Qiao Dai

2358825d@student.gla.ac.uk

Research title: How Chinese women in British Higher Education make sense of womanhood.

Research Summary

Current research 

My PhD research explores how Chinese women with experiences in UK Higher Education make sense of womanhood over time.

Research interests 

  • Feminisms
  • Intersectionality 
  • Internationalization of Higher Education
  • Creative inquiry 
  • Transnationalism 
  • Mobility 

Publications

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2023

Dai, Q. (2023) Chinese international students' wellbeing: experiences of assessment in higher education. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 22(2), pp. 118-133. (doi: 10.1177/14788047231194173)

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Articles

Dai, Q. (2023) Chinese international students' wellbeing: experiences of assessment in higher education. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 22(2), pp. 118-133. (doi: 10.1177/14788047231194173)

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Grants

PGR Conference support grant £ 780

Conference

 

  • Using online collage and culturally responsive focus groups to investigate Chinese women’s experience of intersectionality before, during and after UK HE. Lancaster University, invited seminar, online, 6 December 2022.
  • Dai, Q (2022) Chinese women students' sense-making of their transnational experience and womanhood before, during and after UK HE. In 2022 SRHE International Research Conference: Mobilities in Higher Education, online, 5th December 2022 - 9th December 2022.
  • The interaction between Chinese women’s understanding of womanhood and their lived experience in UK Higher Education. In China and Higher Education 2022: (Re)imagining Kindness in Times of Conflict, online, 30th November 2022- 2nd December 202.
  • Dai, Q (2022) A creative feminist online inquiry on Chinese women students' understanding of womanhood and experience of intersectionality in UK HE. In the SERA Annual conference 2022, Ayr, 23rd November - 25th November.
  • Dai, Q. (2022) The interaction between Chinese women's understanding of womanhood and their lived experience in UK Higher Education. In the Global South Philomathia Social Sciences Research Symposium, Cambridge, UK, 29 June-1 July 2022
  • Liu, R. and Dai. Q (2022) Zine-making workshop: Guided session as a creative reflection on work and gender. In the Global South Philomathia Social Sciences Research Symposium, Cambridge, UK, 29 June-1 July 2022
  • Dai, Q (2022) Emotion in online creative inquiry: Chinese womanhood in UK Higher Education.  In the 2nd School of Social Sciences Doctoral Conference “Building Resilient Communities” , Online, UK, June 2022 
  • Dai, Q (2022) The interaction between Chinese women’s understanding of womanhood and their lived experience in UK Higher Education. In British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies (BPCS) Conference, Oxford, UK, 23-24 June 2022
  • Dai, Q (2022)  Life Under/Post-Pandemic, Chair. In: British Postgraduate Network for Chinese Studies (BPCS), Oxford, UK, 23-24 June 2022
  • Dai, Q (2022) Art-based methodology, feminisms and wellbeing. In PhD-led Seminar, Glasgow, UK, May 2022
  • Dai, Q (2021) What it’s like to advise on academic writing as a GTA and first-year international PGR. This UofG PhD Life Symposium, online, 20th 2021

 

Teaching

  • 11.2022 to date, Associate tutor, School of Education, University of Glasgow
  • 09.2021 to date, Graduate teaching assistant, School of Education, University of Glasgow
  • 02.2021 to date, Graduate teaching assistant, LEADS, University of Glasgow  
  • 02.2021 to date, Part-time EPQ research tutor, Illume Technology
  • 09.2019-07.2020, English teacher and educational administrator, Chengdu Bekids Consultant Co., Ltd, Chengdu
  • 09.2018-05.2020, Part-time learning mentor, EIC Education, Glasgow
  • 02.2017-08.2017, Teacher (educational theories), Chengdu Modern Vocational and Technical School, Chengdu
  • 07.2015-01.2017, Intern English teacher, Eton House International School, Chengdu

Additional Information

  • 2020 to date, PhD in Education, University of Glasgow, 
  • 2018-2019, Master of Science: Educational Studies, University of Glasgow
  • 2017-2018, Pre-Master's for Law and Social Sciences, Glasgow International College
  • 2012-2016, Bachelor of Arts: Preschool Education, Sichuan Normal University