Shuo Wang is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the Institute of International and Comparative Education at Beijing Normal University. He is expected to graduate in 2017. Wang was a visiting scholar in the Institute for International Studies in Education (IISE) at the University of Pittsburgh. His research interests include comparative education, higher education, and teacher education. The research topic of his dissertation is higher education performance-based funding in the United States. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Education in the School of Education, and received his Master’s Degree in Higher Education in the Institute of Higher Education, Faculty of Education at Beijing Normal University. After graduation with a Master’s Degree, he worked as an administration staff for two years at Northeastern University in China.
Visiting Scholar, Beijing Normal University, China – 2015-2016
Address: Institute of International and Comparative Education, BNU, Beijing, China