Duan Rongjuan, female, professor, mainly engaged in foreign language teaching, linguistics and applied linguistics, multimodal metaphor. As principal investigator, Prof.Duan has completed more than 10 provincial projects, and published nearly 20 papers, including 2 papers published in CSSCI journals and 5 papers in Chinese core journals.
Gao Yufang, female, born in 1967, from Yanggao County, Shanxi Province, non-party member, master of English language and literature, associate professor and postgraduate supervisor. Gao is mainly engaged in the research of translation theory and translation teaching, and has set up courses of "Introduction to Translation" and "Research on Translation" for graduate students.
Gao has presided over and participated in many provincial projects and published more than ten translations. She won a third prize for outstanding achievements in social science research in Shanxi Province.
Guo Aiping，born in 1967, is Professor of Applied Linguistics from College of Foreign Languages, Taiyuan University of Technology. She received her PhD from Shanghai International Studies University. She offers “An Introduction to Linguistics” for graduate candidates. Her main research interests are Second Language Acquisition, Functional Grammar and Textual Linguistics. In the past few years, she has published 2 monographs, 2 textbooks, more than 20 papers at home and abroad. She has also been awarded prizes for excellence in research four times. She is currently conducting some projects on the contrastive analysis of scientific English between native and non-native English speakers, formulaic language and English proficiency, and the study of western images of China in ‘One Belt, One Road’ Initiative.
Li Xiuhong, female, born on 4th, November, 1968, Han nationality, non-party member, from Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, Master degree, associate professor, postgraduate supervisor. Li obtained Master degree of education from Tottori University in 2004. She mainly engaged in the research of language testing, language teaching and teachers’ development. Li has presided over 5 provincial projects, undertook 4 provincial projects and published 2 CSSCI journals and 6 papers in core journals of Peking University. Li was awarded the third prize of “excellent academic thesis of language teaching” in the third seminar of Japanese language teaching. Li also obtained the third prize of young and middle-aged lecturers’ teaching skills competition of the College of Foreign Languages and the university.
Liu Bing is Professor of College of Foreign Languages in Taiyuan University of Technology. His main research interests include applied linguistics, second language acquisition, foreign language teaching theory, and computer assisted language learning. In recent years, he has conducted in-depth research in the field of foreign language teaching under the influence of network environment. He has published ten papers in national and provincial level journals (three of them in CSSCI source journals), and published six monographs and textbooks, including three national-level textbooks of "Eleventh Five-Year" and "Twelfth Five-Year" plans. At the moment, He is presiding over one National Social Science Foundation project and six provincial and ministerial projects. He completed one National Educational Science leading project, one National Soft Science project, one sub-topic of National Social Science Foundation project, one Ministry of Education college English teaching reform project, one "China Foreign Language Education Research Center" project, as well as seven provincial and ministerial research projects. His teaching mainly involves college English for non-English major students and specialized courses for English major undergraduate, second degree and graduate students.
Dr. Liu Rong is Professor of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics in the Department of Foreign Languages in TYUT. He is also deputy director of Internet-Based Foreign Language Education Center. Dr. Liu received his PhD in Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics from Beijing Language and Culture University in 2009, a MS in Taiyuan University of Technology in 2005, and a BA in English in Shanxi University in 1994. His research programme spans corpus linguistics, computational linguistics and discourse analysis. The Construction and Application of Language Resources instructed by him is accessible for postgraduates.
Dr. Liu has carried out two national projects sponsored by the Ministry of Education of the PRC, two provincial projects and another three projects. Dr. Liu has published 15 papers in CSSCI-indexed journals, Peking University Core Journals and other journals, as well as a monograph. Dr Liu won the second prize of “Top 100 quality Academic Achievement” of Shanxi Province in 2017, the outstanding achievement award of the tenth “Social Science Research Achievement” of Shanxi Province in 2018, and the “Qingou Award” of the outstanding teacher of Taiyuan University of Technology in 2018.
Liu Yamin, female, born in 1983, from Jincheng,Shanxi, member of the Communist Party of China, PhD in education, associate professor, mainly engaged in the research of foreign language teaching and translation history.Her doctoral thesis won the "Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation of Hubei Province" and the "Nomination Award for Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation of Higher Education", and was selected as the young outstanding talent of Shanxi Province's "Shanxi Elite" Support Program in 2018. Liu published monographs such as "The Mission of School Moral Education-Rebuilding the Common Spiritual Homeland of the Chinese Nation" (second author). Liu published more than ten academic papers in "Comparative Education Research"(Journal) and other academic Journals. Currently, she is presiding over a national education science planning youth funded project and participating in a number of national and provincial-level projects.
