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National Outstanding Teachers

 

Zhao Naiqin


Zhao Naiqin is the director of the Department of Metallic Materials, School of Materials Science and Engineering, and the director of Tianjin Municipal Key Laboratory of Composite Materials and Functionalization. She is also a member of the Chinese Society for Composite Materials, the Instrument Materials Society of China, Instruments and Control Society, and the vice director of Tianjin Municipal X-ray Society. She was the member of the sixth Tianjin Association for Science and Technology. Professor Zhao has been teaching for twenty-eight years, lecturing in undergraduate courses such as metallic materials and heat treatment, X-Ray metallography, engineering materials, and alloy solid-phase transformation. Her courses for graduate students covers thermodynamics of alloys, solid-state phase transformation, and material surfaces and interfaces.. She has won the second prize for the National Teaching Achievements, and is in charge of alloy solid-state phase transformation, one of the classic courses taught at the national level OR taught nationally. The doctoral thesis finished under her guidance was awarded as national level excellent doctoral dissertation. She is accredited with supervising a doctoral thesis that achieved an excellent commendation at the national level. 


Director of the Department of Metallic Materials,  School of Materials Science and Engineering of Tianjin University, and Director of Composite Materials and Functionalization Key Laboratory of Tianjin. He is also a member of Chinese Society for Composite Materials; Member of Instrument Materials Society of China Instrument & Control Society; Vice Director of Tianjin X-ray Society, Member of the sixth Tianjin Association for Science and Technology.  Zhao Naiqin has taught for 28 years, giving undergraduate courses such as metal material and heat treatment, metal X-ray, engineering materials, alloy solid phase transformation, graduate programs as alloy thermodynamics, solid-state phase transformation, material surface and interface. She was awarded the second prize of State Teaching Award. She is in charge of the national fine course alloy solid-state phase transformation.


Tian Yiling


Professor Tian Yiling is the director of the National Engineering Basic Course Education Base for Chemistry at TJU, and the director of TJU National Chemical Science and Engineering Teaching Demonstration Centre. She leads the teaching team of TJU National Chemical Science and Technology Basic Courses. She is also the vice director of Tianjin Municipal Society of Chemistry and a member of the Fine Chemical Industry Committee which is a subordinate of the Chemical Industry and Engineering Society of China. Professor Tian teaches chemicophysics courses and conducts chemicophysics experiments for undergraduate students, molecular thermodynamics for graduate students and advanced chemicophysics to post graduates post-doctorates. Professor Tian has won the second prize for National Teaching Achievements and the first and second prizes for Teaching Achievements at the municipal-level.


Director of the National Chemical Experimental Teaching Demonstration Center in TJU;  Vice president of the Chemical Society of Tianjin; Member of the Chinese Fine Chemical Industry Committee. The courses she taught cover the undergraduate courses of physical and chemical experiment, the graduate course of molecular thermodynamics and PhD courses of advanced physics and chemistry. She once won the prize for National Teaching Achievements Award.

 

Wang Bo


Professor Wang Bo, the Deputy Dean of the School of Management, and the Deputy Dean of the College of Public Administration, is a tutor Supervisor or mentor for postgraduate students majoring in management science and engineering, and business administration. As the Executive Deputy Director of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) and the Master of Public Administration (MPA) Delete: Education Center, Professor Wang enjoys a special government allowance awarded by the State Council.

 

Professor Wang has won many awards and honors, including the Tianjin 9th Five-year Plan Merit Medal, Municipal-level Outstanding Individual of the Tianjin Municipal’s Educating-Students-From-Three-Aspects Award, the First Prize of the Baogang Outstanding Teacher awarded by the Ministry of Education, the Second Prize of the Achievements in National Higher Education Teaching Achievement Award, the First Prize for achievements in Higher Education Teaching Award at the municipal-level, the Third Prize of the Tianjin Award for Scientific and Technological Achievement twice. Once as the person in charge and another as a important noteworthy participant, and the First and Second Prizes of the Tianjin Award for Outstanding Achievements in Social Sciences.

 

The institute of public administration, doctoral supervisor for the major of management science and engineering and business management, deputy director of the standing MBA&MPA education center. He enjoys special government allowances of the state council. He was awarded merit medal of the Ninth Five-Year Plan of Tianjin, title of “SanYuRen Advanced Individual", the first prize of “Bao Gang Excellent teacher of the Ministry of Education”, the second prize of national higher education teaching achievement, the first prize of Tianjin higher education teaching achievement, the third prize of Tianjin science and technology progress, the first prize of Tianjin excellent achievement of social science.


Feng Yaqing


Professor Feng Yaqing is the doctoral supervisor and the Vice President of Tianjin University. She was given the title of the National Women's March 8th Red-Banner Pace-setter, the third section of the National New Century Women Inventor, and the National Female Workers Pace-setter. She also won the 6th China Top Ten Outstanding Women nominated Award in 2006. Professor Feng has won seven awards and to name just a few, these awards include the National and Provincial Teaching Achievements and Science and Technology Progress, the First and Second Achievements in National Teaching Award. She has published six text books, and is now in charge of managing the Fine Pure Organic Synthetic Chemistry and Technology course, one of the national classic courses. Professor Feng was awarded as Tianjin’s Excellent Teacher in 1998, Outstanding Individual in the Teachers Morality Construction in 2003, and the Tianjin Ethic Model of Teachers in 2003.

