Faculty Development Fellows

 

Faculty Development Fellows

Dr. Pyone Mon Aye is an Assistant Lecturer of the Department of Law at the University of Mandalay. She got LL.B Degree in 2006, LL.M degree in 2009 from Yadanarbon University. She was able to join Master of Research (M.Res) program in which she need to do research for one year to get the degree.  Therefore, in 2010, she obtained M.Res degree with the title of “Legal Protection of Industrial Designs in ASEAN Countries”. She was appointed as a Tutor in 2012 at the University of Mandalay, promoted as an Assistant Lecturer in 2016.She also received her Ph.D degree in 2016 from University of Mandalay. She has joined Curriculum Development program in Myanmar led by CEU in 2015-16. She had participated in Regional Research Initiative on Human Rights organized by Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI). She is also a participant in University Human Rights Education Project in Myanmar sponsored by Open Society Foundation from 2014 to 2017. Her research interests are International Criminal Law, International Human Rights Law and Constitutional Law. Currently, as a CEU research fellow, she intends to study Criminal Justice System and conduct a research focused on juvenile justice system. E-mail: pyonemon15@gmail.com, pyonemonaye@mu.edu.mm.  

Dr Ni Ni Win is an Assistant Lecturer of the Department of Law, University of Mandalay, Myanmar. She was appointed as a Tutor at Taungoo University in 2009, and then promoted as Assistant Lecturer at University of Mandalay. Her work experience on teaching is over eight years. She got the LLB in 2005, LLM in 2007 from Yadanarbon University and PhD in 2016 awarded by University of Yangon. She participated in the internal seminar and international workshops. She presented the papers at the Myanmar Academy of Arts and Science Paper Reading Session and 2nd International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies.  Her PhD dissertation title is “Unfair Competition” which is done within 2011-2016. She has great interested in human rights and business relation especially the rights which consumer can get if they have been infringed by the dishonest undertakings. Since 2014, she has been involved in training and development of e-library project in Myanmar universities. She is a Visiting Research Fellow at the Department of Legal Studies where her research focuses on consumer rights and unfair competition in Myanmar. E-mail: ­­­­­­­niwin2483@gmail.com  

Dr. Min Thaung is a Professor and Head of the Department of International Relations, Dagon University, Yangon, Myanmar. He received his BA (Hons.) (IR) in 1992, MA (IR) (Credit) in 1997, and Ph D (IR) in 2006 from Mandalay University. He started his teaching career at Mandalay University as a Tutor in 1993, as an Assistant Lecturer in 1998, as a Lecturer in 2003 at Mandalay University, upper Myanmar. And he was appointed as an Associate Professor at Yadanabon University, Mandalay in 2009. For the time being, he is undertaking  as a Professor and Head of the International Relations  Department, Dagon University, Yangon, Myanmar since 2011. Under his responsibility of International Relations Department 34 Academic Staff members are working and over 1800 students are attending in post-graduate and under-graduate classes. At present he is a Member of the Senate and the Administrative Board of Dagon University. He is a member of IR Board of Studies and a member of Editorial Board of the Universities Research Journal (URJ) and Dagon University Research Journal (DURJ). He presented research papers in many international  conferences and seminars ( India in 2014, 2016), (China in 2017), and (Myanmar in 2013). His international trainings included American Politics and Culture at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong 1996) and Advanced Security Studies( ASC 16- 1) at the Daniel K. Inouye  Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies (DKI APCSS) in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA in 2016. His research areas include  Myanmar’s Traditional Political Thought, Political Economy of the Industrialization Process of Myanmar, Security Issues of Myanmar, IR Theories,  Security Studies, IPE, and Democracy and Human Right issues.   At present he is working as a member of Think Tank of “Sarpay- Baikman” ( Translation Society), PPE Department, Ministry of Information(MOI) and a member of  the Board of Advisors for the Establishment of Diplomatic Academy,  Strategic Study and Training Department (SSTD), Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA). He is a Visiting Research Fellow at the CEU International Relations Department. E-mail: maungthinn2008@gmail.com