Xueshuang Wang

  • Visiting Scholar, Beijing Normal University, China – 2015-2016

Xueshuang Wang is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Institute of International and Comparative Education (IICE) at Beijing Normal University, China. From October 2015 to September 2016, she was a visiting scholar in the Institute for International Studies in Education(IISE) at the University of Pittsburgh. Wang received her Master’s Degree in International and Comparative Education at Beijing Normal University. Her research interests focus on international and comparative education, graduate education, and teacher education. The research topic of her Ph.D. dissertation is doctoral students’ learning experience in the United States. Currently, the research projects she is participating in include: “The Employability of Doctoral Students in the United States,” “The System and Model of Third-Party Education Evaluation,” and “The Development Strategies of International Branch Campuses for Higher Education Institutions in China.”