Join the “Programme Exploration Days for JUPAS Applicants 2020”!
The Faculty of Arts will host interactive live sessions from 26 to 28 May 2020 for JUPAS applicants 2020, you can have a better understanding of our programmes before finalising your JUPAS choices.
CUHK Faculty of Arts hosted a series of public online lectures in April and May, under the theme “Arts and Humanities in the Face of Global Challenges”, to encourage home learning during the coronavirus pandemic. This series of webinars presented research by a diverse group of scholars from the Faculty. Each speaker brought refreshing and historical perspectives on our contemporary moment, either directly or through reflection. Together, these public events spoke for the value and relevance of humanities scholarship at a time when we face profound global challenges.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Lam Weng Cheong, Assistant Professor of the Department of Anthropology and Department of History, has received the SCGE Exemplary Teaching Award in General Education 2019 in recognition of his outstanding contribution to course design, teaching and learning activities, and tutelage in the General Education courses. Professor Lam has been highly acclaimed as a teacher with an “impressive teaching philosophy” by the Senate Committee on General Education.
In order to help students better understand archaeology, Professor Lam adopts various teaching tools to engage students and stimulate their interests in learning, he particularly includes field trips in his courses to expand students’ awareness and create further interests towards the study of human cultures.
The Chinese University of Hong Kong hosts the “Class Acts” CUHK Online Talk Series for students with new schedule. The sixth talk presented by Professor Ian Morley, Department of History of CUHK on the theme of “City Development and Urban History” will be broadcasted on 29 April. The online talks will be presented by CUHK scholars and uploaded to YouTube and CUTV website. All staff, students and alumni are welcome to join the talks.
Topic: City Development and Urban History
Date and Time: 29 April (Wed) 4:00 p.m.
Speaker: Prof. Ian MORLEY, Department of History
We are delighted to announce that Professor Eli Sorensen (Department of English) is awarded the Luce East Asia Fellowship and will be in residence at the National Humanities Center from Sept-Dec 2020. His research will be looking at the genre of Korean adoption autobiographies, examining key topics within the literature such as the origin of international adoption, looking for roots, human rights and future perspectives. The project aims to both contextualise and contribute to the ongoing contemporary debate on international adoption through the perspectives of the adoptees themselves.
This award is a first for CUHK and a fantastic opportunity for Prof. Sorensen. Hearty congratulations from the Faculty on his fellowship!