PolyU former Chairmen and Presidents share stories of the University with Dr Liza Wang
Five former Council Chairmen and Presidents of PolyU have shared their fascinating stories behind the major milestones of the University’s development, in a series of captivating interviews by Dr Liza Wang Ming-chun, who is also a PolyU University Fellow and Artist-in-Residence.
The interview series, rolled out in celebration of the 85th Anniversary of PolyU, reflect on how PolyU has become a leading institution in translating research into applications, promoting sustainability and providing holistic and entrepreneurial education, as well as how it has grown into a global top 100 university – offering thoughts and insights into the future development of PolyU.
The interview series, accessible here, comprises interviews with:
Prof. Poon Chung-kwong (1991-2008: PolyU President)
Dr Sir Gordon Wu Ying-sheung (1997-2003: PolyU Council Chairman )
Dr the Hon. Victor Lo Chung-wing (2004-2009: PolyU Council Chairman)
Dr Marjorie Yang (2010-2015: PolyU Council Chairman)
Prof. Timothy W. Tong (2009-2018: PolyU President)
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