- 《嶺大校友》— 徵稿
- 校友大使計劃 Alumni Ambassador Scheme
- Lingnanian Partnership Scheme - 2020 Summer Internship Programme
- Applying economics to his leading role: Prof Larry Qiu Dongxiao
- LU scholars design self-assessment test for public to tackle emotional stress during coronavirus epidemic
- LU and Tainan National University of the Arts forge an academic partnership
- Gerontech mobile lab reaches out to primary school students for smart ageing
第三十二期《嶺大校友 Lingnan Connections》將於2020年6月出版。一本內容豐富的校友刊物實有賴各位校友的鼎力支持。請不要猶豫，立即與大家分享您的所見所聞及昔日回憶。歡迎校友為下列專欄提供稿件及/或相片：
Alumni Ambassador Scheme aims to strengthen the connection between the University and alumni. It offers alumni a unique opportunity to connect with fellow classmates and make meaningful contributions to the alma mater.
Enthusiastic Alumni Wanted! If you are a graduate of Lingnan University (or its forerunner Lingnan College in Hong Kong since 1967), you can nominate yourself or be nominated by the University departments/offices to be Alumni Ambassador!
The 2020 Summer Internship Program is launched under the Lingnanian 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.
When Prof Larry Qiu Dongxiao (丘東曉) set foot on Lingnan’s Tuen Mun campus on 2 January, his first day as Sydney S.W. Leong Chair Professor of Economics and Head of the Department of Economics, he already had a clear vision and roadmap of how to raise Lingnan and the Department to a higher level.
The recent coronavirus outbreak does not just affect citizens’ physical health. Many people are concerned not only about being infected, but also about shortages of surgical masks, hygiene products and even food, causing them to search frantically for supplies. The long-term harm caused by these negative emotional outbursts may well be more severe than the virus itself. Psychologists and researchers from Lingnan University are giving citizens tips on how to protect themselves against the disease and build up resilience and stay positive so as to fight the epidemic with sufficient psychological capital.
Lingnan University signed an Agreement of Teaching and Student Exchange with Tainan National University of the Arts, Taiwan, on 20 January to facilitate academic exchange and collaboration between both universities over the next three academic years.
Lingnan University set up a mobile gerontechnology lab in Shaukiwan Tsung Tsin School last month to improve the smart ageing understanding and knowledge of primary school students through demonstrations, booth activities and talks.
|Date||:||20 Mar 2020|
|Time||:||9:30 am - 5:30 pm|
|Enquiries||:||2616 8373 / hkibs@LN.edu.hk|
|Speaker(s)||:||Dr Lee George Lam, BBS, Chairman of Hong Kong Cyberport Management Company Limited|
|Prof Witman Hung, JP, National People Congress Deputy; Executive Chairman, Chinese Big Data Society|
|Prof Ivy Yang, Associate Director, Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies, Lingnan University|
|Organiser||:||Hong Kong Institute of Business Studies and Faculty of Business, Lingnan University|
|Registration Deadline: 13 March 2020|
|Registration Link: https://www.ln.edu.hk/sys/regbuilder/registration/Symposium_Innovation_2020|