Franklin Prize for Teaching Excellence (Departmental)
A NINE-TIMES WINNER FOR THE FRANKLIN DEPARTMENT AWARD FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE, FOR 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 AND 2019.
This award sponsored by the Franklin and his wife Mei Kwong. The purpose of the award was to recognize the collective effort made by a department in achieving overall teaching excellence, technically given by the highest average instructor overall score for a given 12-month period.
Department Award for Teaching Excellence for the Year 2018
Department Award for Teaching Excellence for the Year 2017
Department Award for Teaching Excellence for the Year 2015
Department Award for Teaching Excellence for the Year 2014
Franklin Prize for Teaching Excellence (Individual)
The Franklin Prize for Teaching Excellence was established in 2000 with donations from the Larry and Mei Kwong Franklin Endowment Fund to recognize business faculty contributions in the form of teaching excellence in the undergraduate and graduate degree programs. In the early years, 5 awards were presented each semester, one each for an undergraduate year, one for MBA required courses and one for MBA non-required/MSc courses.) Starting from Winter 06 Semester, the award was presented once a year and the number of award was reduced to 6 (1 for each of the 3 undergraduate years, 2 for MBA required courses and 1 for MBA non-required courses/ MSc teaching).
Prof Martha Jeong (UG) [second from the right]
Prof J.T. Li (MBA Non-required Courses and MSc)
Prof Paul Forster (UG) [from the left]
Prof Stephen Nason (MBA Non-required) [from the right]
Prof Roger Levermore (UG) [from the right]
Prof Stephen Nason (MBA - Required courses) [center]
Michael G. Gale Medal for Distinguished Teaching
The Michael G. Gale Medal for Distinguished Teaching was established by the University Council in 1994 to commemorate the late Founding Council Member, Mr Michael G. Gale, for his distinguished service and outstanding contributions to the development of the University. The Medal is awarded each year at the University's Congregation to a member of the academic staff who best exemplifies continued pursuit of excellence, devotion to teaching, and the ability to inspire and motivate others.
Prof Stephen Nason received the award from President, Prof Tony Chan
Common Core Teaching Excellence Award
The Common Core Teaching Excellence Award (previously named as "Common Core Course Excellence Award") is established to recognize excellent common core courses and the substantial efforts our faculty and instructors have contributed to the development and delivery of these courses. The Selection Committee will recommend one Award, and if called for, a maximum of three Honorary Mentions to the Committee on Undergraduate Core Education (CUCE) for confirmation.
Prof Carmen Ng received The Honorary Mention for MGMT1130 Traps and Pitfalls in Judgment and Decision Making. Click here to read more about this award.
Prof Roger Levermore, Dr Cubie Lau, Ms Delana Du and Mr Peter Yip who are the instructional team for MGMT1120 Developing the Leader in You, have received the 2015 Common Core Course Excellence Award. Click here to read more about this award.
Prof Roger Levermore and Dr Cubie Lau received the award from President, Prof Tony Chan