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Linda Chiang, Ed.D.

Professor, Department of Teacher Education
Phone: (626) 815-6000, Ext. 5132
Fax: (626) 815-5336
Linda H. Chiang, Ed.D., is a conscientious teacher and lifelong learner whose research interests include culture and learning styles, early childhood special education, and teaching pedagogies. She is a recipient of the Dean’s Accomplished Scholar (2008) and Outstanding Researcher (2010) awards from the School of Education. Her publications, which are in English and Chinese, include Positive Psychology: Implications for Life, Work and Education, 2nd Ed. (Taipei, Psychology Publishers, 2010); and Modernization, Globalization, and Confucianism in Chinese Societies (Praeger, 2002; co-authored with Joseph B. Tamney). She also writes a monthly column titled “Perfect Schools in an Imperfect World” for a professional journal in Taiwan.


Ed.D., Adult, Higher and Community Education, Ball State University
M.A., Educational Psychology, Ball State University
B.A., Chinese Literature and Language, National Taiwan Normal University

Trainer, Resilient Educator Instructor


  • School of Education
    • Teacher Education


  • Ethnic Studies
  • Psychology
  • Verbal and Nonverbal Communication

Courses Taught

EDUC 572 – Advanced Educational Psychology
EDUC 573 – Philosophy/Ethics and History of Education

Office Hours

Wednesday and Thursday, 1–4 p.m.

Office Location

Building One, Suite 113, West Campus

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