Weibing Ye is an Assistant Teaching Professor and the Chinese program coordinator in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures. He also teaches and serves as the REsident Director for the Notre Dame summer intensive program in Beijing during the summer time. He specializes in second language acquisition, educational technology and teacher training. He was the recipient of the Joyce award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in 2020, the Ursula Williams Fellowship, 2017, and the Outstanding Service Award from the Center for the Study for Languages & Cultures, 2016.
Weibing is the co-author of Chinese for Foreign Diplomats (2011). His current research interests encompass second language acquisition, language assessment, study abroad program management, application o technology in language education, and Business Chinese. He has received the Provost's Learning Initiative Grant, 2019, the Digital Learning Research Grant from the Center for Research Computing, 2018, and the Digital Learning Initiatives Grant from the Office of Digital Learning, 2017 to apply VR and AI technologies in language education.
Prior to joining Notre Dame, Weibing taught at Williams College, the University of Mississippi, and the Inter-University Program at Tsinghua University (Beijing, China), as well as in the Princeton and Harvard intensive summer programs. He also coordinated the Chinese Flagship Summer Intensive Program at the University of Mississippi (2013, 2014).