6 students selected for Best Presenter Awards at the Poster Session of the UG Research Fellowship Programme 2022-23

Thirty three undergraduate students participated in the Poster Session of the Undergraduate Research Fellowship Programme (URFP) 2022-23 held on April 19, 2023 to share their research findings and experience with the HKU community.  The Poster Session provides a platform for participating students of the URFP to share the research, scholarship and creativity activity with other fellow HKUers and faculty members who serve as URFP project supervisors.
Six best presenters were selected by a selection panel consisting of Professor Ian Holliday, Chairman of the Working Group on URFP and Vice-President (Teaching and Learning), members of the Working Group on URFP: Dr Eric C. Ip, Faculty of Law; Dr Olivia Leung, Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning), Faculty of Business and Economics; Dr Thiyagarajan Vengatesen, Assistant Dean (Experiential Learning), Faculty of Science; and Dr Patrick Chung, Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, LKS Faculty of Medicine.  
The wining students of the Poster Session of URFP 2022-23 are:
  • CHEUNG On Hei, BSocSc, Faculty of Social Sciences
  • SO Charlotte Theodora, BBiomedSc, LKS Faculty of Medicine
  • WONG Wing Yan, BBiomedSc, LKS Faculty of Medicine       
  • Jessica YAM, BBiomedSc, LKS Faculty of Medicine
  • YEUNG Kin Ling Kinny, BSc(Sp&HearSc), Faculty of Education
  • YEUNG Lok Sze, BBiomedSc, LKS Faculty of Medicine 
Students who enroll in the URFP are generally in their final year studies and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above.  The URFP calls for applications in January each year and students admitted to the programme will have the opportunity to undertake a course component and deliver a research deliverable.  They could also submit an application to apply for the Research Internship Award, which supports research internship to be conducted in Hong Kong, mainland China or overseas for not less than 8 weeks. 
Ever since the URFP was launched in 2015-16, over 400 students have been selected to receive the Research Internship Awards to conduct their research projects in some 50 institutions across 13 regions, including Australia, Canada, France, Singapore, mainland China, the UK and the US.
To view the wining posters, please visit: https://tl.hku.hk/urfp-poster/
For more details on URFP, please visit: https://tl.hku.hk/urfp/
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