Dr SU YIN HTUN is a professor from Law Faculty of the University of Mandalay. Her working experience in education has been 17 years long as she was appointed as a tutor in 2005. She performs academic responsibilities such as a member of Departmental QA Committee, Steering Committee for LLM and PhD, Departmental Research Committee, IQA Team, Ethical Research Committee, and University of Mandalay Interim Council. She achieved PhD in 2016 from the University of Mandalay, Myanmar. Her teaching and research areas are Human Rights Law, Constitutional & Administrative Law and Environmental Law.
In her professional journey, she has received Research Fellowship at Raoul Wallenberg Institute in Sweden in 2015, Research Fellowship at Central European University in Hungary in 2016, US-ASEAN Fulbright Scholarship at Columbia University in US in 2018, ASLI Research Fellowship at National University of Singapore in 2019, and IIE Scholar Rescue Fund Award in 2021. She published human rights articles in national and international publications. She oversaw several research projects with her students on topics such as citizenship, human trafficking, and political rights. Despite having 17 years of teaching experience, she was fired from her job due to her participation in CDM (civil disobedience movement). She is now a freelance researcher and teaches online for free as a form of charity for her country.