Teaching & Learning

Teaching & Learning

It’s a Numbers Game
It’s a Numbers Game 
(From left) Prof. Kenneth Leung, Mr. Malinda Abeynayake, and Mr. Joel Yu recognized for their dedication in designing and teaching exemplary common core courses.
(From left) Prof. Kenneth Leung, Mr. Malinda Abeynayake, and Mr. Joel Yu recognized for their dedication in designing and teaching exemplary common core courses. 
HKUST hosts the first meta press conference of the local higher education sector. Media are invited to tour around the virtual campus of HKUST(GZ), which will soon be open in September.
HKUST hosts the first meta press conference of the local higher education sector. Media are invited to tour around the virtual campus of HKUST(GZ), which will soon be open in September. 
Reimagining the Future of Learning
(From right) Carol Chan, a final year HKUST student studying International Research Enrichment (Physics), Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions at HKUST, and Ben Chak, a Year 2 HKUST Computer Science and Engineering student.
(From right) Carol Chan, a final year HKUST student studying International Research Enrichment (Physics), Prof. Emily Nason, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions at HKUST, and Ben Chak, a Year 2 HKUST Computer Science and Engineering student. 
HKUST postgraduate student Iain Lam uses VR technology and “play to learn” approach to help primary and secondary students with learning difficulties. In the immersive VR learning environment, SEN students, who may be easily distracted in a traditional classroom, are able to focus for at least 20 minutes and complete required tasks.
HKUST postgraduate student Iain Lam uses VR technology and “play to learn” approach to help primary and secondary students with learning difficulties. In the immersive VR learning environment, SEN students, who may be easily distracted in a traditional classroom, are able to focus for at least 20 minutes and complete required tasks. 
(From left) Bioengineering undergraduate students Cheng Ting-Kai, Minato Kobashi, and Mark Alexander Ngai won the Gold Award of HKUST President’s Cup 2022.
(From left) Bioengineering undergraduate students Cheng Ting-Kai, Minato Kobashi, and Mark Alexander Ngai won the Gold Award of HKUST President’s Cup 2022. 
Excellence in Research and Innovation
(From left) PhD student Melody Chung Jin-Teng and alumnus Chong Bor-Hung.
(From left) PhD student Melody Chung Jin-Teng and alumnus Chong Bor-Hung. 
Why HKUST?
Prof. Wang Yu-Hsing considers students’ happiness to be his greatest achievement.
Prof. Wang Yu-Hsing considers students’ happiness to be his greatest achievement. 
Prof. Ying Chau enjoys sharing her experience with young people, and witnessing how her work helps them make a greater impact on society.
Prof. Ying Chau enjoys sharing her experience with young people, and witnessing how her work helps them make a greater impact on society. 
From Eye Health Research to Expanding Horizons
An illustration of a blockchain
An illustration of a blockchain 
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