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Emily Nason

Director of Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions, HKUST

Professor Emily Nason is the Director of Undergraduate Recruitment and Admissions at HKUST, responsible for furthering the University’s strategic objective to be a University of choice for talents, by proactively attracting and recruiting student talents of varied excellence to HKUST. She received her PhD in Human Resources and Organizational Behavior from UCLA and joined HKUST in 2005 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Management, where she also obtained her BBA degree. Prof Nason is well experienced in undergraduate education and has taken up various program leadership roles within the Business School and served on multiple university and external committees over the past 10 years. A passionate educator, Prof Nason believes the most important aspects in youth education are character building, instilling a passion in lifelong learning, and making positive impacts.

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South China Morning Post is a leading global news company that has reported on China and Asia for more than a century. Founded in 1903, SCMP is headquartered in Hong Kong, where it is the city’s newspaper of record, with a growing correspondent staff across Asia and the United States. SCMP's vision is to “Elevate Thought” and our mission is to “Lead the global conversation about China”. Additionally, SCMP publishes a portfolio of premium lifestyle and fashion titles in Hong Kong including Cosmopolitan,ELLE, Esquire and, Harper’s BAZAAR. SCMP is also home to Abacus, a digital news brand focused on China's tech industry; Inkstone, a daily news brief for those curious about China's growing impact around the world; and Goldthread, a content platform with a focus on food, travel and culture in China.