Project Team

Dr Crystal Tsay

Key details:

Senior Lecturer in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour;

Programme Leader, BA Human Resource Management

Department of Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour, Faculty of Business

Background:

Dr. Crystal Tsay is a Senior Lecturer at Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour.  Crystal received her PhD in Management from the George Washington University, USA. She has been teaching a variety of modules related to Cross Cultural Management, and Human Resource Management. She enjoys teaching, interacting with, and learning from students from culturally diverse backgrounds. 

Crystal’s research interests include learning and adaptation in cross-cultural contexts, educational gamification, and learning and knowledge sharing in information system project teams. Her research has been published in Computers and Education, Decision Support SystemsIntl. Journal of Services and Standards, and Information, Technology, and People.  

Based on the literature of cross-cultural adaptation, Crystal and her project team held a series of workshops for Chinese Direct Entry students to help them develop psychological and social capital, which are critical for the success of adapting into the UK culture and the Higher Education environment.  

Dr Pi-Chi hen

Key details:

Lecturer in International Business

Department of International Business & Economics, Faculty of Business

Background:

Dr Pi-Chi Chen is a Lecturer at the University of Greenwich. She completed her PhD at Birkbeck, University of London. Her academic career followed and built on her earlier professional career working as stockbroker covering Asia-Pacific equity markets in the City of London. Her research interests include international business, strategy, multinational enterprises based in emerging markets, and regional innovation and development. She is co-author of US Firms’ Business Competence in the Taiwanese IT Industry (Springer, 2016) and The Digitization of Business in China (Palgrave, 2018). Within the university, she is Deputy Programme Leader of MA/MBA International Business and take primary responsibility for MA/MBA International Business January Programme. She is also module leader of Foundations of Scholarship and Research (MA/MBA) and Understanding International Business 1 & 2 (extended programmes).  

Dr Yang Yang

Key details:

Lecturer in Pedagogy and Educational Practice

Background:

At the University of Greenwich, Yang is responsible for developing innovative pedagogies with academic colleagues and promote pedagogic research. She is the programme lead of PGR TLA and the programme and curriculum enhancement workshops. 

She has a masters degree in Education Technology and Society from the University of Bristol and did her PhD research in Learning Sciences, at the University of Nottingham. 

Dr Jing Luo

Key details:

Lecturer in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour

Department of Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour, Faculty of Business

Background:

Dr Jing Luo is a lecturer in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour. Prior to joining the University of Greenwich, she studied and worked at Huazhong University of Science and Technology.

She has been involved in several research projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) and the International research project on Changing Academic Profession funded by Ford Foundation.

Mr Sen Wang

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Department of Systems Management and Strategy, Faculty of Business

Background:

Sen graduated from De Montfort University in 2013 and achieved his first master degree in the University of Glasgow in 2014. After completed a Master of Research on Management at the University of Aberdeen in 2016, Sen stayed in Aberdeen to study for a PhD from 2017. During the year 2017-2018, Sen participated in the Carbon Capture Machine (CCM) Team of University of Aberdeen. Sen joint University of Greenwich in 2018 and continuously working towards his doctoral research under Dr Yong Lin and Professor Zoё Morrison. Sen’s research identifies the impacts of social relationships to the innovations in carbon capture technologies in developing countries, especially in China. Sen is also responsible for several tutorial sessions in the area of business planning and development. 

Miss Jingwen (Tatia) Qu

Key details:

Department of Systems Management and Strategy, Faculty of Business

Background:

Tatia finished her Bachelor (Hon) degree in 2016 at Sichuan International Studies University in China and completed an MSc in Marketing Management at the University of Essex in 2017. She joined the University of Greenwich to pursue her PhD degree in 2018 and conducts research on internationalisation process and strategies of SMEs in emerging economies. Her research aims to provide practitioners with management implications of developing appropriate strategies and processes for the internationalisation process.

Tatia is working as hourly paid lecturer and research assistant and she takes responsibilities for lectures and tutorial sessions in logistics and supply chain management modules.

Miss Samrachana Shrestha

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MSc Child and Adolescent Psychology Student

Background:

Samrachana finished her BSc (Hons) Psychology degree in 2016 from Coventry University, UK. She joined the University of Greenwich to pursue her Masters degree in Child and Adolescent Psychology in 2019.