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HONG LI received her Masters in
Science in 2003 researching microbiology from West China Normal University, Peoples Republic of
China (PRC). Hong then worked with research and management of endangered species including the
“Critically Endangered” Wyoming toad (Bufobaxteri; Memphis Zoo) and Chinese giant salamander (Andrias
davidianus; Xian Institute of Zoology. PRC) and
the giant panda (Ailuropoda
melanoleuca; Shanghai Zoo, Memphis Zoo) resulting
in several publications. Her work with the Chinse giant salamander has been particularly valuable
in article translation for western articles and in international liason. Hong moved to the USA in
2008 and competed a Master of Science in the Executive Program
of Management of Technology (MOT) at thePolytechnic Institute
of New York University, New York, USA. Here she recieved
the Deans Scholarship, and through her work as President of Society for Human Resource
Management and Webmaster of Bulletin Board System of Polytechnic Institute of New York
University the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)