Two UM Professors Appointed as External Peer Reviewers by Social Sciences in China

Of the first group of three external peer reviewers from Hong Kong and Macao appointed by the Social Sciences in China, two are from the University of Macau (UM), namely Prof. Zeng Lingliang, Dean of the Faculty of Law, and Prof. Zhu Shoutong, Postgraduate Program Coordinator from the Department of Chinese, a reflection of the recognition of UM’s influence in the field of social sciences and humanities.

Being the highest-level, most authoritative and influential academic publication in the field of philosophy, social sciences and humanities, Social Sciences in China organized first group of external peer reviewers. This news was shown in Newspaper of Chinese Social Science, which is the first national newspaper that focuses on philosophical and social sciences studies ever since the foundation of the People’s Republic of China. At its opening ceremony held in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on 1st July, the list of the first group of external peer reviewers consisting of 246 experts was released. Prof. Zeng Lingliang, Dean of the Faculty of Law of UM, and Prof. Zhu Shoutong, Postgraduate Program Coordinator from the Department of Chinese of UM, were both on the list.

External reviewers on this list are mostly prominent domestic scholars specializing in social sciences studies. Of the three appointed external reviewers from Hong Kong and Macao, two are from UM, a reflection of the recognition of UM’s influence in the field of social sciences and humanities.

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Left: Prof. Zeng Lingliang, Dean of the Faculty of Law, UM

Right: Prof. Zhu Shoutong, Postgraduate Program Coordinator from the Department of Chinese, UM

Released on 2009-07-06 17:15

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