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Transdisciplinary Research Fellowship – Critical Zones, Sustainability, And Water

11 June - 21 June

We invite undergraduate students to this 2-week intensive fellowship on transdisciplinary research around Critical Zones*, sustainability, and water in Hong Kong.

Student fellows will learn:

  • Transdisciplinary research fundamentals– theories, methodologies, rationales, and impact.
  • Practices, interventions, & cultural assumptions around water and Hong Kong.
  • Creative and critical reading, viewing, sharing, and writing.

Through interactive activities, fieldwork, and mentorship, the fellowship will broaden students’ research imaginations, creativity, and flexibility, all essential for nurturing the next wave of thought leaders. The programme will involve visiting different sites around Hong Kong.

By the end of 2 weeks, all fellows are expected produce final drafts for journal publications and conference presentations. This free programme is ideal for students aspiring to pursue postgraduate research or consultancy and research-related careers. No prior training is required but students must possess strong writing skills.

We welcome undergraduate students from mainland and international universities to attend. Places are limited.

HKU (non-exchange) undergraduates will be entitled to a stipend of up to HK$3,000 after completing the programme and all assigned activities and will be eligible to claim two (2) non-graduating out-of-classroom academic credits (transcriptable).

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11 June
21 June
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The University of Hong Kong, with fieldwork in sites around Hong Kong


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