 

She is the doctoral supervisor, vice President of Tianjin university. She was the the national “March 8 Red-Banner Holders" and “ the third female inventors  of the new century”.  She also won the nominee for the "the Sixth China Top 10 Outstanding Women in 2006. She once won the first and second prizes for National Teaching Achievements Award. She won 7 awards for science and technology advancement and finished 6 teaching materials. She is responsible for the  current national fine course of the fine organic synthesis chemistry and technology.


Yuan Yingjin

 

Professor Yuan Yingjin is the Vice President of TJU, and a doctoral supervisor. As a member of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering under the Ministry of Education, he is the Specially Invited Professor of Tianjin and winner of the National Outstanding Youth Fund. Over the years, Professor Yuan has been conducting research and teaching in Biopharmaceutical Engineering. He developed the major of Pharmaceutical Engineering at TJU. Professor Yuan has completed more than twenty Provincial Scientific Research Projects, Teaching Reform Research Projects, and has published more than 110 scientific papers. These research achievements won him several awards, including three prizes in the Tianjin Natural Science Awards and a prize in the Achievements in National Teaching Award. Under his supervision, an undergraduate student won the First Prize of the National Challenge Cup. Professor Yuan has been given the title of Appointed Expert and Labor Model Outstanding Employee by Tianjin Municipal City, and has been awarded Tianjin’s May 1st Labor Day Medal.


Vice President of TJU, doctoral supervisor, the winner of the National Outstanding Youth Fund, member of the Chemical Division of the Ministry of Education. He worked on biomedical engineering research and teaching and founded the pharmaceutical engineering.  He promoted more than 20 provincial scientific research and teaching reform project and published more than 110 theses. He won three Tianjin Natural Science Awards as well as one National Teaching Achievement Award. Also, with his instruction, the undergraduates won the first prize at the National Challenge Cup. He also gained such honorary titles as commissioned experts in Tianjin, Tianjin “May 1”labor medal, Tianjin model worker.


Yu Daoyin

 

Professor Yu Daoyin, the former Vice President of TJU, has been granted the National Young Experts with Outstanding Contributions and Tianjin’s Appointed Young Experts. Presently, he is the Deputy Director of the Electronic Information and Electrical Appliances Teaching Advisory Board Advisory Board for Teaching Electronic Information and Electrical Appliances under the Ministry of Education, the Deputy Director of the National Engineering Education Certification Committee, the Director of the Opto-electronic Information Science and Engineering Teaching Advisory Subcommittee, a member of the Assessment of Disciplines Group under the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, a standing committee member of the Chinese Optical Society, and the Director of Tianjin Optical Society. Professor Yu has published three text books, and his book Engineering Optics (First Edition) won the Second Prize for National Excellent Textbooks in Higher Education. He was also granted the First and Second Prizes for National Achievements in the Outstanding Teaching Award and the First and Second Prize of Tianjin’s Achievements in Teaching Award.

 

He was the national young and middle-aged expert with outstanding contribution, commissioned  middle-aged and young experts of Tianjin and former Vice President of TJU. He now serves as the vice director of electronic information and electrical disciplines teaching steering committee and  director of the optoelectronic information science and engineering teaching steering subcommittee, vice director of the national engineering education professional certification expert committee,  member of the discipline appraisal group of the State Council Academic Degrees Committee, the standing director of the Chinese Optical Society, chairman of the optical society of Tianjin. He once taught such courses as “engineering optics”, "applied optics", "physical optics" and so on, published three teaching materials of “engineering optics (first edition)”,  which won the second prize of excellent teaching material for institutions of higher learning. He once won the prize for National Excellent Teaching Achievements Award and Tianjin Teaching Achievements Award.


Wang Qiheng


Professor Wang Qiheng is the doctoral supervisor in the School of Architecture. He was the outstanding winner of the Achievements in Teaching National Award in 1989. In 1991, he was bestowed the title of China Academic Degree Gainer with Outstanding Contributions by the State Council, and the title of Expert in Ancient Architecture by the Tianjin Municipal government. In 2001, he was given the Second Prize for Achievements in Teaching National Award, and in 2003, the National Outstanding Teacher in Higher Education.


Professor Wang has been engaged in research and teaching of architectural history and theory, making many achievements in the field of Chinese Traditional Architectural Culture, Imperial Mausoleums and Gardens in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, and Feng-shui Theory. He lectures in undergraduate courses such as the History of Chinese Architecture and Practice in China Ancient Architecture Surveying and Mapping. He also lectures graduate and postgraduate postgraduate students or Master’s and PhD students, is subjects such as the Introduction to Chinese Architectural Culture, Introduction to Chinese Traditional Ecological and Landscape Architecture, Architecture in the Song Dynasty, and Chinese Architectural Traditions and Theory.

 

He now serves as  professor of school of architecture and doctoral supervisor. He won the special prize for National Teaching Achievement Award in 1989. He was awarded title of  "Outstanding Contribution Degree Gainer” by the national education committee and the state council commission. He was also awarded “ancient architect” by Tianjin Municipal Government in 1991. He won the second prize for  National Teaching Achievements Award in 2001. He was engaged in teaching and scientific research work on architectural history and theory, contributing a lot in the fields of Chinese traditional architectural culture and royal mausoleum and garden in Ming and Qing dynasties as well as  the  geomantic theory.  He also started the course of Chinese architectural history and Chinese ancient architecture mapping internship for undergraduates. He mainly teaches  the master and Ph.D courses on Chinese architectural culture, general outline of the Chinese traditional ecological and landscape architecture, buildings in Song dynasty as well as the theory of traditional Chinese architecture.