Sun Baoheng, born in 1966，postgraduate supervisor of Western Literary Theory, literature and literary theory. From 2012 to 2018, Sun hosted and participated in six provincial scientific research projects, published several provincial and core scientific research papers, and participated in national and international literary and teaching seminars. She possesses intimate knowledge of the works of Thomas Hardy, William Faulkner, and Virginia Woolf. In terms of postgraduate teaching process, she focuses on in-depth analysis of theories and personalized text reading. Since 2003, Sun has trained 24 postgraduates.
Wang Lan, born in January, 1969, Han nationality, from Yingxian County, Shanxi Province, master degree, associate professor, postgraduate supervisor, director of the Network Education Center of the College of Foreign Languages. In 1992, Wang received a bachelor's degree in literature from Shanxi University and a master's degree in Tianjin Normal University in 2001.
Wang is mainly engaged in translation theory and practice, and the research of corpus translation. Wang has presided over three soft science projects of Shanxi Provincial Department of Science and Technology, two educational science planning projects of Shanxi Province, and two philosophical social science projects of Shanxi Province. She also published one CSSCI paper, five papers from Peking University Core Journal, and won the third prize of Shanxi Teaching Achievement Award. In 2017, the students she supervised won the third prize in the "Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press Cup" National English Writing Competition.
Wuriga, associate Professor, got her Ph.D degree in Language culture from Osaka University in Japan in 2013. Her research interests mainly focus on bilingual education and second language acquisition.
She has published 5 academic papers in Japanese journals and participated in compilation of one oral Japanese textbook. Wu presided over a National Social Science Funded youth project, a research grant project for returning students from Shanxi Province, and a university-level youth project. Besides, she also participated in 2 national social science educational planning topics, 2 provincial-level projects, and published 1 paper in foreign journals in the last five years. Since 2014, she has trained 10 graduate students since she was hired as a master tutor; she offered a wide range of courses for postgraduates such as "Technical Japanese Translation", "Practical Translation Skills", "Translation Seminar", and also for undergraduates in "Japanese-Chinese Translation Theory and Practice", "Comprehensive Japanese" , "Japanese culture", and "Japanese listening", etc.
Yu Wangsuo, male, born in March, 1966, Han nationality, member of the Communist Party of China, from Xia County, Shanxi Province, master, professor, postgraduate supervisor. Yu is a senior English writing lecturer. In 1998, Yu received a master's degree in English literature from Shanxi University. In 2009, he received a PhD in English literature from Shanghai International Studies University. Yu served as the president of the Confucius Institute at the University of West India at Mona in Jamaica, the Director of the Department of Foreign Languages, the Secretary of the Party Branch, and the Chairman of the Trade Union. Yu also served as an arbitration expert for the "English Weekly" for a long time and a judge for the regional finals of the "21st Century Cup" National English Speech Contest of China Daily.
Yu works on Discourse and English writing, Academic English Writing, and Foreign Language Teaching Research. He has presided over and undertaken 8 provincial scientific research projects. He has published 9 papers and 3 monographs in Peking University's core journals in journals such as "Foreign Language World", "Foreign Languages and Foreign Language Teaching" and Foreign Languages Reach. Yu was awarded the "Provincial Teaching Achievement Second Prize", as well as "Excellent Teachers" and "Excellent Party Members" at the College of Foreign Language and the university.
Zhang Wangbin, female, born in June,1983, from Wenshui, Shanxi Province, Han nationality, member of the Communist Party of China, PhD, associate professor, postgraduate supervisor. In 2005, Zhang received a bachelor's degree in English from Taiyuan Normal University. In addition, Zhang received a master's degree and a doctorate in international journalism from the Communication University of China in 2009 and 2012. In 2017, Zhang served as a visiting scholar at the University of Auckland.
Zhang is mainly engaged in English news and discourse analysis, and has successively hosted 1 project of the Youth Fund of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Ministry of Education and 1 project of the Philosophy and Social Sciences of Shanxi Province. Zhang also undertook 3 provincial and ministerial projects and published 3 papers including CSSCI / Peking University Core Journals. Zhang has successively been awarded the titles of "Advanced Individual of Taiyuan University of Technology" and "Shanxi Elite".