Our journalism students were among those recognized for their achievements at the annual Faculty of Social Sciences Student Prize Presentation Ceremony. Director Keith Richburg presented certificates to seven JMSC students who were able to attend the ceremony that was held on 24 November at Lok Yew Hall. The students each received prizes or scholarships during their studies at JMSC. Here is the list of students who attended and the scholarships they received:

Eduard Fernandez Hernandez (Master of Journalism 2018), JMSC Overseas Talent Scholarship
Zahra Kamaruddin (Master of Journalism 2018), Quartz Scholarship and Taufik Ali Memorial Scholarship
Joanne Ma Sau Li ((Master of Journalism 2018), Lee Kam Woon and Shum Shuk Yuen Education Fund
Wyman Ma Man Wai (Master of Journalism 2018), Vicky Shek Zeitlin Memorial Scholarship
Sida Wang (Master of Journalism 2018), Mick Deane Scholarship
Yeung Kwai Yu (Third year Bachelor of Journalism), The D.H. Chen Foundation Scholarship
Olivia Yin Li (Master of Journalism 2018), William F. Woo Memorial Scholarship

Photograph courtesy of the Faculty of Social Sciences

7 December 2018

JMSC students recognized for their achievements at HKU ceremony

Our journalism students were among those recognized for their achievements at the annual Faculty of Social Sciences Student Prize Presentation Ceremony. Director Keith Richburg presented certificates to seven JMSC students who were able to attend […]
7 November 2015

Full house for the JMSC’s Bachelor of Journalism admission talk at the 2015 HKU Information Day

Undergraduate students performed a live news broadcast production demo to a standing-room only crowd of HKU hopefuls as part of the Information Day for Undergraduate Admissions on 7 November. JMSC faculty and alumni also talked […]
7 November 2014

Special licenses give JMSC students full access to Adobe editing software

Second- and third-year JMSC students have been granted individual, one-year licenses to install Adobe’s Creative Cloud full editing suite on their own laptops or home computers.
1 October 2014

Student-run page that vets protest rumours swamped with ‘likes’

The bi-lingual site, called VerifiedHK, provides fact-checked protest information including reliable news reports, photos and logistics updates through Facebook and Twitter, and also responds to individual requests for verified information through Google.