Professor ZHENG Chunyan is an Associate Professor and Director of the Institute for Public Law and Comparative Law at Guanghua Law School, Zhejiang University. After receiving her Ph.D. in law from Zhejiang University, she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Peking University for two years, after which she taught for two years at Zhejiang Gongshang University before joining Zhejiang University in 2010 to teach constitutional and administrative law. While at Yale, Professor Zheng will research mechanisms and practices of participatory governance.
Dr. LIN Guanghua works in Beijing in the Legislative Affairs Office of the State Council. Dr. LIN earned his Masterís degree in law at the Law Department of Southwest University of Politics and Law and his Ph.D in law at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. While at Yale, Dr. LIN will conduct in-depth research on U.S. practices relevant to the improvement and further development of community corrections in China.††
Professor YI Yanyou currently teaches criminal procedure courses for undergraduate and graduate students at Tsinghua University School of Law. Upon receiving his Bachelorís Degree at China University of Politics and Law, Professor YI went on to receive his Masterís Degree and Ph.D. from the same institution, graduating among the top of his class. Over the course of the 2013 Spring Semester, Professor YI Yanyou will conduct research on the application of the exclusionary rule in the United States.
Professor WANG Jingbo currently teaches classes and serves as the Vice Dean of the Research Center for Governance by Law at China University of Political Science and Law. Professor WANG Jingbo earned her Masterís Degree at Northwest University of Political Science and Law in 1996 and her Ph.D at China University of Political Science and Law in 2005.† She has risen through her Alma Materís ranks quickly, and was elevated in 2008 from an Associate Professor to full Professor. While at Yale, Professor WANG Jingbo will conduct research relating to open government information and related remedies including litigation.
Ms. FU Yong is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of International Relations, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences (SASS). Ms. FU received her Masterís Degree in 1990 at Northeast Normal University in the Department of World History. From 1993 to 2009, Ms. FU Yong served as an Associate Research Fellow at the Institute of Eurasian Studies, SASS. Ms. FU received her Ph.D at the School of International Studies, Fudan University in 2005. In 2010, she joined the Institute of International Studies. Her current research focuses on security issues in Central and South Asia, political and social changes in the Middle East, and Chinaís future relations with these regions. While at Yale, Ms. FU will research the topic of strategic coordination between the United States and China in Pakistan.
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