A prolific writer, Yong Zhao has authored more than 100 articles and 20 books. Zhao's work focuses on the implications of globalization and technology on education.
Currently, Zhao is the Presidential Chair and Associate Dean for Global Education in the College of Education at the University of Oregon. He was previously a Distinguished Professor at the College of Education at Michigan State University. There, he founded the Center for Teaching and Technology.
A native of China, Zhao has amassed accolades for his work, including the Early Career Award from the American Educational Research Association. He was also named one of the 10 most influential people in educational technology by Tech & Learn magazine in 2012.
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|Big Red Wrap-Up: Florida Atlantic Recap, 1402||Hosts look back at the first game of the 2014 season against Florida Atlantic with guest Mitch...|
|Big Red Wrap-Up: McNeese State Prediction||Kevin Kugler, Adrian Fiala and Blake Lawrence predict the outcome to the first game of the 2014...|
|St. Mary's School Honors Veterans||St. Mary's School in Lincoln makes an extra effort to honor Nebraska veterans on the 2014 Korean...|
|Homecoming: An Overview||NET News talks with veterans from different wars, as well as military experts and a psychologist to...|
|An Idea Takes Flight||Bill and Evonne Williams of Omaha created and organized honor flights bringing Nebraska World War...|
|A New Home In The United States||Lloyd Hinkley, a Lincoln, Nebraska veteran, adopted a Korean boy he met while serving in the Korean...|
|Remembering The Fallen||Bill and Evonne Williams' project "Remembering The Fallen" honors servicemen and women across the...|
|A Homecoming Worth The Wait||Several thousand people turned out at the airport in Omaha late on a weeknight to welcome home...|
|Helping Veterans Transition Back Home||Soldiers returning home to Nebraska will find services available to help them with the transition...|
|Visiting The Monuments||Nebraska Korean War veterans travel to Washington D.C. to visit the memorial created in honor of...|