher education (pp. 25-46). Dordrecht: Springer.
  25. Chapman, D. W., Cummings, W. K., & Postiglione, G. A. (2010). Transformations in higher education: Crossing borders and bridging minds. In D. Chapman, W. K., Cummings, & G. A. Postiglione (Ed.), Crossing borders in East Asian higher education (pp. 1-22). Dordrecht: Springer.
  26. Postiglione, G. A. , & Chapman, D. W. (2010). East Asia’s experience of border crossing: Assessing future prospects. In D. Chapman, W. K., Cummings, & G. A. Postiglione (Ed.), Crossing borders in East Asian higher education (pp. 377-382). Dordrecht: Springer.
  27. Fong, P. & Postiglione, G. A. (2010). Making transnational collaboration work: The case of China’s Hong Kong system. In D. Chapman & R. Sakamoto (Ed.), Cross-border collaborations in higher education: Partnerships beyond the classroom (pp. 169-190). Dordrecht: Springer.
  28. Postiglione, G. A. (2010). Ethnic identity and educational outcomes in China. In P. Peterson, E. Baker, & B. McGaw (Ed.), International encyclopedia of education, Oxford: Elsevier.
  29. Postiglione, G. A. (2010). Higher education since 1949. In D. Pong (Ed.), Encyclopedia of modern China, New York: MacMillan.
  30. Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Tibetan rural education development and capital forms. In G. Xinjia & J. Hung (Ed.), 21st century China. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press.
  31. Postiglione, G. A., Jiao, B., & Tsering, N. (2009). Tibetan student perspectives on Neidi schools. In M. Zhou & A. Hill (Ed.), Affirmative action in China and the US: A dialogue on inequality and minority education (pp. 127-142). Palgrave Macmillan.
  32. Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Education of ethnic groups in China, In J. Banks (Ed.), The Routledge international companion to multicultural education (pp. 501-511). New York and London: Routledge.
  33. Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Ethnic minorities in China. In L. Cheng (Ed.), Berkshire encyclopedia of China (pp. 763-770). USA: Berkshire Publishing Company.
  34. Postiglione, G. (2009). Community colleges in China's two systems. In R. L. Raby & E. Valeau (Ed.), Community college models: Globalization and higher education reform (pp. 157-171). Amsterdam: Springer.
  35. Postiglione, G. A. & Kwok, S. (2008). Institutionalizing the community college associate degree in Hong Kong. In P. A. Elsner (Ed.), A global survey of community colleges, technical colleges, and further education in different regions of the world. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Community Colleges Press.
  36. Postiglione, G. A. , Watkins, D., & Wang, L. (2008). China’s community colleges: Remolding a model to meet transitional challenges. In P. A. Elsner (Ed.), A global survey of community colleges, technical colleges, and further education in different regions of the world. Washington, D.C.: American Association of Community Colleges Press.
  37. Postiglione, G. A. & Tang, H. H. H. (2008). A preliminary review of the Hong Kong changing academic profession data. In H. Futao (Ed.), The changing academic profession in international comparative and quantitative perspectives: Report of the international conference on the changing academic profession project (pp. 227-249). Research Institute for Higher Education, Hiroshima University.
  38. Postiglione, G. A. (2008). Ethnicity and the role of education as a mechanism for national unity in China. In S. Saha (Ed.), Ethnicity and sociopolitical change in Africa and other developing countries: A constructive discourse in state building (pp. 145-168). New York: Lexington.
  39. Postiglione, G. A. & Tan, J. (2007). Contexts and reform in East Asian education: Making the move from periphery to core. In G. A. Postiglione & J. Tan (Ed.), Going to school in East Asia (pp. 1-19). Westport: Greenwood Press.
  40. Postiglione, G. A. (2007). School access in Tibet. In E. Hannum & A. Park (Ed.), Rural education reform in China (pp. 97-116). London: Routledge Press.
  41. Postiglione, G. A. & Jiao, B. (2007). Language in Tibetan education: The case of the Neidiban Manlaji. In A. Feng (Ed.), Bilingual education in China: Practices, policies and concepts (pp. 49-74). New York: Multilingual Matters.
  42. Postiglione, G. A. (2007). Hong Kong: Expansion, reunion with China, and the transformation of academic culture. In W. Locke & U. Teichler (Ed.), The changing conditions for academic work and careers in selected countries (pp. 57-76). Kassel: International Centre for Higher Education Research.
  43. Postiglione, G. A. (2007). Southeast Asian higher education: A selective examination of trends and patterns. In M. A. Navarro & I. Sanchez Rodrigues (Ed.), Transformacion mundial de la educacion superior (pp. 61-75). Puebla, Mexico: Universidad Iberoamericano Puebla.
  44. Postiglione, G. A. (2006). The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. In H. Futao (Ed.), Quality, relevance, and governance in the changing academia: International perspectives (pp. 97-114). Hiroshima: Research Institute for Higher Education, Number 20, COE Publication Series.
  45. Postiglione, G. A. (2006). China’s educational inequality. In G. A. Postiglione (Ed.), Education and social change in China: Inequality in a market economy (pp. 3-24). New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  46. Postiglione, G. A. (2006). Finance and governance in Southeast Asian higher education. In B. Sanyal & M. Martin (Ed.), Higher education in the world, 2006: The financing of universities (pp. 187-192). New York: Palgrave.
  47. Postiglione, G. A. (2005). The evolution of the higher education systems in Hong Kong and the Mainland. In L. Haifeng (Ed.), Higher education reforms in China (pp. 54-70). Xiamen: Fujian Higher Education Press.
  48. Postiglione, G. A. (2005). The academic profession in Hong Kong. In A. Welsh (Ed.), The professoriate (pp. 193-204). Dordrecht: Springer.
  49. Postiglione, G. A. (2005). China’s Hong Kong bridge. In C. Li (Ed.), Bridging minds across the Pacific: U.S.-China educational exchanges, 1978-2003 (pp. 201-218). New York: Lexington Books.
