Dr Cheung, Lisa Mei Ling 張美玲
Dr Lisa Cheung is currently involved in the teaching of undergraduate English enhancement courses across faculties such as Arts, Dentistry, and Law. She is the Programme Coordinator for all English courses for the Faculty of Dentistry, and has various collaborative projects with the Faculty. She is also actively involved in postgraduate teaching : MAAL dissertation supervision, MAAL and Graduate School courses. She has expertise in Corpus Linguistics, with well-received papers at numerous international and national conferences and journals. She also serves on the Centre’s Programme Coordination Committee, PDES Committee, and MAAL Committee, as well as the University's Committee on English Language Enhancement Programmes.
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2009-06-01||Finalist (“Highly commended”), Christopher Brumfit Ph.D./Ed.D. Thesis Award 2009: Sponsored by Cambridge University Press and the journal Language Teaching||Research Achievement|
|2009-11-01||Winner, Outstanding Oral Presentation Award.: The 6th International Conference on PBL in Dentistry, 13th – 15th November, 2009, Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.||Research Achievement|
|2010-05-01||Winner, Travel Award for CELC Symposium 2010: CELC Symposium 2010, 26th -28th May, 2010, National University of Singapore, Singapore.||Research Achievement|
|Term Period||Position||Professional Societies|
|09/2007 - 2009||Editorial Board||Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language|
|07/2012 - present||Ordinary Member||HKU Foundation|
|09/2007 - 2009||Book Review Editor||Birmingham Journal of Literature and Language|
|2015||Reviewer||Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics|
|Applied research project (non-funded)||“An evaluation of the custom-made electronic platform for self-reflections in the English enhancement courses for the Faculty of Dentistry”, non-funded project, (2009-2010), Centre for Applied English Studies, the University of Hong Kong.|
|Principal Investigator and Grant Holder||“A pilot English in the Major project with the Faculty of Dentistry”, Teaching Development Grant (HK$274,305), (2008-2010), the University of Hong Kong.|
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