e-bulletin (Issue 100) - 15 Nov 2017

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15 Nov 2017 (Issue 100)

The Million Dollar Matching Challenge fundraising campaign is in full swing. Donate now to support the OUHK Jockey Club Institute of Healthcare development project and match Council Chairman Mr Michael Wong’s $1 million contribution.

OUHK Off-campus Information Booth

Date: 15–17 November (Wed–Fri)
Time: 8:00 am–9:00 pm
Venue: MTR Hong Kong Station (paid concourse)

Date: 20–23 November (Mon–Thur)
Time: 8:00 am–9:00 pm
Venue: MTR Kwun Tong Station (near Exits B & D)

On 2 Dec (Sat), visitors can explore their preferred disciplines and learning modes in programme information sessions, listen to alumni sharing, meet with OUHK teaching staff, browse through learning materials and get advice on course selection, credit exemption and financial assistance.

Free round-trip shuttle bus service between MTR Kowloon Tong Station Exit D (To Fuk Road) and OUHK available on event day.

On 18 Nov (Sat), renowned Cantonese opera musician Mr Chu Hing-cheung will illuminate on the tradition, improvisation and transformation of the art alongside guest host Mr Wong Sing-chuen and guest performer Mr Wong Sing-kwan.

Prof. Julie Holledge from Flinders University, Australia will give a public lecture on ‘Ibsen and Acting: Reading Subjective Interiority through the Performing Body’ on 28 Nov (Tue).

Dr Maggie Koong, who has just been awarded Honorary University Fellowship, will talk about 'The Joy of Teaching and Learning in Kindergartens' on 30 Nov (Thu).

The conference, themed ‘Competing in an Innovation-Driven Global Economy: Institutions, Infrastructures, and Organization Design’, will take place on 13–15 Dec (Wed–Fri).
Campus Updates

Undergraduate students from different programmes share their fruitful lives at the OUHK including their experiences during studies, competitions, internships and overseas exchanges, to name but a few.

Honorary University Fellowships were conferred on Dr Maggie Koong May-kay, Dr Samuel Lam Pak-nin, Prof. Nora Tam Fung-yee and Dr Samson Tam Wai-ho on 3 Nov.

The gift was to support the development of the Jockey Club Institute of Healthcare. To thank the Group, the University named Jockey Club Campus' Multi-purpose Hall 'Agile Sports Hall' on 4 Nov.
Programme Info
Our business programmes are recognized by leading local and international professional bodies
(Only Chinese info available)
Next test on 15–18 Mar 2018, preparation course now open (only Chinese info available)
Open for Learning

• Total Water Management in Hong Kong: From 3 taps to 6 taps (view online)
• Why is Assessment Literacy Important? And to whom?
• The Secret Rules of Modern Living: Algorithms
Alumni Corner

The November issue of Alumni Linkage is out! Alumni are welcome to share their latest news and moves with the alumni community.

查詢 Enquiries: 2711 2100 info@ouhk.edu.hk