Yung-Yung Chang Headshot


  • Modern Languages and Literatures
  • School

  • School of Arts and Sciences
  • Languages

  • Chinese
  • Yung-Yung Chang has over 7 years of experience in teaching Chinese at post-secondary level in the U.S. As an associate instructor at the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Indiana University Bloomington, she has taught language courses across first- to fifth-year levels. She also teaches drill and lecture sessions across second- and third-year level in the intensive summer language workshop at Indiana University of Bloomington.

    She holds a Master’s Degree in Chinese Pedagogy and she is a Ph.D.. Candidate in Chinese Linguistics from the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the Indiana University of Bloomington. Trained in the field of teaching Chinese as a second language and Chinese Psycholinguistics, she continues to explore and adopt innovative pedagogical approaches in language teaching. Yung-Yung believes that her mission is to assist students to experience diverse cultures, beliefs, and perspectives, enabling them to develop a holistic view of the human person, worldviews, and symbolic systems of communication.