The HKBU Library Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research was established in 2014 by the Library to support and encourage undergraduate research at the University.
An award of HK$3,000 will be given annually to an undergraduate student for a research paper or project that demonstrates outstanding research skills using Library resources.
For details, please visit this site.
Award Winners from 2017
The Filipino Community in New York from 1898 to 1946 – In search of the Promised Land, Michelle Vanessa Wang Chan
洪武女官制度之互利性, Chunmei Tan
Award Winners from 2016
A Climate Change Research Study - City of Jinan, Wing Sum Cheung
A Critique Review of the ‘China Threat Theory’, Yin Jackie Keung
The Role of Power Plays in the Syrian Crisis, Tung Yui Li
論葉燮《原詩》中的「正變」發展觀, Chun Ho Wong
Award Winners from 2015
Piercing the Corporate Veil, Chun Leung Lam
Talking the Talk with a “Grand Strategy” or Walking the Walk with a “Comprehensive Approach”: the Common Security and Defence Policy of the European Union as an Effective Pan-European and International Security Actor After Lisbon – Why Supranationalism Fails (in the Case of Libya)?, Yu Wai Wong
Award Winners from 2014
Comparative Authentication of Three “Snow Lotus” Herbs by Macroscopic and Microscopic Features, Qilei Chen, Tao Yi, Yina Tang, Lai Lai Wong, Xiaoxuan Huang, Zhongzhen Zhao, and Hubiao Chen
Capitalism, Ecological Crisis and the End of History, Ching Lok Tse