Advisory Committee Meeting
Group photo of members of the Board of Directors and College Administrative Committee
Board of Directors Members and Advisers Provide Valuable Opinions
The "1st Board of Directors Meeting" of Kiang Wu Nursing College of Macau (KWNC) for academic year 2016/2017 took place at the Main Campus on 30 November, 2016. The meeting was hosted by Chair Lau Veng Seng and other members including Vice-Chair Ung Hon Chao, Ho King Lun Kevin, António José de Freitas, Wan Nang Hon, Board Member Van Iat Kio, U Kin Cho, Lam In Nie and Vong Yeuk Lai were present in the meeting. Members of College Administrative Committee also attended the meeting. In the meeting, KWNC President Van Iat Kio first reported the major works of College, among which were recognized and appreciated by all board members. Meanwhile, different board members also provided valuable comments including strategies for statute modification, joint programme and student admission.
Immediately after the Board of Directors Meeting, a "Joint Meeting of the Advisory Committee and Boards of Directors of KWNC" was called. The meeting was hosted by Chair Lau Veng Seng, where other board members including Vice-Chair Ung Hon Chao, Ho King Lun Kevin, António José de Freitas, Wan Nang Hon, Board Member Van Iat Kio, Lam In Nie and Vong Yeuk Lai were present. Advisers including Leong Heng Teng, Sou Chio Fai, Zhao Wei, Zhou Li Gao, Leong Iok Wa, Wong Kit Cheng, Tong Chi Kin, Ho Sio Kam, Lau Sin Peng, Lo Siu Ha, Lo Chio Kam, Lee Ka Po and Hu Xiao Xia as well as student Sit Ka Fai and other teachers were also present in the meeting. In the meeting, Chair Lau Veng Seng and President Van Iat Kio first reported to the attendants the progress of College's Institutional Quality Audit and Programme Review, followed by the status of several works including talent nurturing, teacher development as well as research and outputs applications. All board members and advisers were impressed and appreciated the efforts KWNC has been spending on teaching, research and social service. During the discussion session, board members and advisers have provided numerous valuable comments on the opening of new programme and the integration of teaching, research and social service.