Teaching History

My teaching history started in 1996 when I was first time asked to teach a course called English for International Business Communication at a university in China. Between 1996 and 2003, I mainly gave lessons on the subjects of English.  After I got a master degree on international trade in 2004, I moved to another university in China, where  I  began to teach courses on subject of business and trade. In 2006, I moved to Norway to take my PhD degree in economics, which includes a one-year stay as a visiting scholar at a university in the USA. During my PhD education, I gave two guest lectures, one at the hosting university in the USA and the other at University of Bergen in Norway. After finishing my PhD degree in 2009, I began my teaching at UiT The Arctic University of Norway, where I am currently working as an associate professor.

An overview of my teaching history is presented in the following table.

Time Course Name My Role
From fall 1996 to spring 2003 English for International Business Communications Main lecturer
Business English Main lecturer
College English Main lecturer
Fall 2004 – Fall 2005  English for International Business Communications Main lecturer
International Freight Forwarding Agency Main lecturer
Theory and Business of International Trade Main lecturer
October 2007 Theory of Markets Guest lecturer
December 2008 China in Global Production System Guest lecturer
Fall 2009-Fall 2011 Market Analysis Main lecturer
Fall 2011 Econometric Co-lecturer
Fall 2012-Now Applied Price Analysis Main lecturer
Spring 2016-Now Entrepreneurial Financial Management Main lecturer