Zhong Binglin, male, Han nationality, is a native of Beijing. He was born in 1951 and graduated from Southeast University in 1977. Zheng received a Master's Degree in engineering from the University in 1987 and obtained a Doctorate in philosophy from Wales University in the United Kingdom.
While studying in the United Kingdom, Zhong returned to China twice. He served as first the deputy chief and later the chief of the mechanical engineering department of Southeast University. In 1994, Zhong again came back to China and was appointed as a Doctorate tutor and vice-president of the university.
Zhong was made a member of the CPPCC Jiangsu Province in 1996 and later became an officer in the higher education division of the State Education Commission. Two years later, in 1998, he went to serve as a higher education division officer in the Ministry of Education.
Beginning in the 1980s, Zhong has analyzed quality engineering studies of mechanical equipment operating modes. He participated in eight projects of the National Natural Science Foundation, two projects from the National 863 High-Tech Foundation, and two projects from the returnee research funds of the State Education Commission.
In 2001, Zhong became the president of Beijing Normal University.
|2001—||President, Beijing Normal University Beijing Municipality|
|1994||Graduate, University of Wales United Kingdom, Wales (Received Doctorate in Philosophy)|
|1987||Graduate, Southeast China University (Received Master's Degree in Engineering)|
|1977||Graduate, Southeast China University|