  50. Postiglione, G. A. (2004). Universities for knowledge economies: Hong Kong and Mainland China with globalization and decentralization. In K. H. Mok (Ed.), Centralization and decentralization: Educational reform and changing governance Chinese societies (pp. 157-172). Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  51. Postiglione, G. A. (2004). The Evolution of Higher Education Systems in Hong Kong and China’s Mainland. In M. Y. Pan (Ed.), Inheritance and Reform (pp. 54-70). Xiamen University Press.
  52. Postiglione, G. A. (2002). The transformation of professional autonomy in Hong Kong. In A. So & M. K. Chan (Ed.), Crisis and transformation in China’s Hong Kong (pp. 307-321). New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  53. Postiglione, G. A. (2002). Chinese higher education at the turn of the century: Expansion, consolidation and globalization. In D. Chapman & A. Austin (Ed.), Higher education in the developing world: Changing contexts and institutional responses (pp. 149-166). Westport: Greenwood Press.
  54. Postiglione, G. A. (2000). National minority regions: Studying school discontinuation. In J. Liu (Ed.), The ethnographic eye: Interpretive research on education in China (pp. 51-71). New York: Falmer Press.
  55. PPostiglione, G. A. (1999). State schooling and ethnicity in China. In G. A. Postiglione (Ed.), China's national minority education: Culture, schooling, and development (pp. 3-19). New York: Falmer Press.
  56. Postiglione, G. A. (1997). The academic profession in Hong Kong higher education within a period of profound change. In P. Altbach, (Ed.), The academic profession: Studies from 14 countries (pp. 193-230). Princeton: Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
  57. Postiglione, G. A. & Mak, G. C. L. (1997). Hong Kong higher education. In G. A. Postiglione & G. C. L. Mak (Ed.), Higher education in Asia (pp. 57-74). Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.
  58. Postiglione, G. A. & Mak, G. C. L. (1997). Introduction. In G. A. Postiglione & G. C. L. Mak (Ed.), Higher education in Asia (pp. xv-xxviii). Westport, CN: Greenwood Press.
  59. Postiglione, G. A. (1997). Hong Kong’s universities within the global academy. In G. A. Postiglione & J. T. H. Tang (Ed.), Hong Kong’s reunion with China: The global dimensions (pp. 239-268). New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  60. Postiglione, G. A. (1997). Transforming Hong Kong’s global identity. In G. A. Postiglione & J. T. H. Tang (Ed.), Hong Kong’s reunion with China: The global dimensions (pp. 3-19). New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  61. Postiglione, G. A. (1997). Asian higher education in transition: Challenges for leadership. In M. F. Green & F. M. Hayward (Ed.), Transforming higher education: A worldwide view (pp. 57-72). USA: Oryx Press.
  62. Postiglione, G. A. , Teng, X., & Ai, Y. P. (1995). Basic education and school discontinuation in national minority border regions of China. In G. A. Postiglione & W. O. Lee (Ed.), Social change and educational development: Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong (pp. 186-206). Hong Kong: Centre of Asian Studies.
  63. Postiglione, G. A. (1995). National minorities and nationalities policy in China. In B. Berberoglu (Ed.), The national question (pp. 259-279). Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
  64. Postiglione, G. A. (1992). The implications of modernization for the education of China's national minorities. In R. Hayhoe (Ed.), Education and modernization: The Chinese experience (pp. 307-336). New York: Pergamon Press.
  65. Postiglione, G. A. (1992). Educational reform in Hong Kong. P. Cookson, A. Sadovnik & S. Semel (Ed.), The international handbook of educational reform (pp. 229-250). New York: Greenwood Press.
  66. Postiglione, G. A. (1991). Education and decolonization. In G. A. Postiglione (Ed.), Education and society in Hong Kong: Toward one country and two Systems (pp. 3-38). New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  67. Postiglione, G. A. (1991). Education and technology transfer in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. In K. M. Cheng & K. F. Leung (Ed.), Popularization of science and technology (127-132). UNESCO, University of Hong Kong.
  68. Postiglione, G. A. (1991). Education and technology transfer in South China's special zones. In (Ed.), New trends in science, technology, economy and society in the Pacific Basin (pp. 32-49). Shanghai: Academy of Science.
  69. Postiglione, G. A. (1987). China - Hong Kong academic exchange and China's recent educational reforms. In (Ed.), China - Hong Kong academic exchange: Present circumstances and future plans (pp. 41-45). Hong Kong: The Beijing-Hong Kong Academic Exchange Center.
  70. Postiglione, G. A. (1986). Higher education and the labor market in Hong Kong. In Choi, Fong, & Kwok (Ed.), Planning and development of open coastal cities (pp. 82-96). Hong Kong: Center of Urban Studies.
  71. Postiglione, G. A. (1985). Education commissions and educational research in Hong Kong. In M. A. Brimer (Ed.), Education in Hong Kong: Collected papers (pp. 82-86). Hong Kong: University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Education.
Book Series General Editor
  1. Chinese research perspectives on education, Brill Press, (4 annual volumes, series continues).
  2. Critical studies on education and society in China. Routledge Press. 2012-present (4 volumes in print, 4 in preparation).
  3. Brill’s Series on Chinese Education. Influential ideas on education. Brill Press (2 volumes in print, 3 in preparation).
  4. Emerging perspectives in education in China. New York: Lexington Books, Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2007- present (10 in print, 5 contracted).
  5. Education in China: Reform and diversity. Hong Kong University Press, 2005 – present (4 volumes in print,1 in press).
  6. Hong Kong becoming China. New York: M.E. Sharpe, 1991- present (12 volumes in print).
  7. Hong Kong culture and society. Series, Hong Kong University Press, 1999- present (6 volumes in print)
Book Forewords
  1. Postiglione, G. A. (2016). Foreword. In S. Guo & Y. Guo (Ed.), Spotlight on China: Changes in education under China’s market economy, Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  2. Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Foreword. In Y. Dongping (Ed.), The China education development yearbook. Leiden, Brill Press.
