Lin Cong is a Ph.D. student in school of education, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. She holds a Master’s degree in pedagogy from Sichuan University (2016). Her research interests focus on the coordinate development between University discipline ecology and regional industry, as well as internal discipline ecology management in universities, etc.
She has participated in the National Natural Science Foundation of China "Research on the Formation Mechanism and Promotion Strategies of Research Universities' Social Reputation" project. She has conducted research on university development at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen).
She has won the first-class scholarship of Sichuan University and the second-class scholarship of "WCU" of Shanghai Jiaotong University.
Some of her key (selected) publications include:
- Cong, L (2017). Comparative Analysis of the Library Size of "985 Project" Universities Based on SPSS. Shanxi Archives, 6,109-111.
- Cong, L, Zhao, W. H. & Jiang, Y. H.(2020). An Analysis of the Expenditure Structure of the First-class Universities in the World--A Case Study of Four Universities in the United States, Britain, Japan and Hong Kong. Handbook of Higher Education Management.
- Cong, L, Zhao, W. H. & Jiang, Y. H (2021). Responsibilities and missions of top medical schools in public health emergencies. Chinese University Science and Technology, 6, 34-38.
- Cong L, Zhao W. H(2022). Comparison and enlightenment of the construction of first-class medical disciplines in China and the United States. University and disciplines. (Already accepted by journals)