Since 1998, Dr Lee Shiu and Dr Jennie Mui Lee have sponsored and initiated various leadership programmes with several universities in Hong Kong. Organised by Chung Chi College (Chinese University of Hong Kong)and co-hosted by NUS University Scholars Programme (USP), the 2018 Lee Shiu Summer Programme is a three-week programme involving 80 committed and outstanding students from Hong Kong, mainland China, Singapore and the US. The 2018 programme will focus on the theme "Global Citizen – The Future You in 20 Years" and will explore the following five areas:
• Leadership and Global Outlook• Entrepreneurship and Innovation• Social Responsibility and Community Service• Green Living and Sustainable Development• Adaptability and Resilience
More information HERE.
Students from the National University of Singapore (NUS) University Scholars Programme (USP) are organising the Singapore leg of the fourth Asian Undergraduate Summit (AUS) from 15 to 23 July 2018, with the overarching summit theme of “Leadership in a Complex World: Taking on Diffused Responsibilities”.
Asia’s societal challenges are so large-scale, complex and widespread that the responsibility for tackling them is diffused across all members of society. Too often, individuals experience an inertia to act. AUS 2018 thus aims to equip participants with the knowledge and skills to respond to diffused responsibilities with purposeful action. The Singapore leg will focus on the sub-theme of creating inclusive spaces to explore how individuals can take on diffused responsibilities by creating inclusive spaces through human-centred design.
More information at AUS 2018 website.