  3. Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Foreword. In C. Yangbin, Muslim Uyghur students in a Chinese boarding school: Social recapitalization as a response to ethnic integration. Lanham: Lexington Books.
  4. Postiglione, G. A. (2009). Foreword. In Z. Z. Zhu, State schooling and ethnic identity: The politics of a Tibetan Neidi secondary school in China, Lanham: Lexington Books.
  5. Postiglione, G. A. (2004). Foreword. In L. Wong & L. White, Hong Kong and Shanghai: Social policy and development. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  6. Postiglione, G. A. (2002). Foreword. In A. So & M. K. Chan (Ed.), Crisis and transformation in China’s Hong Kong. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  7. Postiglione, G. A. (1999). Foreword. In S. W. K. Chiu & T. L. Lui (Ed.), The dynamic of social movement in Hong Kong. Hong Kong University Press.
  8. Postiglione, G. A. (1995). Foreword. In R.Y. W. Kwok & A. Y. So, The Hong Kong - Guangdong link: Partnership in flux. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  9. Postiglione, G. A. (1994). Foreword. In M. K. Chan (Ed.), Precarious balance: Hong Kong between China and Britain, 1842-1992. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  10. Postiglione, G. A. (1994). Foreword. In R. Skeldon (Ed.), Reluctant exiles: Migration and overseas Chinese communities. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  11. Postiglione, G. A. (1992). Foreword. In B. Hsu, The common law system in Chinese context. New York: M.E. Sharpe.
  12. Postiglione, G. A. (1991). Foreword. In M. K. Chan & D. Clark, The Hong Kong Basic Law: Blueprint for stability and prosperity under Chinese sovereignty? New York: M. E. Sharpe.
Professional Community Services
Invited Media Publications
  1. Postiglione, G. A. & Chen, X. (2016, June 19). Leaving the Soviet model of control over universities, University World News.
  2. Postiglione, G. A. & Tierney, W. (2015, July 5). Integrity at risk, South China Morning Post.
  3. Postiglione, G. A. (2015, April 27). Asian universities are rising in the ranks. The Washington Post.
  4. Postiglione, G. A. (2013, August 29). China weighs the value of American liberal arts, Chronicle of Higher Education.
  5. Postiglione, G. A. (2013, January 21). Are China’s universities Competitive? The New York Times.
  6. Postiglione, G. A. (2010, November). Sino-foreign cooperation in education, Shanghai Education.
  7. Postiglione, G. A. (2008, March 29). High stakes in Hong Kong's dream to be Asia's education hub, South China Morning Post.
  8. Postiglione, G. A. (2007, November 10). Tibetans look to HK for lessons in how to tackle language issues, South China Morning Post.
  9. Postiglione, G. A. & Altbach, P. (2007, March 3). Pendulum has swung too far to state authority, South China Morning Post.
  10. Postiglione, G. A. & Altbach, P. (2006, July 6). Centre of business needs to boost its knowledge economy, South China Morning Post.
  11. Postiglione, G. A. & Lin, J. H. (2006) Studying overseas at home: A new situation in Chinese higher education. Hong Kong Xinbao.
  12. Postiglione, G. A. (1998, March 6). Under Chinese rule, subtle changes and a sense of unease, Chronicle of Higher Education.
Selected Media Coverage
  1. Quoted in “Singapore leads the way in Times Higher Education's 2016 ranking of the premier universities in Asia,” Times Higher Education, June 20, 2016.
  2. Interviewed about higher vocational education policy in China, China Radio International, March 23, 2016.
  3. Interviewed on university governance, RTHK Radio, February 24, 2016.
  4. Interviewed on “Equity issues in top-tier Chinese universities,” China International Radio, Beijing, April 16, 2015 (while at AERA Conference).
  5. Quoted in “During G. E. deal, Blackstone’s Schwarzman focused on a scholarship fund,” The New York Times, April 15, 2015.
  6. Quoted in “In China, dueling scholarship programs from billionaires,” The New York Times and International New York Times, August 28, 2014.
  7. Quoted in “The education revolution: Faltering economy in China dim job prospects for graduates,” The New York Times, July 16, 2013.
  8. Quoted in “Chinese graduates face dim job quest,” International Herald Tribune, page 1, June 14, 2013.
  9. Quoted in “A focus on skill increasingly links higher education with Employment,” University News, January 6, 2013.
  10. Quoted in “Universities must better prepare young people for the labor market,” University News, December 12, 2012.
  11. Quoted in “Asian researchers reach out to one another,” The New York Times, October 14, 2012.
  12. Quoted in “With eye to innovation, China revamps its universities,” Science, August 21, 2012.
  13. Quoted in "Asian institutions turn to east for higher education," The New York Times, December 25, 2011.
  14. Quoted in "First, catch your faculty: A recipe for excellence," The New York Times, October 16, 2011.
  15. Quoted in “Hong Kong’s universities decide bigger is better,” The New York Times, January 31, 2011.
  16. Quoted in “Shanghai students rated best in the world,” South China Morning Post, December 8, 2010.
  17. Quoted in “Educators back college split plan” South China Morning Post, December 6, 2010.
  18. Quoted in “Alarm over plan to control APA funding,” South China Morning Post, December 5, 2010.
  19. Quoted in “Researchers in Asian countries raise their scientific profile worldwide” The New York Times, September 12, 2010.
  20. Quoted in “A dearth of work for China’s college grads”, Bloomberg Businessweek, September 1, 2010.
  21. Interviewed on education, CNN Townhall, April 18, 2010 (U.S.A. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan appeared on same program).
  22. Quoted on Tibetan education, South China Morning Post, May 2008.
  23. Quoted in “Gerard Postiglione analyzes the relationship between educational reform and Hong Kong identity,” Hong Kong Economic Monthly, 363, 32-33, June 2007.
