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Alumni Activities

The 2016 Summer Internship Program is the second project that is launched under the Linganian Partnership Scheme.  It will be jointly organized by Lingnan University Alumni Association Hong Kong (LUAA) and Lingnan University to line up internship partners and students of high calibre.  We are proud that many of our alumni are specialists in different professions, self-employed, or holding senior positions in the commercial world. 

The main objective of this program is to extend Lingnan students’ all-round competence in the real working environment under the leadership and guidance from our experienced alumni. It is expected that this program will motivate more alumni to get in touch with their junior brothers and sisters in Lingnan and, as a result, to unite most if not all Lingnanians to work together for the betterment of Lingnan education and its image. 

27 February, 2016
日期 :

2016年2月27日 (星期六)

時間 :

下午2時至5時

地點 :

香港鴨脷洲利東邨東業樓地下

服務機構 :

香港基督教女青年會鄭傍卿護理安老苑

服務對象 :

1-3月份生日的長者

活動內容 :

為生日的長者舉行生日會

義工名額 :

15名 *(每位校友可帶同最多一名18歲或以上的親友參加此活動)

集合時間和地點 :

下午1時15分 (港鐵紅磡站–具體位置待定) **專車來回接送

義工角色 : 1) 佈置及準備活動物資
    2) 支援活動進行及協助帶領遊戲
    3) 照顧長者參與生日派對
截止報名日期 :

2016年2月12日(星期五)

 

Awards and Achievements

The University’s orientation camps this summer received a number of awards in Friends of the Earth’s Green! O Camp Project.

Campus News
1 December, 2015

Lingnan University organised the Cyber Security and Digital Forensics Conference to arouse public awareness on cyber security and put forward the new concept of incorporating digital forensic as standard corporate governance for enterprises, SMEs, NGOs and other organisations.

8 December, 2015

The International Workshop on Managing Rapid Socio-Economic and Demographic Change: Social Policy Responses in Comparative Perspective, with Lingnan’s Centre for Asian Pacific Studies as one of the co-organisers, was held at Lingnan University on 8 December.

9 December, 2015

A group of scholars and students from Sun Yat-sen University’s Centre for Studies of Hong Kong, Macao and Pearl River Delta and Collaborative Innovation Centre for the Cooperation and Development of Hong Kong, Macao and Mainland China visited Lingnan University from 9 to 11 December for academic exchange.

3 December, 2015
The Centre for Public Policy Studies of Lingnan University and China Institute of Regulation Research of Zhejiang University of Finance and Economics signed a strategic collaboration agreement at Lingnan’s campus on 3 December.
3 December, 2015

The Department of Sociology and Social Policy hosted an international conference entitled “Burma / Myanmar: Taking the Transition to the Next Stage” on 3 December to discuss the latest political and social development of Myanmar.

3 December, 2015

The 2015 Academy of International Business Southeast Asia Regional Conference, co-organised by Lingnan’s Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies and Chapter – Southeast Asia of the Academy of International Business was held during 3-5 December in Penang, Malaysia.

4 December, 2015

Lingnan University hosted the “Identity, Modernity and Culture” International Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference for the Arts on 4 and 5 December, which aims to encourage students to expose themselves to different areas of arts research, and build up their preliminary academic network in East Asia.

Upcoming Events
13 January, 2016
Date : 13 Jan 2016
Time : 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Venue : HSH229, 2/F, Ho Sin Hang Building, Lingnan University
Speaker(s) : Prof Simon Keller, Professor of Philosophy, Victoria University of Wellington
Organiser : Department of Philosophy, Lingnan University
Enquiries : 2616 7488
Website : http://www.ln.edu.hk/philoso/seminar/info/news_1516_2nd_Keller.html
Remarks : - Open to public
    - Language: English

 

19 January, 2016
Date : 19 Jan 2016
Time : 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Venue : Leung Fong Oi Wan Art Gallery, 2/F, Patrick Lee Wan Keung Academic Building, Lingnan University
Organiser : Faculty of Arts, Lingnan University
Website : http://www.ln.edu.hk/arts/poster/prelude16.jpg
Remarks : - Open to public
    - Online registration:
    https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/preludemusic

 

20 January, 2016
Date : 20 Jan 2016 -  3 Feb 2016
Time : 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Venue : Chung Hwa Bookshop, 450 Nathan Road, Yaumatei, Kowloon
Organiser : Chung Hwa Book Co (HK) Ltd
Co-organiser : Centre for Humanities Research, Lingnan University
Enquiries : 2137 2348 / 2137 2322
    (marketing@chunghwabook.com.hk)
Website : http://www.chunghwabook.com.hk/Index/chActivity
Remarks : - Open to public
    - Language: Cantonese

 

22 January, 2016
Date : 22 Jan 2016
Time : 9:00 am - 6:20 pm
Venue : Paul S Lam Conference Centre (AM308), 3/F, Amenities Building, Lingnan University
Co-organiser : Hong Kong Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Study Centre, The Hong Kong Institute of Education and Centre for Asian Pacific Studies, Lingnan University
Enquiries : 2948 7384 / apecsc@ied.edu.hk
Website : http://www.ln.edu.hk/polsci/S220116.jpg
Remarks : - Open to public
    - Language: English

 

26 January, 2016
Date : 26 Jan 2016
Time : 1:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Venue : Lee Hak Kan Multimedia and Language Learning Centre, 2/F, Fong Sum Wood Library, Lingnan University
Organiser : Centre for Asian Pacific Studies of Lingnan University and Centre for Globalisation, Education and Social Futures of University of Bristol
Enquiries : jjiang@ln.edu.hk
Website : http://www.ln.edu.hk/polsci/W260116.jpg
Remarks : - Open to public
    - Language: English

 

28 January, 2016
Date : 28 Jan 2016 -  30 Jan 2016
Time : 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Venue : Hong Kong Baptist University
Organiser : - Centre for Cinema Studies, Lingnan University
    - Hong Kong Baptist University
Co-organiser : - Cinema Human Rights and Advocacy
    - Huston School of Film and Digital Media, National University of Ireland, Galway
Enquiries : 2616 7433 / ys2lee@ln.edu.hk
Website : http://www.ln.edu.hk/ccs/events/w2016/w2016.php
Remarks : - Enrollment: by 20 January 2016 (Fee: HK$250)
    - Language: English

 

Others

The Teaching Excellence Awards Scheme (TEAS) is a biennial event held every other year with the aim to recognize and reward distinguished teachers of Lingnan University who have demonstrated outstanding performance in teaching. This year marks the 11th round of TEAS since its inception in 1996.

Nomination is open and will be closed on the 29 January 2016.   
For enquiries, please contact Teaching and Learning Centre, Ms Carol Chan (Tel: 2616 7576).


New Publications

Lingnan University’s Annual Report 2014/15 published this month summarises the University’s developments in teaching & learning, research and contributions to society in the past year.

The new issue of Lingnan Chronicle features the e-learning project carried out by the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences Prof Wei Xiangdong, which attempted to tackle the urban-rural gap in education and the problem of “left-behind-children” in rural China.

The new book Translation and Academic Journals: The Evolving Landscape of Scholarly Publishing, edited by Prof Sun Yifeng, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Professor, Department of Translation examines the evolving landscape of scholarly publishing.

Lingnan Gardeners Newsletter No.13 is now published.

The Centre for English and Addition Languages’ Newsletter December/January 2015-2016 issue is now published.

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