College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences

Research Volunteer Scheme

The CLASS Research Volunteer Scheme is a mechanism to provide rich opportunities for CLASS undergraduate students to participate in and conduct innovative research in faculty-led projects. The Scheme encourages inter-or cross-disciplinary collaborations among faculty and students in the College, and promotes diversity in disciplinary and methodological approaches for the benefits of society.

Faculty can recruit student research helpers by posting information of their on-going research projects on this online platform. Interested students can contact the Principal Investigator (PI) of a particular project and apply for the post directly. Students’ participation is entirely voluntary and the PI reserves the right to determine the student research helpers required and recruited. At the recommendation of the PIs, the College will issue Certificate of Appreciation to the participating student research helpers in recognition of their good work.

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Dyadic effects of stigma and discrimination on distress in patient-spouse dyads affected by HIV using the actor-partner interdependence model
Dr YU Xiaonan Nancy
Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences (SS)

To be closed by:
2021-06-30

Number of opening:
2
The cognitive process of choosing a response category in survey questionnaires
Dr CHEN Hui Fang
Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences (SS)

To be closed by:
2021-08-31

Number of opening:
2
The Political Economy of China’s involvements in Kazakhstan: state interests, social conflicts, and economic cooperation
Dr TJIA Yin Nor
Department of Asian and International Studies (AIS)

To be closed by:
2021-12-31

Number of opening:
3
Project KING
Dr YU Xiaonan Nancy
Department of Social and Behavioural Sciences (SS)

To be closed by:
2021-12-31

Number of opening:
10
Students’ language challenges/ coping strategies for studying at English medium instruction (EMI) universities and secondary schools in Hong Kong
Dr Jack Pun
Department of English (EN)

To be closed by:
2021-12-31

Number of opening:
10
Developing Effective Nursing Clinical Handover Communication: Improving Patient Safety Experiences and Outcomes
Dr Jack Pun
Department of English (EN)

To be closed by:
2021-12-31

Number of opening:
5
A pre-and post-test intervention design to develop a communication training model for practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine
Dr Jack Pun
Department of English (EN)

To be closed by:
2021-12-31

Number of opening:
5
Developing Effective Clinical Communication: Applying Research Findings to Improve Patient Safety, Experiences and Outcomes
Dr Jack Pun
Department of English (EN)

To be closed by:
2021-12-31

Number of opening:
4