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Endowed Lectures and Visiting Professors


Endowed Lectureships
Visiting Professorships

Endowed Lectureships


Aw Boon Haw Memorial Lecture


(See Aw Boon Haw Visiting Professor)


Daphne W.C. Chun Lecture

The Lectureship was endowed with a donation from a group of friends, colleagues and former students of Professor Daphne W.C. Chun. A distinguished obstetrician or gynaecologist from another medical centre, or a distinguished scholar in close relation with obstetrics and gynaecology specialty is invited to deliver the Daphne W.C. Chun Lecture.


Digby Memorial Lecture

The Lectureship was endowed with the Digby Memorial Fund.  Distinguished medical and non-medical professionals as well as other prominent personalities are invited by the Board of the Faculty of Medicine to deliver a lecture (or lectures).


Distinguished Lecture in Psychology

The Yang Hsueh Chi Education Fund was established in 2003 to support academic activities in psychology.  Distinguished scholars from overseas are invited to deliver lectures, seminars or workshops in the field of psychology.


Dorothy Collins Visiting Lectureship in Chemistry

The Lectureship was established in 2013 in recognition of the generous donation from the late Mrs Dorothy Ada Collins. Persons of prominence in chemistry are invited to visit the Department of Chemistry to give lectures or seminars and participate in its research activities.


Dr S.T. Huang-Chan Memorial Lecture

The Lectureship, endowed with donations from friends, colleagues and former students of the late Dr S.T. Huang Chan, is used to enable persons of prominence in the field of anatomy or allied subjects to deliver a lecture or series of lectures.


Edmund Blunden Lecture

The Lectureship was established in 1985 with donations from friends and former students of Professor Edmund Blunden, Professor of English from 1953 to 1964.  The Lectureship is used to fund a series of lectures on English Studies or allied subjects, to be known as the Edmund Blunden Lectures, and to be delivered by persons of prominence in the field.


Edward K.Y. Chen Distinguished Lecture Series

The Lecture Series, endowed with donations from former students of Professor Edward K.Y. Chen, was established in 2007 to support academic activities in economics and finance.  Distinguished scholars and business leaders are invited to deliver lectures, seminars or workshops in the fields of economics and finance.


Eric Au Sing Wai Memorial Fund Lectures in the Use of Chinese in Law

In 1993, the Eric Au Sing Wai Memorial Fund Committee endowed a series of lectures in the Use of Chinese in Law in memory of Mr Eric Au for the purpose of sponsoring local scholars, practitioners, and members of the judiciary to give lectures and/or seminars in the field of the Use of Chinese in Law.


Erik Kvan Lectureship

The Erik Kvan Fund, which supports the Erik Kvan Lectureship, was established through donations from friends and former students of Dr Erik Kvan.  Persons of prominence in the fields concerned are invited by the Head of either the Department of Philosophy or the Department of Psychology to deliver a lecture (or lectures) on a topic on the philosophy of mind and/or psychology and/or areas of rehabilitation within psychology.


HKU-Norton Rose Lecture Series in Competition Law

To increase awareness of competition law and to promote the University as a regional research centre of competition law, Norton Rose has committed to donate a total sum of $220,000 during 2009–2013 to support the organization of the ‘HKU-Norton Rose Lecture Series in Cometition Law’, which consists of annual public lectures and seminars by prominent competition law scholars.


Hou Pao Chang Memorial Fund Lecture

The Hou Pao Chang Memorial Fund Lecture was incorporated for the first time at the inaugural Hong Kong Pathology Forum in January 2013. The Lecture was part of the Hou Pao Chang Memorial Fund established by Professor Laurence Hou to commemorate his distinguished father, Professor Hou Pao Chang who was Head of the Department of Pathology between 1948 and 1960.


James Gibson Lecture

The James Gibson Lectures are supported by the James Gibson Fund in memory of the service of Professor James Blackburn Gibson to the University and the community. Persons of prominence in the field of Pathology and related disciplines in laboratory medicine are invited to deliver a lecture (or lectures) on a subject relevant to basic or applied research in malignant diseases.


K.P. Stephen Chang Memorial Lecture

(See K.P. Stephen Chang Visiting Professor)


Lo Yuk Tong Foundation Lecture

The Lectureship was endowed with a donation from Mr Lo Yuk Tong, JP, to commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Hong Kong College of Medicine for Chinese in 1887.  Persons of prominence are invited by the Board of the Faculty of Medicine to deliver a lecture (or lectures) embodying the results of clinical or experimental research related to any branch of medicine.


