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OPEM, combining knowledge of psychology and management within the education context, fits my career choice perfectly.

LIU Shuning    | Master of Social Sciences in Organisational Psychology and Education Management

News

May 202117
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May 202117
Lingnan University organises International Symposium: Re-imagining African agency in China-Africa Relations in hybrid mode to drive scholarly debates worldwide

May 202114
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May 202114
In this video, Prof Lau Chi Pang discusses his lead project, The Jockey Club ICH+ Innovative Heritage Education Programme, designed to preserve, promote, redefine and revitalise the intangible cultural heritage in Hong Kong for a greater audience.

May 202113
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May 202113
Lingnan scholars present at the annual conference of the Centre for Global Higher Education at the University of Oxford

May 202107
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May 202107
How can educators make the world a better place for children in the long term? Hear insights from Prof Stefan Kuhner, Lingnan University in our Impact With Care video.

May 202103
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May 202103
Research on the economic costs of occupational stress in the Asian context remains scarce. Hear insights from Prof Siu Oi-ling in her Chair Professor webinar on 11 May. For event details, please visit: https://LN.edu.hk/sgs/chair-professor-research-sharing-webinar-06

Events

Event Highlights

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May 202117
May 202117
Highlights of 5th Chair Professor Research Sharing Webinar - The COVID test for political systems

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May 202111
May 202111
Higher education leadership at a time of health crisis and technological change

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May 202104
May 202104
Hong Kong’s early cinema screen culture can be seen as a microcosm of the territory’s colonial history, Prof Emilie Yeh said in her Chair Professor seminar. Read the highlights: https://LN.edu.hk/sgs/chair-professor-research-sharing-webinar-04-highlights