Dr. Ching-Hsuan Wu
Assistant Professor, Chinese Flagship Program
Office: HCIC 2043
Dr. Ching-Hsuan Wu joined the Chinese Flagship Program as Academic Director in the Honors College at Western Kentucky University on August 1, 2015. Dr. Wu was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, and moved to the United States in 1999. She holds a Ph.D. in Second and Foreign Language Education with specializations in Teacher Education and Quantitative Research Methods from The Ohio State University. Dr. Wu has extensive experience in teaching Chinese at all levels, implementing Chinese programs, designing curriculum, and training teachers of foreign languages. Her research interests include Teacher Education, Second Language Acquisition in advanced learners, and East Asian languages pedagogy. Prior to coming to WKU, Dr. Wu was Assistant Professor of Modern Foreign Languages at Ohio Wesleyan University, and she also taught at Bentley University, National Taiwan Normal University, and The Ohio State University. At WKU, Dr. Wu leads the Chinese Flagship Program and is committed to collaborating with the team to further develop the curriculum. She strives to recruit highly-motivated students and graduate all of them with the superior level of proficiency in Chinese necessary for global professionals. Dr. Wu is very proud to be part of the Honors College.
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