Dr. Pi-Chi Han
Dr. Pi-Chi Han grew up in a very traditional Chinese family in Taiwan. She received her Ed. D. from University of Arkansas, in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She has been impacted by both Chinese and American cultures. She has had strong interest in the issue of exploring intercultural effectiveness (ICE) competencies since her doctoral study.
Besides her active scholarly presentations in the U.S., Dr. Pi-Chi Han has presented papers internationally, i.e., Finland, Japan, France, China, Taiwan, and Australia, Recently She is invited as a visiting international faculty fellow by Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS), Beijing.
Dr. Pi-Chi Han currently is an assistant professor in National Kaohsiung Normal University in Taiwan. She has taught in the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at University of Missouri-St. Louis in the States for five years. She is an educator of global workforce development and a consultant of developing global talent and intercultural competence. Her research interests have been focused on the issues of investigating intercultural effectiveness (ICE) competencies for various demographic groups, and developing global talents and global leadership.