Author Archives: Gray Kochhar-Lindgren

About Gray Kochhar-Lindgren

Gray Kochhar-Lindgren is Professor and Director of the Common Core at the University of Hong Kong. Prior to this position, he served as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Learning and Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at the University of Washington, Bothell, where he oversaw, among other programs, Community-Based Learning and Research, Global Initiatives, and the Student Success Center. With a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies from Emory University, Gray is the author of Narcissus Transformed; Starting Time; TechnoLogics; Night Café; Philosophy, Art, and the Specters of Jacques Derrida; and Kant in Hong Kong: Walking, Thinking, and the City. The recipient of two teaching awards, Gray has taught in Switzerland, Germany, and the United States, and, in 2009-10, served as a Fulbright Scholar in General Education at the Hong Kong America Center and the University of Hong Kong, where he also held, from 2010-13, an Honorary Professorship at the Centre for Humanities and Medicine.

Transdisciplinary Facilitators

You may have noticed: the professoriate is changing. As I’ve moved through different institutions in the US, Germany, and now Hong Kong, I have been observing, reading, and thinking about what recommendations to make to younger colleagues about their preparations … Read More »

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