author：school release date：2017-05-20 18:40:02
Wang Dianjun has been Principal of Tsinghua High School since December 2006. Mr. Wang holds a B.A. from Shanxi Normal University, an M.A. from Peking University, and a Ph.D. from Tsinghua University. Mr. Wang served as Associate Professor and then Professor in the mathematical department of Tsinghua University from August 1999 till December 2006. Mr. Wang is currently director of the basic education team of Tsinghua University Institute of Educational Research, member of China Ministry of Education’s educational technology committee and basic education curriculum committee, and vice-chairman of the high school curriculum committee of the Chinese Society of Education.
Wang Yi is currently Executive Director for University Programs at Harvard Center Shanghai, working with Harvard University’s many schools and departments to strengthen their engagement with China. A graduate of Harvard University and Oxford University, Mr. Wang once worked as a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs in Beijing, where he built Goldman’s China onshore asset management business from scratch at Beijing Gao Hua Securities, and at McKinsey & Company. Since 2014, Mr. Wang has devoted himself to education, helping to found and then serving as vice chair of the Board for United World College in China.
Shi Ping is Deputy Principal of Tsinghua High School and Executive Principal of Tsinghua International School. Mr. Shi has worked at Tsinghua High School since graduating from Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management. Mr. Shi has many years of experience as a teacher and administrator. His educational vision is to combine Tsinghua characteristics and the best of Western education in order to provide more credible options in international education for Chinese students.
Fengshan Bai is currently a professor and doctoral supervisor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences of Tsinghua University. He graduated from Jilin University, Tsinghua University, University of Bath in the UK and Stanford University in the US. Former executive director of the Chinese Mathematical Society, deputy dean of the School of Science of Tsinghua University, deputy director of the Academic Affairs Office of Tsinghua University, etc., currently serving as the deputy director of the University Mathematics Teaching Steering Committee of the Ministry of Education, deputy director and secretary-general of the middle school student mathematical modeling committee , (Middle school students) Member of the Organizing Committee of the International Mathematical Modeling Challenge, etc.
Ms. Wenping Li, Principal and board member of Tsinglan School, Executive Principal of Tsinghua International School (THIS) and a board member of the Beijing Innovative Education Society. She has earned a Secondary School Senior Teacher Certificate and the title of Beijing Elite Teacher. Before entering THIS in 2010, Ms. Li had 19 years of experience in basic education and achieved tremendous results. 11 years of working in International education makes Ms. Li vastly experienced in school management, curriculum and instruction, school operation, teacher development, student support and admission and recruitment. Ms. Li’s leadership approach not only focuses on the macro-development/growth of an school, it is also detail-oriented as evident in her diligent, industrious work ethic and her pursuit of excellence. Schools under Ms. Li’s leadership has achieved incredible university acceptance results with students admitted to renowned institutions including Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Stanford, MIT, and Tsinghua University.
Lin jingzi worked in Tsinghua High School for more than 10 years, graduated from Wuhan University of Technology and Hong Kong University. She has rich experience in first-line teaching and management and received the honor of Excellent Teacher in Tsinghua High School. During the three years in the United States, she worked in public and private education teaching and administrative sections which gave her a deep understanding of the differences between Chinese and western education and how these school are operated and managed. When she came back to China, she decided to continue dedicating herself in the field of international education, bringing good teaching modes and philosophy to Chinese students, and make her contributions to create a platform with infinite possibility for all-round development of students.