- 2018 ~ 2020 (expected), M.A. in Media Arts and Sciences, Indiana Univeristy Bloomington
- 2016 ~ 2018, M.A. in Journalism, Renmin University of China
- 2012 ~ 2016, B.A. in English, Hebei Normal University
Conference Presentations #
- Hao, H. (Nov., 2019). Are Chinese selfies gender-stereotypical: a content analysis of selfies on Weibo. Paper presented at the 105th Annual Conference of the National Communication Association, Baltimore.
- Hao, H. (Nov., 2019). Digital divide: theoretical review and future research suggestions. Paper presented at the 105th Annual Conference of the National Communication Association, Baltimore.
- Hao, H. (May, 2019). Global expansion of China’s media for soft power promotion. Paper presented at the 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Washington, DC. Second Top Student Paper (Public Diplomacy Interest Group).
Honors & Awards #
- National Champion (1st among 200,000 participants) of the 1st ‘FLTRP Cup’ English Reading Contest, 2015
- Second Top Student Paper Award, International Communication Association, 2019
- Leader of Tomorrow, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland, 2017
Working Experience #
Journalist, St.Gallen Symposium Magazine, Switzerland, 2019 May
- Interviewed Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore, the CEO of a Chinese electric carmaker, a young Indonesian entrepreneur , and young politicians from India, Argentina, and Sri Lanka.
Teaching Experience #
- 2016 July-Auguest, TOEFL Writing Instructor, New Oriental, Beijing
- 2019 Spring & Fall, C207 Introduction to Media Industry and Management Indiana University, Teaching Fellow for Prof. Matt Pierce, 125 students
- 2018 Fall, C200 Videogame Industry: System and Management, Indiana University, Teaching Assistant for Nathan Mishler, 68 students
- 2019, Reviewer for International Communication Association
Graduate Coursework #
- Intro to Bayesian Data Analysis (2020 Spring; Dr. John Kruschke)
- Data Visualization (Dr. YY Ahn)
- Quantitative Methods for Public Health Research (Dr. Dong-Chul Seo)
- Intro to Stats in Media Research (Dr. Andrew Weaver)
- Content Analysis (Dr. Danielle Kilgo)
- Media Theory (Dr. Stephanie DeBore & Dr. Suzannah Comfort)
- Applied Social Science Research Methods to Media (Dr. Rob Potter)
- Children and Media (Dr. Nicole Martins)
Computer Skills #
- Python (Mostly for data visualization; Altair, Seaborn, Matplotlib, Pandas, Numpy)
- Website building using Hugo