USJ’s Institute of Science and Environment continues a series of public lectures on the sustainability of aquatic ecosystems and water resources
Since 2015, the Institute of Science and Environment (ISE) has been promoting the preservation and sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems through a series of lectures and talks open to the community.
Maggie, Wong Chi Wai (BBA Year 4) and Kayla, Ng Hoi Tong (BDC Year 3), were awarded Macau Jockey Club Charity Scholarship.
DLCRE successfully concluded its series of Public Lectures on "A spotlight on what works in education"
The third of three Public lectures organised by the Domingos Lam Centre for Research in Education and delivered by Prof. Keith Morrison on “A spotlight on what works in education”, was held on the 17th of November 2020.
Domingos Lam Centre for Research in Education partnership project GEG Chinese Literacy Development Scheme held a Teacher Training at the USJ
The “Basic Teacher Training” session conducted by the GEG Chinese Literacy Development Scheme was successfully held at the USJ on the 31st of October 2020.
Twelve students of the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) competed in the 3rd “Macao Universities KOM E-sports Games” on the 12th of November 2020.
USJ awarded for outstanding performance at the “Galaxy Entertainment Group Macau Cup – The 12th Youth National Knowledge Competition” finals on the 12th of November 2020.
A series of field trips to the local wetland ecosystems were organised by the ISE/USJ in the months of October to November this year, with the aim to promote the value of freshwater and brackish/marine ecosystems to the community.
USJ Participated in Virtual Conference “Online Internationalisation: Meeting the Challenge of Student Mobility in a Global Pandemic”
USJ’s PIRO and OSAA attended a virtual conference organised by HKU, HKBU, SJTU and HKUST on the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic, approaches to tackling and turning those challenges into opportunities, and the future of internationalisation.
In times of change and ambiguity, this year’s BODW is curated on the theme VISION 20/21 and is about finding clarity in uncertainty.
A group of USJ students and professors participated in the Sands China’s Sustainability Tour at the Venetian in Cotai, last November 13, 2020.
“Selected Works 2020” is the name of the exhibition opened to the public at the Creative Macao gallery, from 6 to 21 November.