Lin Zhou

Assistant Teaching Professor


Lin Zhou, serving as an Assistant Teaching Professor within the Northeastern University Global Program, excels in blending technology with pedagogy. Specializing in computer-assisted learning, mobile device-assisted instruction, and the exciting realm of AI-assisted learning, Zhou is also a pioneer in merging augmented reality with game design for educational purposes. Her innovation in this space came to light during her PhD studies at the University of Hawai'i, where she developed a game-supported critical writing course. This course, uniquely integrating game design and augmented reality, provided second-language learners an immersive experience to explore socio-political themes. 

With a wealth of experience collaborating with international students, Zhou has tailored her methods to effectively address the needs of diverse student backgrounds. Her drive to innovate led her to establish a language center during her PhD years, showcasing her entrepreneurial spirit. Currently advancing her skills, Zhou is an MBA candidate at D’Amore McKim Business School.

In every step of her academic journey, Zhou champions the fusion of traditional teaching techniques with contemporary technological advancements. With a steadfast commitment to modernizing education, she ensures students are well-equipped to thrive in a dynamic, interconnected academic landscape. 


PhD from University of Hawaii at Manoa (2020)