Lumb Lecture

The Lectureship was established in 1999 with donations from friends and former students and colleagues of the late Professor Peter Lumb, Chair Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering from  1976 to 1986.  Internationally recognized experts in geotechnics are invited to deliver lectures on topics that enhance the practice of geotechnical engineering.  The lecture is organized biennially.


Peter Allan Memorial Lecture in Public Law

The Lectureship, endowed with donations from the legal profession in Hong Kong in memory of the late Peter Allan, a former Crown Solicitor and Commissioner of the ICAC, is used to enable eminent jurists of international stature to deliver lectures in the field of public law.


Peter Hodge Memorial Lecture

The Lectureship, endowed with donations from former students and friends of the late Professor Peter Hodge, is used to invite scholars of prominence to deliver memorial lectures in the field of social work or allied subjects.


Peter Willoughby Memorial Lecture

Peter Willoughby Memorial Fund was established in 2000 to sponsor the memorial lecture in memory of the late Professor Peter Willoughby and his invaluable contribution to the Faculty of Law and legal education in Hong Kong.


Professor R. Gordon Brown Memorial Lectureship

The Lectureship fund was established in 1978 with donations from friends and former students of the late Professor R. Gordon Brown, Professor of Architecture from 1950 to 1957.  The Lectureship is awarded to a person in the field of architecture who is invited by the Head of the Department of Architecture to visit the Department for a period of about two weeks to deliver lectures and to engage in the teaching work of the Department.


Rayson Huang Visiting Lectureships

The Rayson Huang Visiting Lectureships in Music and in Chemistry were established in 1987 through donations from friends and colleagues of Dr Rayson Huang, Vice-Chancellor of the University from 1972 to 1986.  The Lectureships are held by persons of prominence in the fields of music and chemistry, who are nominated by the Heads of the School of Humanities (in consultation with the Department of Music) and the Department of Chemistry respectively and formally appointed by the Boards of the Faculties of Arts and Science respectively.  The Visiting Lecturers are invited to visit the relevant departments for a period of up to one month, and to participate in teaching and research activities.


Richard Yu Lecture in Medicine

In 2009, Professor Richard Yu donated the sum of $500,000 for the purpose of enhancing the standard of practice in Internal Medicine.  Renowned local and international experts are invited by the Department of Medicine to deliver lectures at Medical Forum or medical conferences.


Ronald Lu & Partners (HK) Limited Visiting Lectureship in Architecture

The Lectureship was established in 1992 with a donation from the Ronald Lu & Partners (HK) Limited.  Persons of prominence are invited to deliver one or more lectures in the Faculty of Architecture on a topic within the sphere of architecture.


S.C. Fan Memorial Lecture

The S.C. Fan Memorial Lecture was established in 2003 with a donation from the family of S.C. Fan of the late Dr S.C. Fan, former Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University.  In memory of Dr S.C. Fan, the donation is used to support an annual public lecture on social science issues that are of interest to the public.


Serena Yang Lecture

The Serena Yang Lecture was endowed with a donation from Dr Serena Yang.  International renowned scholars are invited to deliver a distinguished lecture in Hong Kong for a sharing research findings and their views on strategic directions for future development of nursing in global context, aiming to establish links with leading international institutions in the nursing discipline.


Shirley Boyde Memorial Lecture

The Shirley Boyde Memorial Lectures are supported by donations from the Shirley Boyde Trust which was established in 1989 in memory of Mrs Shirley Boyde.  Persons of prominence are invited to deliver lecture on a topic in the field of biochemistry.


Veronica Lam Memorial Lecture

The Dr Veronica Lam Kwan Min Sien Memorial Fund was established in 2008 to sponsor the memorial lecture in memory of Dr Veronica Lam and her valuable contribution to the Department of Biochemistry.  Persons of prominence are invited by the Department of Biochemistry to deliver lecture on a topic in the field of biochemistry.


William Mong Distinguished Lectures in Engineering

The William Mong Distinguished Lectures in Engineering are supported by donations from the Shun Hing Education and Charity Fund Ltd to facilitate exchange of new ideas and developments in the field of engineering and to strengthen the ties between the industry and the university.


