Professor Albert Lee Wai-ming receives the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Service and Dr Ken Leung Cham-fai receives the Faculty Performance Award for Outstanding Performance in Teaching
The five winners of the President's Award for Outstanding Performance (from left) Professor Albert Lee, Dr Glos Ho, Professor Cheung Siu-yin, Professor Cheah Kok-wai, and Dr Byron Choi
The University presented today (29 April) the President’s Award for Outstanding Performance to five academic or teaching staff to recognise their brilliant performance in teaching or research, promoting excellence in performance standards and encouraging colleagues to make greater achievements. For details on the five award recipients, please visit: http://paward.hkbu.edu.hk/2016.
President’s Award for Outstanding Performance in Service
Professor Albert Lee Wai-ming, Chair Professor of the Department of Chemistry
Professor Roland Chin, President and Vice-Chancellor, congratulated the award winners. He said that professors and teachers are the soul of a university; they create, disseminate, transmit and apply knowledge, as well as serve as a role model to inspire students and the public. He commended the awardees, saying each one of them is “the best of the best” and represent HKBU by fulfilling these roles superbly and contributing their best to teaching, research and service.
On the same occasion, Professor Franklin Luk, Vice-President (Academic), presented the Faculty/School Performance Award and the General Education Teaching Award to 10 academic and teaching staff.
Faculty/School Performance Award in Teaching
Dr Ken Leung Cham-fai, Assistant Professor of the Department of Chemistry
A Selection Committee chaired by the President and Vice-Chancellor with members comprising the Vice-President (Academic), the Vice-President (Research and Development) and representatives of academic and teaching staff evaluated every single nomination against the selection criteria of each award before deciding on the award recipients.
from HKBU eNews