  24. Interviewed on by Correspondent Eunice Yuen, China story, CNN, 2007.
  25. Quoted in “Where’s Mao: Chinese revise history books,” The New York Times, page 1 story, September 1, 2006.
  26. Quoted in “China, learning is a rising burden,” The New York Times and International Herald Tribune, page 1 story, August 28, 2006.
  27. Quoted in “A textbook example of change in China,” The New York Times and International Herald Tribune, page 1 story, September 1, 2006.
  28. Quoted in “Education in limbo between state and market in China,” China Development Briefs, (Beijing), June 12, 2006.
  29. Quoted in “No peasant left behind,” BusinessWeek magazine, 86-87, August, 2005.
  30. Quoted in “Building human capital: Education in China,” China Economic Quarterly, 9(4), 21, 2005.
  31. Quoted about China’s expansion of higher education, in Christian Science Monitor, July, 2005.
  32. Quoted in “China needs science rebels,” South China Morning Post, June 17, 2006.
  33. Quoted in “China seeking U.S. investment in private school sector,” Education Week, 23(4), 8, September 23, 2003.
  34. Interviewed as an expert on community college development in China, CCTV, Central China Television, November, 2001.
  35. Quoted about language education in Hong Kong, Newsweek.
  36. Guest speaker on education after Hong Kong’s return to China, Hong Kong Weekly TVB Television Series "Newsline,", c1995.
  37. Invited to appear on CNN regarding developments in western ethnic regions of China.
Journal Editorial Board Member
  1. International Editorial Board, British Journal of Educational Studies, 2016-
  2. International Advisory Board, Spotlight on China, Sense Publishers, 2015-
  3. Editorial Board, Multicultural Education Review, 2015-
  4. Editorial Board, Journal of Asian Families, 2013-
  5. Editorial Board, China’s Ethnic Minorities: Annual Social and Economic Indicators, 2013-
  6. Editorial Board, China’s Rural Education Review, 2013
  7. Editorial Advisory Board, Higher Education - The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2012-
  8. International Advisor, International Journal of Chinese Education, 2012-
  9. Editorial Board, Multicultural Education Review, 2013-
  10. Editorial Board, Education Research and Evaluation, 2011-
  11. International Advisory Board, China Education Yearbook, 2009-
  12. Editor for Asia, Encyclopaedia of Diversity in Education, Sage 2011
  13. Editor, Chinese Education and Society (USA), 1990-
  14. Associate Editor, Asia Pacific Education Review, 2008-
  15. International Editorial Board, Educational Studies (UK), 2005-
  16. Editorial Board, Evaluation and Research in Education, 2008 - 2011
  17. Editorial Board, Social Transformations in Chinese Societies, 2005-
  18. Editorial Board, Diasporas, Immigration, and Minority Education
  19. Editorial Board, Hong Kong Journal of Sociology, 1999-2005
  20. Consulting Editor, Education Journal (Hong Kong) 1988-93.
  21. Editorial Board, The Journal of Mind and Behavior (1983-90)

Reviewer and Assessor for International Academic Journals

  1. Asia Pacific Educational Review
  2. Asia Pacific Journal of Education
  3. Studies in Higher Education
  4. Educational Research and Evaluation
  5. Journal of Chinese Transitional Societies
  6. Ethnic and Racial Studies
  7. Educational Review
  8. Asian Ethnicity
  9. Journal of Asian Studies
  10. Comparative Education
  11. Modern China
  12. The China Quarterly
  13. American Sociological Review
  14. Comparative Education Review
  15. Higher Education
  16. The China Journal
  17. Asia Pacific Journal of Education
  18. Journal of Developing Areas

Reviewer and Assessor for International Book Publishers

  1. Routledge Press
  2. Springer Press
  3. Taylor and Francis Publishers
  4. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers
  5. Brill Press
  6. Johns Hopkins University Press
  7. Garland Press
  8. University of Washington Press
  9. Hong Kong University Press
  10. M.E. Sharpe Publishers
  11. Mellen Press

Reviewer/Assessor for Research Grant Applications

  1. Hong Kong Research Grants Council
  2. The Social Science and Humanities Research Council
  3. The Hampton Fund of the University of British Columbia
  4. Academic Sinica, Taiwan, Young Scholar Dissertation Award
  5. Chinese Academy of Social Science, Young Outstanding Researcher
Keynote, Invited Speaker, Seminars
  1. Invited Speaker, First panel, Building world class universities, Peking University-Stanford University Forum, November 3-4, 2016.
  2. Invited Speaker, Workshop on university graduate employment, Asian Development Bank, June 16, 2016.
  3. Invited Speaker, Internationalization of Universities in Hong Kong, Northwest Normal University, April 2016.
  4. Invited Speaker, Academics in the Future of Higher Education, Summer Institute and Summit on Higher Education, Summer Institute, The University of Hong Kong, June 16, 2016.
  5. Invited Speaker, Conference on Internationalization of Teaching and Learning, Centre of Teaching and Learning, The University of Hong Kong, June, 2016.
  6. Keynote, Greater China’s universities going global, Taiwan Normal University, November 20, 2015.
  7. Keynote, Sino-foreign universities for the future, Wenzhou-Kean University, November 16, 2015.
  8. Invited Speaker, China’s universities, Sixth Conference on World Class Universities, Shanghai Jiaotong University, November 2, 2015.
  9. Keynote, Higher education quality, Tianjin Normal University, October 21, 2015.
  10. Invited Speaker, China’s universities: Balancing domestic demands and global aspirations, Peking University, October 12, 2015.
  11. Invited Speaker, China’s approach toward a liberal studies university model for the mid-21st Century, Meeting of Global Dialogue on Liberal Arts and Science Education, Harvard Center, Shanghai, May 20-21, 2015.