Wong Yung-Chow Visiting Lectureship in Mathematics

The Lectureship was established in 1986 with a donation from Emeritus Professor Wong Yung-Chow, Professor of Mathematics from 1948 to 1976.  Persons of prominence are invited to visit the Department of Mathematics to give lectures and participate in its research activities.


Woo, Chow, Wong & Partners (HK) Limited Visiting Lectureship in Architecture

The Lectureship was established in 1992 with a donation from the Woo, Chow, Wong & Partners (HK) Limited.  Persons of prominence are invited to deliver one or more lectures in the Faculty of Architecture on a topic within the sphere of architecture.


Wu Yee Sun Education Fund Lecture

The Lecture Series is endowed with a generous donation of $1 million by the late Mr Li Kui Wai to the Faculty of Business and Economics in 2007 for ‘Wu Yee Sun Education Fund for School of Economics and Finance’.  Distinguished scholars and business leaders are invited to deliver lectures in the fields of economics and finance.


Y.K. Cheung Lecture

The fellowship was established in 2005 with donations from engineering alumni and friends of Professor Y.C. Cheng.  Distinguished scholars in Engineering are invited to visit the Faculty for one to three weeks to deliver public lectures and participate in academic activities.
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Visiting Professorships


A.R. Hodgson Visiting Professorship in Orthopaedics and Traumatology


In 2012, Ms Jennifer Hodgson donated a sum of $625,000 to establish the A.R. Hodgson Visiting Professship in the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology for a period of five years. The Visiting Professor appointed should be a distinguished orthopaedic surgeon or scientist, who has made recent and significant contributions in the orthopaedic field.


Aw Boon Haw Visiting Professor

The Professorship was endowed with donations made by the late Mr Aw Boon Haw in 1951 and by his daughter, Dr Aw Sian, in 1978. A distinguished obstetrician or gynaecologist from another medical centre, or those in close relation with obstetrics and gynaecology specialty, is invited to visit the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology for about two to four weeks and to deliver the Aw Boon Haw Memorial Lecture.


Boston University School of Medicine – HKU Exchange Visiting Professor

In 1986, the late Mr Wing Tat Lee donated a sum of US$300,000 for academic exchange between Boston University School of Medicine and the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine.


Cheng Yu Tung Residence Fellowship

The Cheng Yu Tung Residence Fellowship was established in December 2010 and funded by the generous donation of Dr Cheng Yu Tung to the University.  The Residence Fellowship allows prominent and established scholars to visit the Faculty of Law and participate in the Faculty's teaching and research activities, with a view to enhancing the global visibility of the Faculty and the University.


Cheng Yu Tung Visiting Professorship in Law

The Professorship was established in 2009, with a sum of $20 million from the $400 million donation made by Dr Cheng Yu Tung in 2008, to enable distinguished and eminent scholars to be invited to visit the Faculty of Law and spend a short period of time in the Faculty on research and teaching, with a view to strengthening the University’s links with leading universities and situations as well as enhancing the global visibility of the Faculty.


Chin Lan-Hong Visiting Professorship  

In 2003, Madam Chin Lan-Hong agreed to sponsor the establishment of a Visiting Professorship in Surgery, for five years in the first instance, to enable distinguished academics and professionals in the health science field from other medical and health science centres to visit the Department of Surgery.  The appointee may also be invited to deliver a lecture.


C.T. Huang Memorial Visiting Professorship in Microbiology

The Visiting Professorship, endowed with donations from friends and colleagues of Emeritus Professor C.T. Huang who retired in 1978, is used to enable persons of prominence in the field of microbiology or allied subjects to participate fully in the academic programme of the Department of Microbiology.  In 2002, the visiting professorship was re-named as the C.T. Huang Memorial Visiting Professorship in Microbiology in memory of the late Professor C.T. Huang.


Dr Geraldine Mao-Ng Visiting Professor

The Professorship was established in 1982 with a donation from the family and friends of the late Dr Geraldine Mao-Ng, formerly part-time Lecturer in Psychology at the University.  A distinguished scholar in applied psychology or related fields from overseas is invited by the Senate (on nomination by the Head of the Department of Psychology and recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Social Sciences) to visit the Department of Psychology and to deliver the Dr Geraldine Mao-Ng Memorial Lecture.


Dr Geraldine Mao-Ng Visiting Scholar Scheme

The Scheme was established in 1983 with a donation from the family and friends of the late Dr Geraldine Mao-Ng, formerly part-time Lecturer in Psychology at the University.  Scholars in applied psychology or related fields from overseas are appointed (on nomination by the Head of the Department of Psychology and recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Social Sciences) to visit the Department of Psychology, conduct research, and may be invited to give seminars.


