Faculty Knowledge Exchange Awards 2011
Most faculties have introduced Faculty Knowledge Exchange (KE) Award this year in order to recognize the faculty's outstanding KE accomplishment that has made demonstrable economic, social or cultural impacts to benefit the community, business/industry, or partner organizations.
The following colleagues have won the Faculty KE Awards of their respective faculties in 2011:
- Faculty of Architecture:
Mr Weijen WANG
for the "2007-08 Hong Kong-Shenzhen Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism" project
- Faculty of Arts:
Dr Joe Y F LAU
for the "Critical Thinking Web: Opencourseware on Critical Thinking, Logic and Creativity"
- Faculty of Business and Economics:
Asia Case Research Centre
for the "Development and Distribution of Business Case Studies on Asian Organizations"
- Faculty of Dentistry:
Dr Chun Hung CHU and team members: Professor Edward C M LO, Dr Xiao Li GAO, Mr Alex Man Him CHAU, Ms Ivy Di WU, Ms Emily Ming JIANG and Mr Marcus Ho Tak FUNG
for the "Promoting Oral Health of Hong Kong Preschool Children through Educating their Parents and Kindergarten Teachers" project
- Faculty of Education:
Dr Dorothy F P NG
for the "HKU Cantonese Opera Education Research and Promotion Project"
- Faculty of Engineering:
Professor David W L CHEUNG and the Center for E-Commerce Infrastructure Development (CECID)
for the "ebXML Message Gateway Hermes and B2B Connector" project
- Faculty of Law:
Ms Amanda WHITFORT
for the "Review of Animal Welfare Legislation in Hong Kong"
- Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine:
Professor Yu Lung LAU and team members: Dr Tsz-Leung LEE, Dr Hok-Kung HO and Dr So-Lun LEE
for "A Series of Books on Important Paediatric Diseases for the Public"
- Faculty of Social Sciences:
Professor Connie S H HO
for the "READ & WRITE: A Jockey Club Learning Support Network" project
Individual faculties have the flexibility to decide whether to conduct a Faculty KE Award exercise in a particular year, taking into account the faculty's KE developments.
My heartiest congratulations to all the colleagues concerned on their achievements in KE.
Professor Paul Tam
Director, Knowledge Exchange Office