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Dr. Pichamon May Yeophantong
BAS Class of 2006
PhD at the Australian National University , Department of International Relations

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Dr. Pichamon May Yeophantong Research Scholar, Oxford University and Post-doctoral Fellow, Princeton University BAS Class of 2006 Dr. Pichamon May Yeophantong completed her PhD at the Australian National University (ANU) as an inaugural ANU China Institute Scholarship recipient in the Department of International Relations, School of International, Political and Strategic Studies. Prior to this, she completed her MA (ANU) in International Relations (First-Class Honours with High Distinction) as a Hedley Bull Scholar, having graduated earlier from the British and American Studies programme with First-Class Honours and King Bhumipol University Medal (4.00GPA). Dr. Yeophantong has been a Visiting Lecturer in the BAS programme, and a Tutor in the ANU’s Graduate Studies in International Affairs programme. She has also held visiting positions at Peking University, National Taiwan University, and Chulalongkorn University. Currently, she is a Research Scholar in the Global Economic Governance programme at University College, Oxford, and in 2013, will be a Post-doctoral Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University. “It was during my time in the BAS programme that my love for learning became truly ingrained. The lecturers and administrative staff were always very helpful and attentive to students’ needs, while the comprehensive nature of the courses offered – with electives ranging from literature and history to government and global affairs – provided me with the necessary foundation for my postgraduate studies in comparative politics, history and international relations.”

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