Sports for All in the Lens of Student Affairs
18 March 2022
Improving both physical health and well-being are integral to student development targets. Hitting these targets will require partnership between units and the university never previously seen under this unprecedented pandemic. Distinguished speakers are invited to share insight on why and how to promote sports for all from the lenses of university management, required sports programmes and student affairs.
Date: 18 March 2022 (Friday)
Time: 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Format: via Zoom
Knowing more about LGBT+
10 Dec 2021
The culture of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and other related communities (LGBT+) are constantly developing in the recent years. To enhance HKSSA members' knowledge on LGBT+, the Project Touch from The Boys' & Girls' Clubs Association of Hong Kong (香港小童群益會 性向無限計劃) gave a sharing.
Grooming young professionals under the new normal
26 May 2021
Innovation and Hope - Finding the Silver Linings in the New Normal
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Ms Jamie Cheng Po-kwan, Chairwoman of the Division of Clinical Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society, and Mr Tang Chun-keung, Former Chairman of the Hong Kong Association of the Heads of Secondary Schools, were invited to share their experience working with young people and shed light on how student affairs could instill positivity and bring hope to university students. Ms Helen Wong, Head (Co-curricular Programs), Dean of Students Office from the Hong Kong University of Science & Technology will share how they are reshaping co-curricular experiences by co-creation with students and embracing the power of visuals.
Narrative Approach in Trauma Work
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Care4ALL: Support Student Mental Health During Social Unrest
6 Dec 2019
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Dialogue with Heads of Student Affairs
29 May 2019
Mr K M CHAN (Adviser to VP(RD), EdUHK)
Ms Agnes HO (Director of Student Affairs, CUHK)
Ms Jenny KO (Director of Student Services, LU)
Dr Eugenie LEUNG (Dean of Student Affairs, HKU)
Prof. Gordon TANG (Director of Student Affairs, HKBU)
Ms Rebecca CHAN (HSUHK, Chairperson of HKSSA)
New Media Realities and University Crisis Management Talk
27 Oct 2017
Mr Andy Ho was invited to share on the topic of new media realities and university crisis management.