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Staff

STAFF

The most crucial factor in IUP’s success has been its elite faculty and student body. The combination of carefully chosen well-trained teachers and highly motivated, strongly committed students has enabled IUP to maintain its high quality instruction. missiondots
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James E. Dew and Vivian Ling

“The Inter-University Program (IUP): The Thirty- Four Years in Taipei,” in Ling, ed. The Field of Chinese Language Education in the U.S.: A Retrospective of the 20th Century, 146.

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Dr. Sun Chaofen

孙朝奋

JOINED IUP: 2017

Faculty Director | cfsun@stanford.edu

PROFILE EDUCATION ACADEMIC INTERESTS
Professor Chaofen Sun has been teaching Chinese linguistics and Classical Chinese and coordinating of the Chinese language program at Stanford since 1991. His specializations include morpho-syntax, history of Chinese, Chinese as a Second Language, etc. He has been publishing books and articles on the Chinese word-order change, numeral classifier constructions, and the morpho-syntactic changes of various Chinese constructions
  • PhD in Linguistics, Cornell University, 1998
  • MA in Linguistics, University of Oregon, 1984
  • BA in English Language and Literature, East China Normal University, 1974
  • Chinese as a Second Language
  • History of Chinese
  • Morpho-syntax

Dr. Andrew Andreasen

安瑞生

JOINED IUP: 2019

Resident Director | aja888@stanford.edu

PROFILE EDUCATION ACADEMIC INTERESTS
Andy is a native of Idaho, he was raised in the western United States, attended college at the United States Merchant Marine Academy in New York and sailed as a maritime officer before commencing his study of China at Stanford University. At Stanford he completed an M.A. in East Asian Studies, an M.A. in Linguistics and a Ph.D. in Asian Languages. He is an IUP having studied at the program in Taipei during the 1973-75 academic years Andy has had more than 25 years working experience in China starting in 1980. He served as the inaugural Executive Director of the Stanford Center at Peking University, a position he held from 2012 through 2015. Prior to that he was Managing Director of Asia Information Associates Limited and its wholly-owned consulting subsidiary in China - Shanghai AIAL Information Consulting Company Limited. AIAL, a wholly owned subsidiary of Baker & McKenzie LLC, provided legal and regulatory consulting, corporate services, and translation services to the Firm’s clients.
  • Ph.D. in Asian Languages, focusing on Tang Dynasty Fiction, Stanford University, 1981
  • M.A. in Linguistics, Stanford University, 1978
  • M.A. in East Asian Regional Studies, Stanford University, 1973
  • B.S. in Nautical Science and Marine Transportation, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, 1969
  • Tang Dynasty fiction in the chuan qi (传奇小说) mode
  • Early Chinese writing, oracle bone carvings and bronze inscriptions
  • Diachronic changes in the use of aspect in Chinese as evidenced in early Chinese fiction

Xu Wei

徐微

JOINED IUP: 2006

Academic Coordinator | iup.xuwei@yahoo.com

PROFILE EDUCATION ACADEMIC INTERESTS
Xu Wei first joined IUP as Chinese language instructor in 2006. She was a visiting instructor of Chinese in the Department of East Asian Languages at the University of Virginia during the 2010-2011 academic year. She has been IUP's academic coordinator since June 2016.
  • MA in Media and Communication, Beijing Normal University, 2006
  • BA in Literary Publishing, Beijing Normal University, 2003
  • Curriculum design
  • Education management
  • Educational psychology
  • Second language education

Zhu Weiwei

朱维维

JOINED IUP: 2010

Program Administrator | iup.zhuweiwei@gmail.com

PROFILE EDUCATION ACADEMIC INTERESTS
Zhu Weiwei first joined IUP in 2010 and is currently a MA candidate in Information Science and E-Goverment at Renmin University of China.
  • BA in English Language, Heilongjiang University, 2005
  • Science and E-Government
  • Chinese Language Education
  • Intercultural Communication

Chen Siyu

陈思羽

JOINED IUP: 2018

Admissions and Marketing Coordinator | jadechen@stanford.edu

PROFILE EDUCATION ACADEMIC INTERESTS
Chen Siyu has degrees in English language, Chinese Linguistics, and Linguistics from universities in China, the United States, and the United Kingdom. She has been teaching Chinese as a second language for many years in Tsinghua University before she joined IUP in 2018.
  • Certificate in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (TCSOL), Columbia University, 2015
  • MPhil in Linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, 2007
  • MA in Chinese Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, Tsinghua University, 2006
  • BA in English Language, Beijing Institute of Technology, 2004
  • Linguistics
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Teaching Chinese as a Second Language