Undergraduate

Mother Term ID
671
The HKUST Wu Zhi Qiao Leadership Team: (from left to right) Wan Hiu-Kin (BEng in Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2020), Lam Yuk-Chak (BBA in Global Business and Operations Management, Class of 2022), Yip Yui-Ho (Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management, Class of 2021), and Zhan Yichun (BSc in Global China Studies, Class of 2021)
The HKUST Wu Zhi Qiao Leadership Team: (from left to right) Wan Hiu-Kin (BEng in Mechanical Engineering, Class of 2020), Lam Yuk-Chak (BBA in Global Business and Operations Management, Class of 2022), Yip Yui-Ho (Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management, Class of 2021), and Zhan Yichun (BSc in Global China Studies, Class of 2021)
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020.
Learning by doing: Andy Choy (left), Isaac Kwan (center), and Michael Lui (right) created a long-lasting antimicrobial hand cream in an experiential learning course on product and process design in Spring 2020.
A Civil and Environmental Engineering team received the Outstanding Students Award at the Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2019. From left to right: Dr. Wendy Lee, Regional Manager of Autodesk Hong Kong, Sampriti Dwivedy, Chan Sum-Chau, Chen Weiwei, Prof. Jack Cheng, and Dr. Bernard Chan, Under Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
A Civil and Environmental Engineering team received the Outstanding Students Award at the Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2019. From left to right: Dr. Wendy Lee, Regional Manager of Autodesk Hong Kong, Sampriti Dwivedy, Chan Sum-Chau, Chen Weiwei, Prof. Jack Cheng, and Dr. Bernard Chan, Under Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development
Mashiat Lamisa (third right) and her teammates Ilana Zimmerman (second right) and Dama Correch (third left) received the Empower Women Through Technology Prize at the cmd-f all-female* hackathon held at the University of British Columbia.
Mashiat Lamisa (third right) and her teammates Ilana Zimmerman (second right) and Dama Correch (third left) received the Empower Women Through Technology Prize at the cmd-f all-female* hackathon held at the University of British Columbia.