Dr Tam Sai Kit Visiting Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery

In 2000, $1.2 million was donated by Dr Tam Sai Kit to establish the Visiting Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery.  The fund is used to invite persons of prominence to visit the Department.  It may also be used for academic, research and training developments in orthopaedic surgery and related disciplines.


Elaine G.C.F. Tso Visiting Professor

The Professorship was endowed with a donation from Mr and Mrs Tso Chak Chun in memory of their daughter, the late Dr Elaine G.C.F. Tso, Lecturer in the Department of Physiology from 1980 to 1982, and a student of Art and Design in the former Department of Extra-mural Studies from 1979 to 1982.  A distinguished physiologist from another institution is invited by the Head of the Department of Physiology to visit the Department to take part in teaching and research and to deliver the Elaine G.C.F. Tso Memorial Lecture.


G.B. Ong Visiting Professor in Surgery

The Professorship was endowed with donations from friends and colleagues of Professor Tan Sri G.B. Ong.  Distinguished medical and non-medical professionals as well as other prominent personalities are invited by the Senate (on nomination by the Head of the Department of Surgery and recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Medicine) to visit the Department of Surgery and may be invited to deliver a G.B. Ong Lecture.


George Choa Visiting Professor in Otorhinolaryngology

The George Choa Visiting Professorship was established in 1993 with sponsorship from Dr George Choa to enable visits from distinguished surgeons in otorhinolaryngology to the Department of Surgery.


Grace Tien Visiting Professorship

In 2003, the family of the late Mrs Grace Tien agreed to sponsor the establishment of a Visiting Professorship in Nursing Studies, for five years in the first instance, to enable distinguished academics and professionals in Nursing Studies and related fields from other medical and health science centres to visit the School of Nursing. The appointee may also be invited to deliver a Grace Tien Lecture.


Harry Fang Visiting Professorship in Orthopaedic Surgery

In 2003, Dr David Fang agreed to make available a maximum of $50,000 each year for at least five years, to establish the Harry Fang Visiting Professorship in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.  It is intended that the Visiting Professor should be a distinguished orthopaedic surgeon who has made recent and significant contributions in the orthopaedic field.


Hong Kong College of Family Physicians Visiting Professor in Family Medicine

The Professorship was established in 1982 with a donation from the then Hong Kong College of General Practitioners (which was renamed Hong Kong College of Family Physicians in 1997) to enable distinguished medical doctors from other territories to be invited to visit the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine and to participate in the Faculty’s teaching and research activities in family medicine.


Hung Hing-Ying Distinguished Visiting Professorship in Science and Technology

The scheme was established in 2010 with a generous donation of $20 million from the Hung Hing Ying and Leung Hau Ling Charitable Foundation. The donation was matched dollar for dollar by the University to form an endowment fund. It aims to support the appointments of visiting distinguished scholars at a professorial level in science and engineering disciplines. Through this scheme, the University aspires to provide opportunities for teachers and students to interact with world-class scholars; provide the impetus for promoting the development of targeted academic areas; foster invaluable links with institutions leading in science and engineering; and enhance its leadership in the international academic community.


Hung Leung Hau Ling Distinguished Fellow in Humanities

This scheme was inaugurated in 2008 through an initial donation of $15 million from the Hung Hing Ying and Leung Hau Ling Charitable Foundation. The donation was matched dollar for dollar by the University to form an endowment fund. This scheme is designed to attract scholars of top distinction (such as noted writers, artists and Nobel Laureates) to be resident at the University. It hosts visiting scholars renowned in their respective fields with the objective of enhancing and enriching humanities studies at the University, which in turn contributes to the arts and humanities culture of Hong Kong.


Hung Leung Hau Ling Distinguished Visiting Professorship in the Humanities and Social Sciences

The Professorship was endowed in 2016 with a generous $20 million donation from the Hung Hing Ying and Leung Hau Ling Charitable Foundation and Kowloon Investment Company Limited. The donation was matched by the University dollar for dollar to form a permanent endowment. The Professorship was established to support the appointments of visiting scholars in the fields of the humanities and social sciences. It aims to provide the impetus to promote the development of path-breaking programmes in targeted areas; foster invaluable links with reputable institutions; enhance the University's leadership in the international academic community; and provide a knowledge exchange platform for the Hong Kong community.


