‌Sustainability Development Grants (SDG)‌

Purpose

The Sustainability Development Grants (SDG) is established to support teachers to conduct teaching and learning initiatives to pursue the Sustainability Development Goals spearheaded by the United Nations (UN) in their module learning delivery.  

 

SDG Funding

Normally, up to five teaching development proposals may be funded to support teaching and learning development in an academic year. The number of grants awarded will be depended on the number and quality of application submitted, as well as the availability of funding.  

 

 

Funded Projects in Academic Year 2018/19

 

Project 1 – “Farming for Sustainability” @ Evergreen College

Selected and fully funded HK$95,550

Key Personnel:

Dr CHAN Wing Ho, Michael (Department of Social Science)

Dr CHEUNG Pui Sze (Department of Social Science)

Dr AU YEUNG Ho Kong, Christopher (Department of Social Science)

Project 2 – Development of advanced innovative platforms on sustainability development goals (SDG) initiatives

Selected and fully funded HK$100,000

Key Personnel:

Dr WONG Yin Cheung, Eugene (Department of Supply Chain and Information Management)

Dr Bruce Erik BERGSTROM (Department of Supply Chain and Information Management)

Mr LAM Ping Him, Vincent (Department of Supply Chain and Information Management)

Project 3 – Embracing the differences

Selected and fully funded HK$100,000

Key Personnel:

Ms WONG Mei Ki, Maggie (Department of Social Science)

Dr CHEUNG Pui Sze (Department of Social Science)

 

Funded Projects in Academic Year 2019/20

 

Project 1 – Promoting Sustainability Development Goals to Generation Z in Hong Kong

Selected and fully funded $99,650

Key Personnel:

Dr CHAN Fong Yee, Fanny (Department of Marketing)

Dr CHAN Hak Sin, Haksin (Department of Marketing)

Mr CHEE Yiu Fai, Eric (Department of Marketing)

Dr LO Wing To, Lawrence (Department of Marketing)


Project 2 – 
Nature Journaling: Ma Lai Hau Hang and Beyond

Selected and fully funded HK$100,000

Key Personnel:

Dr CHEUNG Pui Sze (Department of Social Science)

Dr CHAN Wing Ho, Michael (Department of Social Science)