  12. Invited Speaker, Language medium in higher education: The China case, for language choice in higher education: Challenges and opportunities, organized by the British Academy, in partnership with the École française d’Extrême-Orient, Yangon, Myanmar, February 14, 2015.
  13. Invited Speaker, Refining higher education in the 21st Century: Balancing needs of job market and research/innovation, for Conference on Education for Economic Growth: Innovations for Making Education Systems Responsive to Economic and Workforce Evolutions, Beijing, Asian Development Bank, March 17, 2015.
  14. Invited Speaker, Governance of higher education in China’s two systems, Asia-Pacific Association for Studies in Higher Education, Seoul National University, Seoul, November, 2014.
  15. Invited Speaker, The changing academic profession, Summer Institute on Higher Education, The University of Hong Kong, June, 2014.
  16. Keynote Speaker, Academic promotion of higher education teaching personnel, UNESCO, Penang, Malaysia, 20-21 May, 2014.
  17. Keynote Speaker, Consolidation of higher education institutions, UNESCO, Yangon, Myanmar, 24 and 25 February 2014.
  18. Keynote Speaker, Achieving academic integration of Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland: Sustaining the quantity/quality balance of research universities, Comparative Education Society of Hong Kong, January 28, 2014.
  19. Invited Speaker, Possibilities for academic integration of Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland: Sustaining the quantity/quality balance of research universities, Hiroshima University, January 28. 2014.
  20. Invited Speaker, Internationalization and Sino-foreign cooperation, Conference on Quality in Sino-Foreign Cooperation, Xiamen University, December 9, 2013.
  21. Invited Speaker, Regional reflections on WCU initiatives: Anchoring globalization in Hong Kong research universities, 5th International Conference on World-Class Universities, Shanghai, 3-6 November, 2013.
  22. Lead Keynote Speaker, How internationalization works in colleges and universities around the world, 10th Anniversary, China National Association for Higher Education Studies, Peking University, December 2, 2013.
  23. Invited Lecture, Balancing quality and quantity in Hong Kong higher education: Having it both ways? Seoul National University, October 15, 2013.
  24. Invited Speaker, Higher Education Leadership Summit, Singapore, September 26, 2013.
  25. Invited Speaker, The changing academic profession, Summer Institute on Higher Education, The University of Hong Kong, June 2013.
  26. Invited Speaker, Anchoring globalization in research universities of China’s two Systems: Knowledge networks, institutional arrangements and brain circulation, Conference on the Futures of Higher Education in China, Harvard University Center/Shanghai, May 14-15, 2013.
  27. Invited Plenary, Anchoring globalization in Hong Kong’s research universities: Managing academic knowledge networks and research output, Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, Program on Innovation, Higher Education and Development, October 10-11, 2012.
  28. Invited Plenary, World-class universities and Asia’s top-tier researchers: Mapping trends in international research collaboration and networks for excellence in East Asia, Global Education Dialogues: The Asia Series Research networks for innovation in East Asia – who does the future belong to? British Council, 27-28 September 2012.
  29. Invited Public Lecture, Can Sino-foreign cooperation in higher education make a difference? Peking University, May 29, 2012.
  30. Invited Seminar, The road to academic excellence and the making of world class universities: The case of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Peking University, May 25, 2012.
  31. Invited Seminar, China's universities: How congenial to the academic profession, New York University, May 1, 2012.
  32. Invited to brief a roundtable at the India Government Planning Commission, included the Head of the UGC, and representative from the Prime Minister's Office, National Innovation Council, 20 January 2012.
  33. Invited to address the National University of Educational Planning, Delhi India about China's two systems of higher education 19 January, 2012.
  34. Invited by OECD and ADBI to Delhi India to comment on trade in higher educational services, January 18-19, 2012.
  35. Invited Speaker, Academic productivity: Patterns and perspectives within emergent regional integration, International Conference on the Changing Academic Profession, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, November 12, 2011.
  36. Keynote, China’s global search for talents, Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, November 7, 2011.
  37. Invited Plenary, Patterns of productivity among Asia's top tier researchers, Forum on World Class Universities IV, Shanghai Jiaotong University, November 1, 2011.
  38. Plenary Speaker, Theories and concepts in multicultural education, National Conference on Ethnic Nationality Education in Western China, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou. October 13, 2011.
  39. Invited by ADB to present recommendations to the Conference on Higher Education in a Dynamic Asia, Manila, July 30, 2011.
  40. Keynote, Sino-foreign cooperation in education, Xiamen University, June 20, 2011.
  41. Keynote, China’s challenges of national integration, La Trobe University, December 2-3, 2010.
  42. Keynote, Using social capital research methods for studying ethnic minority education, Chongqing, China, November, 2010.
  43. Invited Briefing, Delegation of Education Commissioner of Commonwealth of Massachusetts, April 24, 2010.
  44. Invited Speaker, Nomadic education in Tibet, at meeting on China’s education reform: Radical shifts and their implications, Keble College, University of Oxford, March 27-29, 2009.
  45. Invited Speaker, Popularizing basic education in nomadic regions, Conference on Schooling Tibetan Children Multi-nationally: A Window into the Global Culture of Education, University of California at Irvine, May 30, 2009.
  46. Invited Speaker, Ethnicity in China, Harvard University Student Delegation to The University of Hong Kong, March, 2009.
  47. Invited Speaker, International Forum, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, November 1, 2008.
  48. Invited Speaker, The case of China’s Tibetans: Education for nomads, presented at the Forum on Globalization, Democratic Change and Educational Challenges in East Asia, University of Pennsylvania, May 2, 2008.
  49. Invited Speaker, The impact of private providers on postgraduate student mobility: Challenges and innovations for China’s Hong Kong, British Council Forum on Student Mobility in East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 4– 5 February, 2008.
  50. Invited Speaker, Community colleges development: Hong Kong and China, sponsored by World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics and the International Association of Community and Further Education Colleges, World Congress and International Community and FET College Conference: Developing Global Partnerships, New York City, February 18-20, 2008.