James Gibson Visiting Professorships in Pathology

The Professorship was endowed with the James Gibson Fund in memory of the service of Professor James Blackburn Gibson to the University and the community. Distinguished scholars in Pathology are invited to visit the Department of Pathology to promote in a practical manner teaching and research in the early detection, diagnosis and prevention of malignant diseases of importance in Hong Kong and to deliver the James Gibson Lecture.


Jonathan S.T. Sham Visiting Professorship

In mid-2007, an anonymous donor donated $1 million to the Department of Clinical Oncology to support the invitation of overseas expert to visit the Department for educational and research activities.  In early 2008, Professor Jonathan Sham Shun-tong, former Head of the Department of Clinical Oncology, donated another $500,000 also to support similar activities.  The purpose of Jonathan S.T. Sham Visiting Professorship is to facilitate visits to the Department of Clinical Oncology by distinguished scholars from abroad.


K.P. Stephen Chang Visiting Professor

The Professorship was endowed with the K.P. Stephen Chang Memorial Fund.  A distinguished physician from another medical centre is invited by the Senate (on nomination by the Professor of Medicine and recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Medicine) to visit the Department of Medicine for about a month and to deliver the K.P. Stephen Chang Memorial Lecture.


Leslie Wright Fellows in the Faculty of Law at HKU

In 2004, the Management Committee of the Leslie Wright: HK-China Legal Fund has agreed to set aside a budget of $100,000 for the establishment of a number of Leslie Wright Fellowships in the Faculty of Law to support scholars currently engaged in teaching and research in China (including Mainland China, Taiwan and Macau) to visit the Faculty of Law for the purpose of giving lectures, seminars or conference presentations, or engaging in joint research with teachers in the Faculty.


Lions Club of Tai Ping Shan Visiting Professor in Medicine

The Professorship was endowed with a donation from the Lions Club of Tai Ping Shan, Hong Kong, to enable distinguished physicians from other medical centres to be invited to visit the Department of Medicine and to participate in the department’s teaching and research activities.


Lucy Fung Tseng Exchange Professor

The Exchange Professorship was endowed in 1991 with a donation from the family of the late Mrs Lucy Fung Tseng (Mrs Tseng Fung Hiu Wan), through Dr and Mrs C.Y.C. Wu in memory of the late Mrs Lucy Fung Tseng and in honour of Professor D. Todd, Head of the Department of Medicine from 1974 to 1989.  Distinguished physicians or medical scientists from China are invited to visit the Department of Medicine and to participate in the teaching and research activities of the Department during the visits.  Full-time teachers of the Department of Medicine can also visit the medical centres in China to undertake teaching and research.


MaMa Charitable Foundation Visiting Professorship in Buddhist Studies

In 2012, $10 million was donated by MaMa Charitable Foundation to establish a Visiting Professorship in Buddhist Studies. The endowed fund will be used to support visiting scholars of top distinction in Buddhist Studies to visit the Centre of Buddhist Studies to participate in research and teaching, and to deliver public lectures.


M.B. Lee Visiting Professor

The Professorship was established with a donation by Mr M.B. Lee. A distinguished orthopaedic surgeon who has made recent and significant contributions in the orthopaedic field is invited by the Senate (on nomination by the Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery and recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Medicine) to visit the Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology for about two to four weeks and to engage in the teaching and research of the Department.


Mok Hing-Yiu Distinguished Visiting Professorship

The Professorship was endowed in 2008 with a generous $20 million donation from Dr Mok Hing-Yiu to support the appointments of visiting scholars. The donation was matched by the University dollar for dollar to form a permanent endowment. The Professorship aims to attract top academics to spend time at HKU to enhance the university's visibility in the international community and to establish links with institutions leading in specific disciplines.


Mr and Mrs Wu Chung Visiting Professor in Medicine

The Professorship was endowed with a donation from the family of Mr and Mrs Wu Chung to commemorate the diamond wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Wu Chung in 1979.  Distinguished physicians from other medical centres are invited to visit the Department of Medicine for a period of one to two weeks, and to participate in the teaching and research activities of the Department.


