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2020 QS World University Rankings:
2nd in Asia & 16th in the World in Education
16 awards won at the International Invention Innovation Competition in Canada in 2020
EdUHK researchers engaged in 191 ongoing and newly approved projects, supported by about HK$150 million from the Research Grants Council and other funding bodies
Role of Informal Digital Learning of English (IDLE) in Hong Kong university students’ perceptions of English as an International Language (EIL)
Design of visible-light-driven photoelectrocatalytic system with high adsorption capacity and removal efficiency as a new route for the ambient reduction of NOx to N2
23 Jan 2021
09:30 - 12:00
Seminars: "Hi Ching: Do You Speak Chinglish Or Kongish?" and "Our Beliefs About The English Languages, And Why Do They Matter?"
30 Jan 2021
09:30 - 12:00
Seminars: "What Makes The Good Language Learner Stand Out: An Exploration Of Learning Strategies" and "A Multimodal Composing Approach To Language Teaching: What, Why, And How"
06 Feb 2021
09:30 - 12:00
Seminars: "CLIL: What Is It, Why Is It Important And How To Bring It To Your Classroom?" and "Pride In Prejudice: Teachers’ Beliefs About Minoritised Languages"
Professor Keith Ho Wing-kei was included in the “Highly Cited Researchers 2020” list released by Clarivate Analytics. The list charts the world’s top researchers who have demonstrated significant and broad influence, reflected in their publication of multiple papers...
Professor Keith Ho Wing-kei
Professor, Department of Science and Environmental Studies
Dr Hung Keung received two Merit Awards at the DFA Design for Asia Awards 2020 for two creative art projects: “Circular Reflection: Participatory Interactive Experiential Design (Interactive Art)” and “Where to go? Where to come from? V.4.0 (Digital Moving Images)”.
Dr HUNG, Keung
Associate Professor, Department of Cultural and Creative Arts
Co-edited by Dr Alex He Jingwei, Journal of Asian Public Policy was recently promoted to the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI)...
Dr Alex He Jingwei
Associate Head and Associate Professor, Department of Asian and Policy Studies
In recognition of his significant contributions to the Journal of Time Series Analysis, Professor Li Wai-keung was selected as a Distinguished Author in 2020, based on publications appearing in Volumes 1–40 inclusive.
Professor Li Wai-keung
Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
Dr James Lam Chung-wah won the Second-class Award in the Natural Science category in the Higher Education Outstanding Scientific Research Output Awards (Science and Technology) 2019. Presented by the Ministry of Education, this prestigious award recognises outstanding breakthroughs in scientific research and technological innovations nationwide.
Dr James Lam
Assistant Professor, Department of Science and Environmental Studies
Dr Pei Qing won the Second-class Award in the Natural Science category in the Higher Education Outstanding Scientific Research Output Awards (Science and Technology) 2019. The prestigious award, presented by the Ministry of Education, recognises outstanding breakthroughs in scientific research and technological innovations nationwide.
Dr Pei Qing
Assistant Professor, Department of Social Sciences
Never give up, and stay positive and open-minded
Professor Frederick Ma Si-hang will step down as EdUHK Council Chairman at the end of December 2020. He recently shared with Education-plus his insights...
Learning beyond grades
Whilst examination subject areas such as humanities, languages, mathematics and sciences remain important, there is an increasing recognition...
AI education for the future
EdUHK is working on two AI-related initiatives, empowering student teachers to ready schoolchildren for current and future computer technology...
Cross-nation study: is bribery worth the risk?
Every $1 handed out in bribes can result in a $6-$9 increase in a firm’s value, relative to the overall stock market. However, those benefits decrease in places where citizens are well-informed...
Useful parenting tips in small doses
The University has launched ‘Take a SIP’, a series of short videos on science-informed parenting...