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  • Knowledge Enhancement

    [UG] Webinar - What is meant by empathy? How does it work with senior citizens?

    22 SEP 2020
    [UG] Webinar - What is meant by empathy? How does it work with senior citizens?

    Hall Fellow – Resident Connect Series (FeRe):
    Webinar - What is meant by empathy? How does it work with senior citizens? - Delivered by Dr. Kenny CHUI. 

    What and how is the best way to interact with senior citizens in social services? What is the meaning and implication to us in developing an ageing-friendly city? Do your care and concern is a kind of "empathy" or "sympathy"? 
    Let's join the CCL-recognised Webinar to enter a new era of ageing. All HKBU students are welcome.

    Date
    22 Sep 2020 (Tuesday)
    Time
    7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
    Venue
    Zoom Webinar
    Application Deadline
    20 September 2020 (Sunday)
  • Campus Life

    Welcome to the Halls! Take 5 minutes to complete two mandatory surveys

    Welcome to the Halls! Take 5 minutes to complete two mandatory surveys

    Please take 5 minutes to complete two surveys on Hall life education and What is sexual harassment.

    All residents of 2020-21 are required to complete them, including returning residents.

  • Accommodation

    [UG] Hall Life Education Team - Office at S1902!!

    01 SEP 2020 - 31 AUG 2021
    [UG] Hall Life Education Team - Office at S1902!!

    The Office of the Hall Life Education Team is located at S1902 (19/F, South Tower).

    You can meet your Resident Community Officer and Student Affairs Officers for more information on Hall Life Education at the Undergraduate Halls. 

  • Campus Life

    [UG] Halls Think Tank Award (HTT)

    01 SEP 2020 - 05 MAR 2021
    [UG] Halls Think Tank Award (HTT)

    Pitch your idea to win a HK$10,000 award! 

    The Undergraduate Halls (Halls) aims to provide a safe and comfortable living and learning environment conducive to whole-person development of all local and non-local students.  The Halls Think Tank Award (HTT) is a platform that invites residents to work in groups and propose innovative and practical resident-oriented ideas to improve hall life experience of residents.  The idea could cover any topics related to hall life including hall life education, administration and infrastructure, etc.

    Programme Period
    1 Sep 2020 - 5 Mar 2021
  • Campus Life

    [UG] Resident Initiative Award (RIA)

    01 SEP 2020 - 31 MAR 2021
    [UG] Resident Initiative Award (RIA)

    Residents of the Undergraduate Halls (Halls) are encouraged to organise programmes that promote the development dimensions of Hall Life Education at the Halls.  The programmes should be targeted to current Halls residents and arranged on or off-campus. The development dimensions are Residents’ Bondedness, Community Engagement, Personal Enrichment and Green & Health Mindfulness. (For details of the four dimensions: https://sa.hkbu.edu.hk/sas/hle/page/detail/7281). Successful applicants can receive up to HK$5,000 to run the programme.

     

    Programme Period
    Sep 2020 - Mar 2021