  51. Invited Speaker, Hong Kong current status, vision, future challenges and quality assurance on graduate programs: Curriculum and training, requirements of admission and graduation, Forum for Graduate Education in East Asia --- Challenges and Innovations, Graduate Education Center for Research on Educational Evaluation and Development, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan Normal University, Taipei on December 21, 2007.
  52. Invited Speaker, Ethnic minorities: The educational challenge of harmonious multiculturalism, Beijing Forum: The Harmony of Civilizations and Prosperity for All-Diversity in the Development of Human Civilization, Beijing Forum, Beijing, November 1-3, 2007.
  53. Invited Speaker, Symposium on the Making of China’s Hong Kong: Retrospective on Hong Kong’s First Decade and Prospects Ahead, HKU SPACE Symposium, April 24-25, 2007.
  54. Invited First Speaker with Ben Jiao, Education for Tibet’s development: Policies, practices, programs and perspectives, Symposium on Change in the Tibet Autonomous Region: Progress and Emerging Issues from an Insider Perspective, Harvard University, December 9, 2006.
  55. Invited Seminar, Education reform and development in China, Strategic Research Theme in Chinese Studies, The University of Hong Kong, Senate Room, May, 2006.
  56. Keynote Speaker, Remaking Southeast Asian higher education: Aspiring to alter core-periphery relations? Taiwan Sociology of Education Association, May 25-27, 2006.
  57. Invited Speaker, The WTO and international trade in educational services: Opportunities and challenges in transnational higher education, Hong Kong, December 18, 2005.
  58. Keynote Speaker, Massification of higher education in Asia-Pacific: Policy reforms, institutional restructuring, and innovative practices, UNESCO Asia and Pacific, Third Session of the Regional Follow-up Committee for the 1998 World Conference on Higher Education, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 5-6 July, 2005.
  59. Keynote Speaker, Trends and patterns in higher education reform of Southeast Asia: Experiences and dilemmas of reform, Autonomous University of Tamaulipas, Tampico, Mexico, June 8-12, 2005.
  60. Keynote Speaker, Vietnam Government, Special Meeting of Panel of International Experts on Marketization of Higher Education, Hanoi, April 7-8, 2005.
  61. Welcome Address, International Conference on Achieving Diversity in Tertiary and Higher Education - Cross-National Lessons, Challenges and Prospects, Yunnan Province, People’s Republic of China, November 15-17, 2004.
  62. Invited Speaker, Doing research in China, Fulbright Delegation, Visit to The University of Hong Kong, 2003.
  63. Welcome Address, International Conference on Higher Education Reform in China, Xiamen University, December 21, 2003.
  64. Invited Seminar, Exploring alternative forms of capital for low resource communities in China’s multi-ethnic West, Yale University, Council on East Asian Studies, New Haven. October 17, 2003.
  65. Invited Seminar, Hong Kong’s role in the development of higher education: Changes in higher education in China, The China Institute, New York City, October 9, 2003.
  66. Keynote Address, Placing the comparative lends on ethnicity and education in Hong Kong, Hong Kong Comparative Education Society, Chinese University of Hong Kong, January 18, 2002.
  67. Invited Speaker, USA University Representatives, Hong Kong Convention Center, October 5, 2002.
  68. Invited Speaker, Xiamen University, Conference on Access and Efficiency in Higher Education, December 26, 2002.
  69. Invited Speaker, Ethnic Minority Languages for Learning in China, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, July 1, 2002.
  70. Invited Speaker, The implications of community colleges for the development of higher education in Hong Kong, Symposium sponsored by the Hong Kong-American Centre and the Faculty of Education of The Chinese University of Hong Kong, December, 2001.
  71. Invited Seminar, The state of ethnic minority education in China, Universities Service Center for China Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, October, 2001.
  72. Invited Speaker, American Council on Education, Visiting Delegation to Hong Kong of American Community College Representatives, Conrad Hotel, Hong Kong, 2001.
  73. Invited Speaker, Specialists Workshop on University and Technology for Literacy and Basic Education Partnerships, Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development OECD, Paris, September 10-11, 2001.
  74. Invited Speaker, The transformation of higher education in China, The Salzburg Seminar on Higher Education, Salzburg, Austria, July 7, 2001.
  75. Invited Speaker, Women and higher education: Global perspectives, Women’s Studies Forum, Beijing, December 22, 2000.
  76. Invited Speaker, Minnesota Private College Presidents, Beijing (also in Hong Kong in 2006), November 6, 2000.
  77. Invited Speaker, Information technology in poor areas, Basic Education Forum of World Bank and UNICEF, Beijing Normal University, November, 2000.
  78. Invited Speaker, The Johns Hopkins University Trustees, Beijing (Ford Foundation), October 23, 2000.
  79. Invited Speaker, New York City Board of Education Visiting Delegation, Beijing, 2000.
  80. Invited Plenary Speaker, UNESCO Forum on Literacy, Literacy and Multiculturalism in Ethnic Minority Regions, Beijing, October 20, 1999.
  81. Invited Speaker, Hong Kong two years after, Fulbright-Hayes Delegation, Hong Kong, July 31, 1999.
  82. Invited Speaker, Hong Kong education: After the return of sovereignty, American University Representatives, Hong Kong Convention Center, 1999.
  83. Invited Speaker, Symposium address, Academic profession in international perspective, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Education, February 26, 1999.
  84. Keynote Address, Marketization and the expansion of Hong Kong higher education, Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Education, The University of Indonesia, July 22-23, 1998.
  85. Invited Speaker, Special briefing the Office of the Director, United States Department of Education, on Educational Reform in China, Washington, D.C., March 25, 1998.
  86. Invited Speaker, Special panel to brief American university presidents about trends in Asian higher education, American Council on Education, San Francisco, February 6, 1998.
