e-bulletin (Issue 131) - 10 Jun 2020

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10 Jun 2020 (Issue 131)
19 Jun (Fri) 3:00-4:00 pm

Research Assistant Professor Dr Grand Cheng will discuss the findings of his research on specific volunteering acts of Singaporeans aged 50-59.
24 Jun (Wed) 2:00-3:00 pm

The programme, a joint offer of the Computing Department of the School of Science and Technology and the Creative Arts Department of the School of Arts and Social Sciences, aims to train computing professionals specializing in interactive entertainment and user experience design.

24 Jun (Wed) 10:00 pm

Find out about our programme offerings, entry requirements, Global Immersion Programme, internship and exchange opportunities, and more.
26 Jun (Fri) 5:00-6:30 pm

Distinguished Professor Prof. Jeannette Littlemore will report findings from a study investigating how people who have experienced pregnancy loss use metaphor to make sense of their experience, and how the research team has worked with relevant professions to improve the care they offer bereaved parents in light of the findings.
2–4 Jul (Thu–Sat)

Over 100 participants from over 20 countries will share their relevant research and good practices as modes of learning and teaching are becoming more open and innovative in terms of time, space, curriculum contents, organization, pedagogical methods, infrastructure and requirements.
Programme Info
Campus Updates
Edgar NG Lap-hei, BA (Hons) Creative Writing and Film Arts 2016, receives recognition for his achievement in Cantonese opera at the 14th Hong Kong Arts Development Awards.
SAO hosted a successful Summer Carnival to welcome back full-time students on 25 May-5 Jun, then extended it for two weeks into a 2.0 version (8-19 Jun).
Knowledge for All

• Fintech: Shaping the Future Economy (Dr Andrew Wat) (view online) [Cantonese]
• Chinese Medicine Hospital and Chinese Medicine Nursing in Hong Kong (Dr Cheung Wai-lun) [Cantonese]
• The Innovation Imperative: Being Strategic and Entrepreneurial in the New Normal [English]
Alumni Corner

Alumni are welcome to share their latest news and moves with the alumni community.


The 'Cheer You Up' WhatsApp Design Campaign organized by the Alumni Affairs Office, Public Affairs Unit, received over 110 submissions from alumni and students. 36 designs have been shortlisted and are now ready for download!

Enquiries: 2711 2100 info@ouhk.edu.hk