Minghui Hou

Minghui Hou
Old Dominion University | ODU · Darden College of Education

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The COVID-19 pandemic threatens to exacerbate the school psychology personnel crisis. There is a dearth of knowledge regarding how the pandemic has impacted school psychology trainers and course delivery. In this national study, 92 school psychology trainers completed an online questionnaire regarding technological instructional changes, job satisf...
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Higher education institutions have been criticised as neo-colonial entities that subjugate, other or silence international students. With a goal towards creating a more equitable and inclusive campus environment, this study aims to center the voices of international students and illuminate the heterogeneity of their perceptions of the campus enviro...
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School psychology is experiencing a shortages crisis. There is also lack of national data regarding current recruitment practices. Understanding these practices is essential to overcome these personnel shortages. In this national study, 151 school psychology programs within the US and its territories were surveyed. Participants were chosen from a n...
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In this new publication, Syracuse University Associate Professor Yingyi Ma employs a mixed-method research design to examine and analyze the educational motivations, experiences, and trajectories of a new wave of Chinese undergraduate students from diverse family backgrounds with an emphasis on “the duality of ambition and anxiety” (p. 7). This boo...
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The COVID-19 pandemic brings a set of unique challenges to international students who may be in stressful situations, worry about their uncertain future, experience prejudice and discrimination, and be forced to confront pre-existing mental health challenges. Given how recent the pandemic is, there is a lack of research conducted on how internation...
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This article explores the academic trajectories of transnational postgraduates. We draw upon interrelated theories of globalization and transnational social fields to frame the globalizing social and educational contexts in which international students navigate their lives and careers after earning doctoral degrees. We draw on in-depth interviews w...
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Aim/Purpose: In our reflexivity in this duoethnographic study, we aimed to identify and elicit the authentic voices, thoughts, and experiences of international students from China and Cameroon to explore international education equity’s complexities through the internationalization of curriculum in doctoral programs at U.S. institutions. Background...
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Educational Equality and International Students, recently published by Tannock (2018), explores and highlights how to conceptualize and promote principles of educational equality for both international and domestic students in the United Kingdom. Tannock’s book includes empirical research consisting of 60 interviews with higher education staff and...
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In this paper we explore the experiences of cross-border postgraduates. Our focus marks a deliberate effort to explore non-elite academic mobility and move beyond binary policy discourses that focus on mobility as a competition for talent and research that categorizes migrants with nation-based identities.

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