Liu Lening

626 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-7036
Email: ll172@columbia.edu

Dr. Liu, Lening

Professor in EALAC, Program Director, Confucius Institute Director of Chinese Language Pedagogy.

Dr.Liu came to the United States in 1990 and studied linguistics at the University of Florida. He joined Columbia's faculty in 1995 and received his Ph.D. in 1996. Liu's research interests are in the areas of historical syntax, discourse grammar and Chinese language pedagogy. He has published a number of articles on the evolution of Chinese conjunctive adverbs, the rhetorical structures of Chinese, the history and innovation of Chinese pedagogy, etc. Courses he has taught include Introduction to Classical Chinese, Readings in Classical Chinese, History of Chinese Language, Educational Chinese Linguistics, Chinese Language Pedagogy and all levels of Modern Chinese. Currently, Liu is Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Confucius Institute Director of Chinese Language Pedagogy. He also directs the Chinese Language Program and serves as the co-director of the Certificate Program of Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages.

 

jiangmeiyi

401 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-4740
Email: mc3870@columbia.edu

Chiang, Mei-yi

Lecturer in Chinese

Mei-yi Chiang is an exchange lecturer of Chinese language in the Department of East Asian Languages and Culture at Columbia University. She received her B.A. in Japanese Language and Literature from National Taiwan University and her M.A. in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language from National Taiwan Normal University. Before she joined Columbia University in 2013, she was an instructor of Chinese language in the International Chinese Language Program (ICLP) at National Taiwan University. Previously, she has taught elementary Chinese in Poland at Warsaw University (2008-2009).

Hu, Lingjun

508 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-7036
Email: lh2318@columbia.edu

Hu, Lingjun

Lecturer in Chinese

Lingjun Hu received her M.A. in Language Pedagogy from the Ohio State University (2003). She started teaching Chinese in 2000 and joined Columbia faculty in 2006, and has taught Chinese at all levels. She also teaches for the the Columbia and Princeton summer programs in Beijing. Her research interests include second language acquisition and Chinese language pedagogy. She has developed teaching materials for elementary Chinese and is one of the co-authors of a textbook for Business Chinese.

maoyue

501 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-5038
Email: ym2423@columbia.edu

Mao, Yue

Lecturer in Chinese

Yue Mao received her B.A. (1990) in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language from East China Normal University, China, M.A.£¨2003£İin Chinese Linguistics, and Ph.D. (2010) in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics from Beijing Language and Culture University, China. She worked in the Intensive Chinese Studies department of Beijing Language and Culture University for more than 20 years. There, she has taught Chinese at all levels. Her research interests are in the areas of intensive Chinese teaching models and teaching methods. She has published a number of books and articles on special-purpose and short-term Chinese teaching models, enterprises' Chinese teaching models, difficulties of listening Chinese, vocabulary teaching, etc. In addition, she has compiled many textbooks on Chinese language.

Meng Yuan-yuan

401 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-4740
Email: ym11@columbia.edu

Meng, Yuan-Yuan

Lecturer in Chinese

Yuan-Yuan Meng has been teaching Mandarin Chinese at Columbia University since 1993.  She has taught classes from elementary to advanced levels, including Readings in Modern Chinese, Media Chinese, and a winter Business Chinese workshop for Columbia's Center for International Business Education and Research.  Her academic interests encompass a range of topics in Chinese syntax, lexicology, and language pedagogy.  She is a co-author of "David and Helen in China,"  an intermediate Chinese text.  Her most recent work is a dictionary project tailored for advanced Chinese learners.  She is also a certified tester of the Chinese Oral Proficiency Interview with the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

Qi, Shaoyan

510 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-3604
Email: sq2106@columbia.edu

Qi, Shaoyan

Lecturer in Chinese

Ms. Shaoyan Qi joined EALAC in the fall of 2004.
Before Ms. Qi joined Columbia, she taught Chinese language at several colleges and universities, including Bryn Mawr, Princeton, and Middlebury.Ms. Qi obtained a M.A.
in Linguistic and Sociocultural Anthropology from State University of New York at Binghamton and a M.A. in Education from Villanova University. Her research interests include instructed SLA and pedagogy of teaching Chinese as a foreign language.

Shi, Zhongqi

401 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-4740
Email: zs2132@columbia.edu

Shi, Zhongqi

Lecturer of Chinese

Zhongqi Shi received his B.A. (1998) and M.A. (2005) from Beijing Language and Culture University, China. He has studied Teaching Chinese as Foreign Language since his undergraduate and started researching on CAI and Corpus Linguistics. He joined Columbia in 2005 and is currently teaching Advanced Chinese and Business Chinese.

Sobelman, Chil-Ping

501 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-5038
Email: ccs3@columbia.edu

Sobelman, Chih-Ping

Senior Lecturer in Chinese

Tan, Qiuyu

510 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-3604
Email: qt2103@columbia.edu

Tan, Qiuyu

Lecturer in Chinese

Tan Qiuyu received her B.A. in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language (2003) and M.A. in Applied Linguistics (2006) from Beijing Language and Culture University, China, and her M.A. in Chinese Linguistics (2008) from University of Wisconsin – Madison.  Her main interest of research is second language acquisition, especially the tonal acquisition of mandarin Chinese, the acquisition of Chinese syntax as well as the representation of learners’ psychological lexicon. She joined Columbia faculty in 2008 and her teaching included Introductory, Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced Chinese. 

wanghailong

Wang Hailong

501 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-5038
Email: hw21@columbia.edu

Wang, Hailong

Lecturer in Chinese

Hailong Wang has been teaching Mandarin Chinese at Columbia University since 1998. He has taught Elementary Chinese, Intermediate Chinese, Advanced Chinese, Reading in Modern Chinese and other subjects. His research interests include study of Chinese syntax and pedagogy of teaching Chinese as a foreign language. He has authored several Chinese textbooks including Aspects of Modern China and Cultural Interpretations of China.

