Weiye Guan received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in English and Applied Linguistics respectively from Southeast University, China. She has been working as an English (EFL) teacher at a university in China since 2009. Currently, she is a first-year Ph.D. student in the Department of Educational Foundations at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.

Research Interests

Her research interests include quality and equity of education, higher education with a focus on teacher education and professional development, as well as comparative and international education. Given her working experience and professional goals, she is passionate about actively engaging in global network and community at the higher education level. She is currently exploring the impact of market-based higher education and the challenges faced by professional academics within higher education institutions in different contexts.

Ph.D. Track

Educational Foundations

COE Affiliation

Educational Foundations


B.A., English Literature. (2006)
Southeast University, Nanjing, China

M.A., Foreign Linguistics and Applied Linguistics. (2008)
Southeast University, Nanjing, China

Journal Articles

Yang, Y. & Guan, W. (2019). Study on College English Blended Teaching Model Based on Flipped Classroom and Production-oriented Approach in the Context of MOOC [J]. Journal of Nantong Vocational & Technical Shipping College.
Guan, W. (2012). Discourse Analysis and Translation. Kaoshi Zhoukan (ExamsWeekly)(5), 29-29.
Fan, Y. & Guan, W. (2011). A Preliminary Study on Advanced English Teaching under Network Interaction Mode. Journal of Jiangsu University of Technology, 17(5), 81-83.