The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK) held the Graduation Ceremony 2022 on 8 and 9 December, conferring bachelor’s and master’s degrees on nearly 1,900 graduates. Officiating at the ceremony were Ms Diana Cesar, Chairman of the Board of Governors of HSUHK, and Dr Moses Cheng, Chairman of Council. Board and Council members were also present to share the precious moment with the graduates.
Professor Simon Ho, President of HSUHK, expressed his warmest congratulations to all graduates. He said when graduates regard work as a calling, they would see what they do as one of the most important missions in life, they would work on it continuously and tirelessly, and would be willing to devote themselves selflessly for the wellbeing of others. He also encouraged graduates to demonstrate their qualities of critical thinking, innovative minds, human caring attitudes, moral values, and social responsibility, as well as to be brave to chart their own course, uphold their values and beliefs, and try to merge their calling with their job or career to find the most fulfilment in life and work.
Ms Diana Cesar and Dr Moses Cheng encouraged graduates to enjoy every twist and turn in the journey ahead and to have confidence in their abilities to handle all eventualities. They advised graduates not to stop learning, exploring, and challenging themselves to achieve even more.
At the ceremony, the HSUHK Teaching Excellence Awards 2021/22 were also presented to distinguished teachers who had demonstrated excellent teaching performance and contribution to the continuous improvement in pedagogy. A total of seven awardees were selected this year, including Dr Winnie Chan from the Department of Marketing, Dr Holly Chung and Dr Maggie Ma from the Department of English, Dr Baldwin Wong from the Department of Social Science, Dr Eugene Wong from the Department of Supply Chain and Information Management, Dr Clio Wu from the School of Communication, and Mr Justin Yum from the Department of Computing.
Full Text of President Ho’s Speech (English Only): Please click here