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Staff Honoured as Outstanding Consultants in Knowledge Transfer Activities

Date: 04 Mar 2019

Prof. Pauline Cho and Dr Peggy Cheung received the “Highest International/Non-local Consultancy Merit Award of 2018” for her project “Pilot Evaluation of On-Eye to Mobile Application Lens Assessment” at the Outstanding Professional Services Awards Presentation Ceremony on 4 March 2019. Organized by PolyU’s Technology and Consultancy (PTeC) Co. Ltd., the awards honour departments and staff in consultancy and licensing activities for their outstanding performance.

Dr Allen Cheong is a member of the consultancy project “Consultancy Services for Review of Hong Kong Rehabilitation Programme Plan” which won the “Most Valued Project” and “Multi-departmental Participation” Awards. Project collaborators include Prof. Hector Tsang (RS), Prof. Marco Pang (RS), Dr Wu Qiaobing (APSS), Dr Raymond Chung (RS), Dr Shirley Ching (SN), Dr Tony To (HTI) and Prof. Daniel Shek (FHSS).


Prof. Pauline Cho (left) and Dr Peggy Cheung (right) receive the Merit Award for the Highest International/Non-local Consultancy from Dr Miranda Lou, Executive Vice President, PolyU.
☉ Prof. Pauline Cho (left) and Dr Peggy Cheung (right) receive the Merit Award for the Highest International/Non-local Consultancy from Dr Miranda Lou, Executive Vice President, PolyU.


Dr Allen Cheong (3rd from left) and her project collaborators receive the “Most Valued Project” and “Multi-departmental Participation” Awards. width=
☉ Dr Allen Cheong (3rd from left) and her project collaborators receive the “Most Valued Project” and “Multi-departmental Participation” Awards.