Youguo JIANG is the Assistant Vice President and an Associate professor of Philosophy and Education at Boston College. He has a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Ateneo de Manila University, a master’s degree and Licentiate of Sacred Theology from Harvard University and PhD from Boston College.
He is a member of the Comparative International Education Society (CIES); the Association of Asian Studies (AAS); Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE); and the Association of Moral Education (AME)
Jiang’s research interests include: international and comparative higher education; education and culture; Chinese higher education and development; liberal arts education; moral, civic education and leadership; government, philosophy and education. He is currently researching on US-China student development and cultural perspective. He has received research grants from different foundations.
Jiang is also currently working on two books projects: Practical life and learning of American University; and The last French University in Tianjin (1923-1953): State and Education, which are due to publish in early 2017. He wishes to continue to work on international higher education and development, and focus more on leadership and the sustainable development of humanity.
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