  87. Plenary Speaker, State schooling and ethnicity in China: The rise or demise of multiculturalism, Fifth International Conference on Chinese Education Toward the 21st Century, Hong Kong, August 13-19, 1997.
  88. Seminar, Hong Kong’s universities within the global academy, Faculty of Social Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, October 23, 1996.
  89. Invited by Office of the Secretary of Education, Washington, D.C., to provide a briefing on education reform and development in China, 1996.
  90. Invited Briefing to the White House Fellows, Hong Kong higher education in transition, April 23, 1996.
  91. Invited Seminar, China’s national minority education: The case of Tibet, University of Hawaii, April 16, 1996.
  92. Invited Seminar, Hong Kong and 1997, Columbia University, Institute of East Asian Studies, April 4, 1994.
  93. Seminar, The results of the Carnegie Foundation for the advancement of teaching’s international survey of the academic profession, The University of Hong Kong, September, 1994.
  94. Invited Speaker, Hong Kong higher education and economic development, United States Information Agency Sponsored Delegation on Higher Education in China, Beijing, July, 1994.
  95. Invited Seminar, Education and social change in China, American Council on Education, Washington, D.C., April, 1994.
  96. Invited Plenary Speaker, National Sociology of Education Association of China, Dagang, Tianjin, August, 1992.
  97. Invited Briefing to Fulbright-Hayes Delegation, Hong Kong: Toward one country and two systems, sponsored by National Committee on U.S.- China Relations, Hong Kong, July 1991, July 1992, July 1993, July 1995.
  98. Invited Seminar, Cultural adaptation for study at American universities: Chinese scholars bound for the United States, China Service Center for Scholarly Exchange, Beijing, August 7, 14, 28, 1991.
  99. Invited Speaker, Cultural dimensions of overseas study in the USA, Hang Seng Bank, 1991.
  100. Invited Seminar, Reform in the student job allocation system of Chinese higher education, Center for Chinese Studies, University of Pittsburgh, March 19, 1991.
  101. Invited Seminar, Hong Kong and 1997: The challenges ahead, Center of Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Southern California, April, 1990.
  102. Invited Speaker, The international dimension, Student Union, City University of Hong Kong, May, 1989.
  103. Seminar, Ethnicity in Hong Kong, Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong, March, 1987.
  104. Invited Speaker, Democracy and education, Kai Fong Centre, Hong Kong, November, 1985.
Invitations to Notable Events
  1. Invited discussant for session on higher education, including Jack Ma (Ma Yuen) of Alibaba, Clinton Global Initiative (met and thanked by President Bill Clinton), Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hong Kong, November, 2008.
  2. Invited to Great Hall of the People, Education Policy and Planning Briefing Beijing, Before National Day, 2006.
  3. Invited to reception for China President Hu Jintao, NCUSCR, Washington D.C., 2005 (could not attend).
  4. Invited to US Embassy, United States Ambassador to China, Joseph Prueher events, Beijing, 2001.
  5. Invited by Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR to Chinese National Day Celebrations, annually, usually attend.
  6. Invited to reception for Opera Legend Luciano Pavorotti, Washington D.C., January, 1988.
  7. Invited and attended Reception at the Rose Garden, White House, Washington D.C., February, 1988.
Others
Teaching List, Current
  1. 2016-17 Semester 2, EDUR8051, 2A, Comparative Sociology of Education: East and West
  2. 2015-16 Semester 1, EDUR8052, 1A, Equity and Social Justice in Education
  3. 2014 S1, EDUR8051, 1A, Comparative Sociology of Education: East and West
  4. 2013 S2, CCGL9022, 2A, Globalization in Question: Human and Economic Consequences
  5. 2013 S2, EDUR8051, 2A, Comparative Sociology of Education: East and West
  6. 2013 S2, MEDD6345, 2A, The changing academic profession
  7. 2013 S1, CCCH9027, 1A, China's Ethnic Groups: Cultural Assimilation or Cultural Pluralism?
  8. 2013 S1, MEDD7004, 1A, Globalization, multiculturalism and education

 

Supervision of Research Postgraduate Students
  1. 2016 Phd Verbeek Florian, Curriculum Development, General Education, Higher Education Pedagogy
  2. 2015 Phd Te Yuen Chun, Cross-border Higher Education
  3. 2015 Phd Nesterova Yulia, Indigenous Education in Rural Taiwan
  4. 2014 Phd Wright Ewan Thomas Mansell, Higher Education in China
  5. 2014 Phd Ma Ying, Sociology of Education
  6. 2012 Phd Qin Yunyun, Education and Society, Higher Education, Ethnic Minorities and Education, International Education
  7. 2012 Phd Li Rong Hui, Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education
  8. 2011 Phd Li Xiaoliang, Demystifying Gaokao: Cultural Capital and University Access of Rural Students in China, Sociology of Education
  9. 2010 Phd Tsang Kwok Kuen, A Qualitative Study of Hong Kong Teachers’ Emotional Experiences at Work, Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education
  10. 2010 Phd Soto Pineda Carlos Enrique, Empowering Low-Income Ethnic Minority Students in Hong Kong through Critical Pedagogy: Limits and possibilities in theory and practice, Ethnic Minority Education
  11. 2010 Phd Ma Jinyuan, Internationalization of Triple Helix Linkages in China: A Perspective on the New Roles of Organized Research Units in Peking University and Tsinghua University, Comparative and International Education
  12. 2009 Phd Yang Miaoyan, Learning to be Ethnic: the Case of Tibetans in Minzu University of China, University as a Site of Tibetan Ethnic Identity Construction
  13. 2009 Phd Liu Dian, University Graduates and the Job Search in Urban China: An Examination of the Culture of Personal Advancement , Policy, Administration and Social Sciences Education
