Professor Dr Thida Tun is Head of Political Science and International Relations department at the University of Mandalay (UM) in Myanmar. She got a BA in 1991, MA in 1997 and PhD in 2007 from UM. The topic of PhD dissertation is The Role of National Unity in the Constitutional Development of Myanmar (1947/1974). In 2013, she participated in the Summer Institute “Higher Education Leadership for Tomorrow” at the University of Hong Kong, in 2015 as a visiting research fellow at Central European University (CEU) in Hungary, and in 2017 at CEU summer course: Student Centered Learning in European Universities. She is Chair of Internal Quality Assurance Committee at UM and participated in the AUN-QA workshops and trainings in Berlin (Germany) and Siem Reap (Cambodia) and Bangkok (Thailand). Her research interests are Peace Process in Myanmar, Foreign Policy and Comparative Constitutions. In November 2018, she was invited for Visiting Professor at Tallin University, Asian Studies department in Estonia. Now, she is conducting the research on Myanmar’s Integration in ASEAN, Federalism, Comparative Constitutions and Peace Process in Myanmar. Currently, she is one of the government representatives at the 21st Century Panglong Conference.