The faculty of the degree program is from the Department of International Affairs, the Department of International Business Administration, the Graduate Institute of International Business and Intercultural Management, the Department of Translation and Interpreting, the Graduate Institute of Multilingual Translation and Interpreting, and the Department of English. All are highly-qualified and experienced professionals in their fields. Every year, visiting scholars and experts are also invited to join the faculty to broaden students’ perspectives on international affairs.

Mark Lai

Mark Lai

Department of International Affairs

Mark Wenyi Lai is an Associate Professor, Department of International Affairs. He previously taught courses in State University of New York, Albany, Union College, New York, National Chi nan University, and National Changhua University of Education. He published article, book chapters and editorials focusing on cross Strait relations, American foreign policy and interna tional political economy.

Email: markjrlai@hotmail.com

Ext No: 6101

Samuel C.Y. Ku

Samuel C.Y. Ku

Master’s Degree Program of Southeast Asian Studies

Professional Specialties: Comparative Politics Theory, Southeast Asian Gov ernments and Institutions, Asia Pacific Regional Studies

Email: 99922@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 1109/1108

Chia jer Tsai

Chia jer Tsai

Department of Digital Content Application and Management

Professional Specialties: Instructional Systems Design(ISD), User Experience Engin eering, Software Development Process, Project Management, Technical and academic English Writing

Email: ChiajerTsai@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 6324

Vivian Chiu Hui Wu

Vivian Chiu Hui Wu

Department of English

Chiu-Hui (Vivian) Wu is the Dean of the College of English and International Studies at the Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction at the Universit y of Florida. Her research interests include English language education and intercultural competence.

Email: 99031@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 6001

Hway-Larn Wong (Helen)

Hway-Larn Wong (Helen)

Department of Translation and Interpreting

Hway-Larn (Helen) Wong is an Associate Professor of the Department of Translation and Interpreting. She received her Ph.D in Education from University of South Dakota, USA. Her research interest include TESOL and teaching of translation/interpreting.

Email: 99035@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 6424

Daniel Lin

Daniel Lin

Department of International Affairs

Daniel Lin, a Ph.D. of University of Pittsburgh’s GSPIA, is currently an associate professor at Wenzao’s Department of International Affairs, teaching research methodology, political science, international negotiation, a nd academic reading and writing. Before 1995, he had been a risk analyst at a DC based consulting firm for three years.

Email: DanielLin@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 6126

Ren-Her Hsieh

Ren-Her Hsieh

Department of International Affairs

Ren-Her is an Associate Professor of International Affairs at Wenzao, where he has been a faculty member since 2001. He completed his Ph.D at National Sun Yat sen University, Taiwan and master degree at University of Minnesota, USA. H is recent research interests lie in economic development, industrial analysis and green management.

Email: renher@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 6623

Vincent ROLLET

Vincent ROLLET

Graduate Institute of European Studies

EU foreign policy, European integration, Asia Specialty Europe relations, EU0 heal th policy, French diplomacy, International political economy

Email: vincent.rollet59@gmail.com

Ext No: 5630

Li-Ying Wu

Li-Ying Wu

Department of English

Professional Specialties: New Literacy Studies, Sociolinguistics, Narrative Inquiry, Applied Linguistics

Email: 97071@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 5301

Armin Ibitz

Armin Ibitz

Department of German

EU Environmental Health Policy, Economics, Environmental Economics

Email: armin_ibitz@wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 7501/5721

YuJane Chen

YuJane Chen

Master’s Degree Program of Southeast Asian Studies

Dr. YuJane Chen, Associate Professor, is the Dean of the Office of International and Cross Strait Cooperation, Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages in Taiwan. She was the Chairperson of the Department of International Affairs for 9 years (2009 2014, 2016 2019). I n2008 she completed her Ph.D. in politics at the
University of Hull, United Kingdom. Her research interests are in international political economy, cross Strait political economic analysis, Taiwan’s economic security, regional economic integration, and int ernational trade.

Email: 97069@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 2601

Yu-Hsuan Lee

Yu-Hsuan Lee

Department of International Affairs

Yu-Hsuan Lee spent early years in Kaohsiung’s urban activism. He wrote and taught courses concerning cultural work, cultural archive, spatial politics, urban political ecology, preservation movements.

Email: blue95_7399@msn.com

Ext No: 6128

Shao-Tzu Wu

Shao-Tzu Wu

Department of International Affairs

Shao-Tzu Wu is an Assistant Professor of International Affairs at the Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages. She received her Ph.D. from the National Cheng chi University. Her research in the area of strategic management and international business, with a focus on social networks and business groups. Her
first book, Growth and O rganization, was published by Jun Jie Press (2015). Shao Tzu is a member of the Academy of Management, the Academy of International Business, and the Taiwan Academy of Management. She is a recipient of Award of Excellence in Teaching and the Outstanding In dustry Academy Cooperation Award. In addition, she also wins Certificate of Appreciation from several companies, including China Steel Corporation, Hilos Kingtex Corporation, and Taiwan association of industry and commerce in Mexico city, etc.

Email: 99034@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 6122

Kit Lam

Kit Lam

Department of Communicatio n Arts

Dr. Kit Lam is an assistant professor and the former Chairperson of Department of Communication Arts and Graduate Institute of Creative Arts Industries. She was the Dean of International and Cross strait Cooperation and the Dean of Research and Development at Wenzao University. Dr. Lam was also the 2012 ICUSTA Exchange Scholar at The University of St. Thomas, Houston, USA. Her research interests include Media Studies, Visual Culture, and Intercultural Communication. Prior to her academic career, Dr. Lam was a journalist in Formosa Television in Taiwan and a newspaper reporter in Hong Kong.

Email: 87004@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 3201

Yuan-Ming Chiao

Yuan-Ming Chiao

Department of International Affairs

Yuan-Ming Chiao is an assistant professor of the Department of International Affairs. He received his doctorate in political science at the University of Kassel, Germany. His research interests include international political econo my, regional economic integration and cross Strait relations.

Email: 100238@mail.wzu.edu.tw

Ext No: 6126

Ching Chang

Ching Chang

Department of International Affairs

CHANG, Ching, Ph.D., a retired military professional and security expert who is a graduate from Chinese Naval Academy and United State Naval War College as his military professional education basis. Further, Dr. Chang also has a M.S. in electrical engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder a nd a doctorate degree in politics and international relations awarded by the University of Hull, United Kingdom. Dr. Chang is a visiting faculty member of the Department of International Affairs in the past nine years and teaching various courses such as international relations, international organization and associated courses. Dr. Chang is also a TV political commentator invited by many different medias.

Email: chingchang@hotmail.com

Ext No: 6103

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