  14. 2008 Phd Hong Yanbi, Between Scared and Secular Knowledge: Rationalities in Education of a Muslim Village in Northwest China, Sociology of Education
  15. 2008 Phd Xie Ailei, Guanxi Exclusion in Rural China: Parental Involvement and Students’ College Access, Sociology of Education
  16. 2008 Phd Xu Xueyan, Guanxi and Academic Career Development in Chinese Higher Education Institutions: A Case Study, Education Leadership
  17. 2008 Phd Xu Wen, Promoting Media Literacy Education in China: A Case Study of a Primary School, Media Education
  18. 2008 Phd Chen Yiwei, Social capital: Women graduates' job search, Policy, Administration and Social Science Education
  19. 2007 Phd Yang Dongsheng, Decentralization, Marketization and Organizational Change in Higher Education: A Case Study of an Academic Unit in China, Policy, Administration and Social Science Education
  20. 2007 Phd Sharma Alka, Low-Income South-Asian Parents’ Concept of ‘Making it’ in Hong Kong, Impact of Perceived Discrimination and Social Exclusion on Ethnic Minority Students' Academic Performance
  21. 2007 Phd Liu Lin, Muddling Through": A Cultural Perspective on Life in Schools for China's Deviant Students, Sociology of Education, Youth Culture
  22. 2007 Phd Tang Hei Hang, Scholarship Reconsidered in an Era of Entrepreneurialism: Academic Professions in Hong Kong and South Korea, Comparative Studies on Higher Education
  23. 2007 Phd Shao Yanju, The Formation of Revolutionary Habitus: An Inquiry into the Narratives of the 1966-1976 Primary School Students, Sociology of Education
  24. 2006 Phd Deng Huiwen, Understanding New Governance in China: A Case Study of the 2006 Revision of the Compulsory Education Law of the People's Republic of China, Policy, Administration & Social Sciences Educations
  25. 2005 Phd Lee Hiu Hong, Managerialism and the Changing Academic Profession in Hong Kong, University Education and the Transitional Market Place: Comparing Hong Kong, Macao, Shenzhen and Zhuhai
  26. 2005 Phd Gao Fang, What it means to be a "model minority"? Schooling experiences of ethnic Korean students in Northeast China, The Schooling Experiences and Peer Networks of Korean Children in China: Changing Meanings and Action Strategies in a Multiethnic Korean School
  27. 2004 Phd Wang Liangjuan, Ethnic Migrants, Social Networks, and Education Access: Membership Capitalization in Beijing, Sociology of Education
  28. 2003 Phd Zhao Zhenzhou, 'Am I Privileged?': Minority Mongol Students and Cultural Recognition in Chinese Universities, Sociology of Education and Ethnicity
  29. 2003 Phd Yu Haibo, Identity and Schooling among the Naxi - Becoming Chinese with Naxi Characteristics, Sociology of Education and Ethnicity
  30. 2003 Phd Chen Yangbin, Uyghur Students in a Chinese Boarding School: Social Recapitalization as a Response to Ethnic Integration, Sociology of Education
  31. 1999 Phd Jiang Yimin, Family Environment and Academic Achievement in Nanjing Secondary Schools, Sociology of Education: The Relationship between Home Environment and Children's Academic Achievement
  32. 1997 Phd Robinson Catherine Gene, A Foucauldian Perspective on the Construction of Excellence in University Teaching, Higher Education

 

HKU Committee Appointments
  1. 2016-07-01 to Present: Faculty of Education, Board of the, The teachers who are members of the Faculty and who are full-time employees of the University
  2. 2016-01-01 to 2016-12-31: Human Research Ethics Committee, Two Deputy Chairmen [appointed by Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)]
  3. 2015-01-01 to 2015-08-31: University Press Committee, Up to two persons, co-opted by the Committee.
  4. 2015-01-01 to 2015-12-31: Human Research Ethics Committee, Two Deputy Chairmen [appointed by Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research)]
  5. 2014-06-01 to 2016-05-31: Human Research Ethics Committee, 1 member each from the Faculties of Arch, Arts, Bus&Econ, Dentistry, Edu, Engg, Law, Medicine, Sci and SocSc, who preferably are experienced in conducting research involving human subjects, appointed by the relevant Board of the Faculty
  6. 2013-01-01 to 2014-12-31: University Press Committee, Up to two persons, co-opted by the Committee.
  7. 2011-07-01 to 2016-06-30: Faculty of Education, Board of the, The teachers who are members of the Faculty and who are full-time employees of the University
  8. 2009-07-01 to 2010-08-31: Board of Examination for Graduate Studies, Two teachers appointed by the Senate for two years at a time
  9. 2008-07-01 to 2009-06-30: Board of Examination for Graduate Studies, Two teachers appointed by the Senate for two years at a time, Senate
  10. 2006-07-01 to 2008-06-30: Careers Advisory Board, Seven teachers of the University appointed by the Senate for two years at a time, Senate
  11. 2004-09-17 to 2006-06-30: Careers Advisory Board, Seven teachers of the University appointed by the Senate for two years at a time, Senate
  12. 2002-07-01 to 2004-06-30: Discontinuation, Committee on, 1 member from each Faculty (Education) from a panel of three in order of precedence, Education Faculty Board
  13. 2001-04-04 to 2003-05-31: China Affairs, Advisory Committee on, Up to 12 members (including the Chairman)
  14. 2000-07-01 to 2001-06-30: Disciplinary Committee, Senate Panel, Senate
  15. 1998-06-26 to 2001-06-30: Senate, 2 teachers from each Faculty being members of the Board of that Faculty and not being Professors or the Heads of Teaching Departments, who shall be elected by the non-professorial members of the Board, Education Faculty Board
  16. 1996-03-14 to 1997-12-31: Centre of Asian Studies Committee of Management, One Centre Fellow to be elected by Centre Fellows from amongst themselves, Fellows of CAS
  17. 1992-10-01 to 2011-06-30: Faculty of Education, Board of the, The teachers who are members of the Faculty and who are full-time employees of the University

 

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