Wang, Xiaodan

510 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-3604
Email: xw2167@columbia.edu

Wang, Xiaodan

Lecturer in Chinese

Wang Laoshi is on leave in 2013 Fall semester.
Xiaodan Wang received her B.A. in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language from Beijing Language and Culture University, China (2003), and her M.A. in Chinese Linguistics from Capital Normal University, China (2006). Her main research interest is second language acquisition and pedagogy, especially topics related to Chinese syntax and discourse analysis. She is a co-author of Study Abroad in Beijing, a textbook for intermediate Chinese and Business Chinese.

Xiaodan Wang joined Columbia faculty in 2007 and her teaching included Elementary Chinese and Intermediate Chinese. She has also been teaching for Columbia’s Summer Language Program in Beijing since 2007.

Dr. Wang, Zhirong

512 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-3594
Email: zw30@columbia.edu

Dr. Wang, Zhirong

Senior Lecturer in Chinese

Zhirong Wang received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Chinese Language with a minor in Linguistics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and her B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature from Peking University.  She joined Columbia University in 1996 and has taught all levels of Chinese language courses as well as the History of Chinese Language course.  In the past six years, Zhirong Wang has served as supervisor of graduate teaching associates for the Chinese Language Program.  She has authored several publications on Chinese language including A Primer for Advanced Beginners of Chinese (co-author, Columbia University Press, 2003); An Elementary Chinese Reader (1 and 2), (sole author, Beijing University Press, 2005).  She is currently working on a workbook and a textbook for advanced Chinese language learners.

Wu, Chen

508 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-7036
Email: cw27252@columbia.edu

Wu, Chen

Lecturer of Chinese

Chen Wu received her B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature (2006) and M.A. in Chinese Classical Philology (2009) from Fudan University. She also earned an M.A. in Pre-Modern Chinese Literature (2011) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she is currently a Ph.D. candidate. Before joining the Columbia faculty in the fall of 2013, she has taught both classical and modern Chinese language and literature courses. At present her research interests include space, city, and their interrelation with language and literature.

Xiao, Hanyu

510 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-3604
Email: hx21322@columbia.edu

Xiao, Hanyu

Lecturer of Chinese

Hanyu Xiao received her B.A. in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language from East China Normal University (2010), and her M.A. in Teaching English to Students of Other Languages from Teachers College, Columbia University (2012). Hanyu Xiao started teaching Chinese in 2011, and has taught Chinese at different levels. Her research interests include assessment in second language acquisition and syntax.

xujia

512 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-3594
Email: jx2196@columbia.edu

Xu, Jia

Lecturer in Chinese

Jia Xu received her B.A. in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language with a minor in Finance (2005) and her M.A. in Curriculum and Methodology of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language (2009) from Beijing Language and Culture University. Before joining the Columbia faculty in 2012, she had taught all levels of Chinese at BLCU, the foreign diplomats program at the Confucius Institute Headquarters, Columbia University's Summer Program in Beijing, and Bentley School in California. Her research interests are in the areas of second language acquisition and teacher education, and she has either authored or co-authored the Chinese textbook for foreign diplomats, online resources for the Great Wall Chinese series, and test materials for all levels of the new HSK and YCT. Jia Xu currently teaches Elementary and Intermediate Chinese in EALAC.

Dr. Yan, Ling

512 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-3594
Email: ly2131@columbia.edu

Dr. Yan, Ling

Lecturer in Chinese

Ling Yan received her M.A in Applied Linguistics in Northwestern Polytechnical University (1996) and her Ph.D in Linguistics from the University of Kansas (2005)). Ling Yan started teaching Chinese in 1999 and has taught Chinese at all levels. She joined the Columbia faculty in 2005. Her research interests include syntax, prosodic-syntax, and Chinese pedagogy. She has developed textbooks, audio and video teaching materials for elementary Chinese (Approaching China) and advanced Chinese (Readings in Modern Chinese). She is a co-author of 201 Mandarin Chinese Verbs (Barron’s).

Zhang, Yuanyuan

501 Kent Hall
Phone:(212) 854-5038
Email: yz2642@columbia.edu

Zhang, Yuanyuan

Lecturer in Chinese

Yuanyuan Zhang received her B.A. in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language (2003) and her M.A. in Curriculum and Methodology of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language (2006) from Beijing Language and Culture University, China. She started teaching Chinese in the Intensive Chinese Studies department of Beijing Language and Culture University in 2006. Her research interests are Chinese teaching models and teaching methods. She is a co-author on many Chinese textbooks, such as the Great Wall Chinese, New Target Chinese Spoken Language, etc.

 

 

Dong, Ni

Teaching Associate

Gao, Menglu

Teaching Associate

Liu, Yao

Teaching Associate

Ma, Xiyuan

Teaching Associate

Sun, Qing

Teaching Associate

Tian, Meijing

Teaching Associate

Yin, Jun

Teaching Associate

Yu, Tianning

Teaching Associate

Zhang, Wen

Teaching Associate

Zheng, Yaxi

Teaching Associate

Zhu, Ying

Teaching Associate

 

 

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