Mrs Gordon Wu Exchange Professor

The Exchange Professorship was endowed in 1991 with a donation from Dr C.Y.C. Wu and Mr G.Y.S. Wu.  Distinguished physicians or medical scientists from China are invited to visit the clinical departments of the Li Ka Shing Faculty of Medicine and to participate in the teaching and research activities of the Department during the visits.  Full-time teachers of the clinical departments can also visit medical centres in China to undertake teaching and research.


Mrs Ho Tam Kit Hing Visiting Professor

The Professorship was established in 1985 with a donation from the family of the late Mrs Ho Tam Kit Hing to enable distinguished medical teachers in the field of nephrology, including dialysis and transplantation, from other medical schools or centres to be invited to visit the Department of Medicine and to participate in the teaching and/or research activities of the Department.


Mun Visiting Professorship in Psychiatry

The Professorship was established in 1986 with part of an anonymous donation to enable distinguished psychiatrists from other medical centres to visit the Department of Psychiatry for a period of not less than two weeks, and to participate in the teaching and research activities of the Department during his visit.


Nascence Visiting Professorship in Architecture

In 2003, Mr Peter K.C. Chan donated a sum of $1.5 million, one-third of which is used to invite distinguished scholars or renowned practitioners of international and/or regional standing to visit the Department of Architecture to deliver lectures, conduct seminars and workshops, conduct research and to participate generally in the teaching of the Department of Architecture.


Professor C.Y. Yeung Fellowships/Visiting Professorships in Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine

In 2000, donations were received to establish the Professor C.Y. Yeung Fellowships/Visiting Professorships in Paediatrics and Adolescent Medicine to commemorate Professor Yeung’s contribution to the department, subsequent to his retirement from the University.  The goal of these Fellowships/Visiting Professorships is to develop further network with other institutes in the Mainland and in other countries and to enhance academic exchange.


Rowdget W. Young Visiting Fellow in Law

In 1989, Mr Rowdget W. Young donated $100,000 to establish a visiting fellowship in the fields of property law and commercial law.


Saw Swee Hock Visiting Professorship in Statistics

The Professorship was established in 2008 with a generous donation from Professor Saw Swee Hock, Founding Professor of Statistics in the Department of Statistics from 1969 to 1971, to fund the visits of up to two weeks by distinguished scholars to the Department.  Visiting Professors are invited to participate in the Department's teaching and research activities.


Sin Wai-Kin Distinguished Visiting Professorship in the Humanities

The Professorship was endowed in 2011 with a generous donation of $20 million from Dr David Sin Wai-Kin to support the appointments of distinguished visiting scholars in the humanities.  The donation was matched by the University dollar for dollar to form a permanent endowment.  The establishment of this Professorship will have a substantial impact on the intensity and quality of interactions between world-class scholars and teachers and students at the University.


Sir David Todd Professorship in Medicine

The Professorship was established in 1997 to commemorate Professor Sir David Todd’s contributions to Medicine in Hong Kong and is intended to award a senior staff member in the Department who has made significant contributions in Medicine.


S.Y. Mak Visiting Professor in Psychiatry

The Professorship was established with a donation by the late Mr S.Y. Mak to enable distinguished psychiatrists from other medical centres to be invited to visit the Department of Psychiatry and to participate in the department’s teaching and research activities.


William M.W. Mong Visiting Research Fellowship in Engineering

The William M.W. Mong Visiting Research Fellowship in Engineering, funded by donations from the Shun Hing Education and Charity Fund Ltd, is established to encourage academic staff of the Faculty of Engineering to engage in international collaborative research with overseas distinguished researchers.


Wong Hau-Yuen Distinguished Visiting Scholarship

In 2003, Dr Buddy Y.K. Wong agreed to sponsor the establishment of a Distinguished Visiting Scholarship in Otorhinolaryngology, for two years in the first instance, to enable eminent academics and professionals in the health science field from other medical and health centres/institutes to visit the Department of Surgery.  The appointee may also be invited to deliver a lecture.


Yang Hsueh Chi Visiting Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery

In 1996, Miss Yang Hsueh Chi donated $1 million to establish the Yang Hsueh Chi Visiting Professor in Orthopaedic Surgery for the purpose of inviting persons of prominence to visit the Department for academic, research and training developments in orthopaedic surgery and related disciplines.


Y.C. Cheng Engineering Fellowship

The fellowship was established in 2005 with donations from engineering alumni and friends of Professor Y.C. Cheng.  Distinguished scholars in Engineering are invited to visit the Faculty for one to three weeks to deliver public lectures and participate in academic activities.
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