- 校友大使計劃 Alumni Ambassador Scheme
- Invitation to Participate in Liberal Arts Education Experience Survey
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!
Mr. Leping Mou, a PhD candidate in the Higher Education program at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto, would like to invite alumni of Lingnan University who graduated from 2010 to 2019, with a bachelor’s degree, to participate in his PhD dissertation research on liberal arts education in East Asia. The research topic is “Cultivating Whole Persons through Liberal Arts Education : A Case Study of Three Universities in Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan”. The research involves a survey in which your feedback is of crucial importance.
It is much appreciated if you could fill in the survey on or before 31 May 2020 (Sunday). Respondents who complete the entire questionnaire will have a chance to participate in a random drawing of 30 prizes (Starbucks e-Gift Card of HK$100).
For the survey, please visit https://surveys.oise.utoronto.ca/surveyviewer2/index.php?surveyID=S5DAU.
For more details about the research and survey, please visit https://www.ln.edu.hk/f/upload/48457/Invitation%20to%20participation%20_Survey_2.pdf and https://www.ln.edu.hk/f/upload/48365/Participation%20in%20Online%20Survey%20Consent%20Form_Mr%20Mou_2.pdf.
LU and National Chengchi University (NCCU) in Taiwan will jointly launch a Dual Doctoral Degree Programme in September 2020. Graduates of the programme will be awarded the degrees of Doctor of Policy Studies from LU and PhD of Education Policy/Administration from NCCU.
Organised by the Lingnan Entrepreneurship Initiative, the Department of Visual Studies and the Science Unit, the 36-hour Virtual Hack COVID-19 was held online between 17 and 18 April.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and big data technologies have been crucial in containing COVID-19 in many aspects, from using the visualization of epidemic information and spatial tracking of confirmed cases, to predictions of regional transmission.
This can go further than medical applications to achieve an immediate social impact, as proven by Prof Paulina Wong, Assistant Professor of Lingnan University’s Science Unit.