Associate Professor of Sociology, Frostburg State University

Dr. Wei Li is Associate Professor of Sociology at Frostburg State University. He joined the Sociology faculty in August 2008. He teaches Introduction to Sociology, Classical Sociological Theory, and Contemporary Sociological Theory each semester. He has also taught several courses outside Department of Sociology, including Basic Japanese, Intermediate Japanese, and History of Japan.

In addition to teaching, Dr. Li also actively engages in other professional activities. He has served on several university committees.

He published a book about China’s ethnic policy and how it affected China’s modernization in the late Qing dynasty. He was twice invited by Voice of America to comment on China’s social issues and China-Japan relations. He also serves American Council on Education as an evaluator of college-level Japanese and Sociology courses.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of Sociology , Frostburg State University

Education

  • 2008 
    Georgia State University, Sociology