Newsletter No. 463

463 • 19.9.2015 1 463 19 • 09 • 2015 編見 飯堂和校巴站出現的長龍,與邵逸夫堂出現的開學典禮行列一樣,都說明暑假結束,新學 年正式開始。 雖說暑假漫長,大學其實是全年無休。你看多少學生從外地實習服務回來,興奮談着今夏 所見所感。各種迎新活動,都由校方與學生組織在暑假早作安排。和聲書院的大型籌款 活動,在7、8月更是籌備得如火如荼。飯堂趁機維修洗灶,設計新餐單;老師也忙於規劃 新課程,更新教學內容。在中大唸書、做研究、教書、參與行政,一路走來升任副校長的 潘偉賢教授,對這種作息節奏應知之甚詳。今期《通訊》有其專訪。 學校領導層的聘任,是大眾關注所在。教育學院關譽綱教授對中學校長的選聘向有研究, 本期「洞明集」請得她簡述一下箇中巧妙。 Editorially Speaking The lines inside cafeterias and at the bus-stops, like the procession at the Inauguration Ceremony, are signs that summer is over and a new academic year has begun. The summer holidays may seem long to some, but business went on as usual on campus. Students after service and internships abroad are back, excitedly relating their summer experiences. Orientation activities were being planned and prepared by the University and student organizations. The large fundraising event reached the height of its preparation in July and August at Lee Woo Sing College. Canteens made use of the break to fix and clean, and design new menus. Teachers, too, were busy developing new courses and renewing the curriculum. Prof. Poon Wai-yin, who has been student, researcher, teacher and administrator at CUHK should be familiar with the campus’s seasonal rhythms. She talks to the Newsletter in this issue. The hiring of educational leaders is the concern of all members in society. Prof. Paula Kwan of the Faculty of Education will discuss her research on the eligibility and hiring of secondary school principals in the column ‘ In Plain View ’ . 目錄 CONTENTS 2 特寫 Feature 秋之奏鳴曲 Autumn Sonata 4 洞明集 In Plain View 5 . . . 校園消息 Campus News 6 字裏高科 Tech Talks 6 寶健保健 Wealth In Health 7 到任同仁 Newly Onboard 8 口談實錄 Viva Voce Photo by ISO staff 籌籌款 跳跳舞 Shall we dance? 從數學系學生到副校長 (頁8) From math student to Pro-Vice-Chancellor ( p. 8 ) 一眾社會名人為慈善在「九五之尊」籌款晚會粉墨登場:林海涵先生(左一)、李麗娟女士(左三)、簡福飴夫人(左五)、黃宜弘博士(左八)、唐尤淑圻女士 (右八)、陳羅寶靈女士(右六)、曾玉芳女士(右四)及彭韻僖女士(右二)。(頁2) A host of celebrities took to the stage at the fundraiser ‘An Evening with the Best of the Best’: Mr. Andrew H.H. Lam (1st left), Ms. Shelley Lee (3rd left), Mrs. Stella Kan (5th left), Dr. Philip Wong (8th left), Mrs. Susan Tang (8th right), Mrs. Pauline Chan (6th right), Ms. Elly Tsang (4th right) and Ms. Melissa Pang (2nd right). (p.2)