October 9, 2012
Min, LI is a Researcher Fellow in the Research Institute for Higher Education (RIHE) at the Hiroshima University, Japan. From 1999 to 2002, she served as a lecturer at the Department of Japanese, Tongji University, Shanghai, China. She earned her BA at Beijing Foreign Studies University, China and her PhD at Ochanomizu University, Japan. Her doctorate research is about job-seeking by university graduates in China. The Expansion of Higher Education and Job scarcity of University Graduates in China was published by the Hiroshima University Press in March 2011. Her current research topic is the reform of graduate schools in Japan and the education of international students. She is also conducting a comparative study on higher education systems, mainly between China and Japan, as well as working on the issue of employment of university graduate and disparities in educational opportunities . Gender differences is another issue of her interest.
Min, LI is a member of the Japan Society of Educational Sociology, Japanese Association of Higher Education Research, Japan China Sociological Society.