Ming Xie is an assistant professor at the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice, West Texas A&M University beginning in the fall 2020. She earned her Ph.D. on Public Administration from the University of Nebraska-Omaha and a Ph.D. on Cultural Anthropology from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Her research interests focus on nonprofit and public management, organizational communication, civil society, intercultural communication, information technology, and emergency management. Her dissertation project examines the social construction of accountability by Chinese environmental nonprofit organizations.
Her expertise and skills:
ARNOVA Early Scholar Section Leadership At-Large Member
Academic research; qualitative research methods; critical thinking and writing.
Social media analysis such as Meltwater, NodeXL, Google analytics.
Able to fluently speak, write, and understand English and Chinese.
Adept at interacting effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Proficient with Windows systems. Experience with Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint.