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Vice-Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award
Vice-Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award 2000
The Vice-Chancellor's Exemplary Teaching Award Scheme was launched in the year 1999 to give recognition to outstanding teachers. Every year, each Faculty can nominate at least one teacher for the award whose performance in teaching is considered excellent in the eyes of students and other teaching staff. The award serves not only as a recognition of the contributions of the awardees in the area of teaching, but also reflects the University's commitment to providing quality education.
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Professor Lo Wai-luen
Department of Chinese Language and Literature
Faculty of Arts
Professor Lo Wai-luen

Professor Cheung Wai-hung Gordon Professor Cheung Wai-hung Gordon
Department of Management
Faculty of Business Administration
Quality teaching consists of three elements: transfer of knowledge; inspiring students' learning interests; and acting as a role model for the students.

Professor Lau Siu-ying Patrick
Department of Educational Psychology
Faculty of Education
Professor Lau Siu-ying Patrick
Teaching is a way of life. I believe that with genuineness, empathy and respect, students and I can grow perpetually. I treasure this growing journey.

Professor Lui Chi-shing John Professor Lui Chi-shing John
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
In my view, the most important element for effective teaching is the teacher's attitude. Enthusiasm is often the key.

Professor Chan Ka-leung Francis
Department of Medicine and Therapeutics
Faculty of Medicine
Professor Chan Ka-leung Francis
Teaching students can be a challenge or a nuisance, depending on the attitude taken towards medical education. While there are workshops to improve our teaching skills, it is our enthusiasm rather than our skills, which make a life-long influence on our future doctors.
Professor Chu Ming-chung Professor Chu Ming-chung
Department of Physics
Faculty of Science
Teaching and learning are just two aspects of the same endeavour, in which the teacher and students, working together as partners, strive for intellectual and personal growth.

Professor Leung Wai-yin Kenneth
School of Journalism and Communication
Faculty of Social Science
Professor Leung Wai-yin Kenneth
I love teaching because it allows me to help young men and women to learn, grow and mature through the awesome experience of exploring new frontiers of knowledge, discovering their own weaknesses, strengths and potentials, and fathoming the mysteries of love and life. There are times of disappointment and frustration, yet they are certainly ecstatic and satisfying.
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