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MA Qin




Education background (including Education and training experiences)

2006.7- 2010.12 PhD, Division of Humanities, University of Louisville, the USA (in Collaboration with Beijing Foreign Studies University)

2001.9- 2004.4 Master of Arts, School of English and International Studies, Beijing Foreign Studies University, China

1999.3- 2000.3 Advanced study, College of Education and Humanities, Alturo Prat University, Iquique, Chile

1993.9- 1997.7 Bachelor of Arts, School of Foreign Languages, Beihang University (Beijng University of Aeronautics and Astronautics), China


Work experience

2014.5-now Deputy Director, International Office, International Business School, Beijing Foreign Studies University

2004.4-now Lecturer, Department of International Business, International Business School, Beijing Foreign Studies University

1998.9- 2001.8 Sales manager, China Aero-Technology Import & Export Corporation (CATIC) Chile Company

1997.7- 1998.8 Secretary and translator, Air Macau Beijing office


Research field

Cross-cultural Management and Communication, Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Gender studies


Taught courses

Organizational Behavior; Chinese Culture and Business Etiquettes


Achievements in academic research

Ma, Qin. “The Social and Cultural Construction of the Self-identity of American Women Business Leaders in the Age of Globalization (1970-2006).” Intercultural Studies: New Frontiers. Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, 2010: 218-232.


Wang, Zhenping, & Ma, Qin. “Action Research on Video Course.” Journal of Cambridge Studies, Vol. 5, No.1, Mar. 2010: 51-73.


Ma, Qin. “Cross-cultural Comparison of the Speech Act of ‘Promising’ in E-business.” Multi-angle View of the Transformation of Chinese Economy. Beijing: China Economy Publishing House, 2009: 188-199.


Ma, Qin. “On Gender Stereotyping in Pictorial Sports News: A Case Study.” Intercultural Communication Studies, Volume XVII:1, 2008: 54-63.


International communication experience (Academic exchange and visits)

2010.2-2011.1 Visiting scholar, Division of Humanities, University of Louisville, the USA


Commercial practice (Enterprise practice or survey)

2014.11 Immersion Week visiting Google (Beijing), Baidu, and LeTV.


Honors and awards

2005 “Margaret Turner” (Chen Meijie) Teaching Award of Beijing Foreign Studies University