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AIS-CLASS Advanced Methods School
Speaker(s): Dr Phillip Ayoub
Venue: Conducted Online in English

Register in advance for this Seminar: http://shorturl.at/uEFLN

16 Jun 2022 (Thu)
03:00 - 04:30pm
AIS-CLASS Advanced Methods School
Speaker(s): Professor Kevin Hewison
Venue: Conducted Online in English

Register in advance for this Seminar: http://shorturl.at/dwyDJ

8 Jun 2022 (Wed)
10:00 - 11:30am
AIS-CLASS Advanced Methods School
Speaker(s): Professor John Gerring
Venue: Conducted Online in English

Register in advance for this Seminar: http://shorturl.at/mzJP1

7 Jun 2022 (Tue)
09:00 - 10:30am
Venue: Zoom
5 May 2022 (Thu)
03:30 - 05:00pm
Venue: Zoom

The panel talk invites three distinguished scholars in health communication to discuss the recent advancements in the field. The three panelists will present their recent research projects and discuss health communication theory developments with a few hot topics (e.g., vaccine hesitancy).

28 Apr 2022 (Thu)
08:00 - 10:00pm
Venue: Online via Zoom

In the second event in a new series, three renowned figures (Varun Deshpande, Temple Grandin and Peter Singer) will each present one recommendation that they consider paramount in reorienting food systems and then they will exchange views with each other on the recommendations that have been put forward. The result: serious food for thought among audience members on how to rethink the food system.

Revisit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egu9-M8PLzY

13 Apr 2022 (Wed)
09:30 - 11:00am
Venue: Zoom
8 Apr 2022 (Fri)
04:00 - 06:00pm
Speaker(s): Prof Daniel LYNCH and Dr Jun ZHANG
Venue: Online via Zoom
19 Mar 2022 (Sat)
03:00 - 03:30pm
Venue: Online via Zoom

Members of society are looking for informed analysis of where their food comes from and how what is on their plate reflects local traditions, globalization and increasing concerns about environmental impact. This series will expose audiences to innovative thinking and offer information to think through future food scenarios and especially the potential to design a more sustainable food system.

Revisit: https://youtu.be/tgKZ60RH2F4 

11 Mar 2022 (Fri)
09:30 - 11:00am
7 Mar 2022 (Mon)
03:30 - 05:15pm

This is a new student case study competition to scale solutions for Asia's plastic crisis (https://makethecase.capp.global/east-asia).

This is not a start-up competition. We are challenging students to scale up high-impact plastic reduction innovation taking place across Asia which is i) relatively unknown and ii) may be stalled for some reason unrelated to the project's soundness.

Innovation for us is more than just new ideas; it is identifying what is working and ensuring that good ideas do not get lost. Students must display both their investigative powers (locating the right project) and their analytical prowess (establishing how the existing project can be replicated in other parts of the region). "Make the Case" is, therefore, a challenge that students from all backgrounds can tackle.

Top teams will receive mentorship and the winners will deservedly be awarded substantial cash prizes ($120,000 in prize money).

To learn more, please visit 1) Our Competition Poster and 2) Our Competition Web Site;  3)  Social Media Kit

Registration until 10 April.   Submit Case Study by 30 April.

21 Feb 2022 - 30 Apr 2022
Venue: Conducted via ZOOM
10 Dec 2021 (Fri)
04:00 - 06:00pm
Venue: Online via Zoom
5 - 6 Nov 2021

 

 

1 Nov 2021 (Mon)
03:30 - 04:15pm
Speaker(s): Prof Daniel LYNCH and Dr Yuk Wah CHAN
Venue: Online via Zoom
23 Oct 2021 (Sat)
02:00 - 03:00pm
Speaker(s): Mr Paul QUINTOS and Ms Lermie Shayne Santos GARCIA
11 Oct 2021 (Mon)
03:30 - 05:00pm
Workshop
9 Oct 2021 (Sat)
09:30am - 12:30pm
Speaker(s): Mr CHAN Ka Lok, Mr Alexis Lucien Didier LEGGERI and Ms LIU Peng
13 Sep 2021 (Mon)
03:30 - 06:00pm