Distinguished Communication Alumni Award (DCAA)

Over the years, the School has been playing a significant role in nurturing communication professionals. To show our recognition towards their professional achievements and commitment to the industry/community, the School would like to take this opportunity to honour distinguished alumni, representing different disciplines and decades, over the past 50 years. Nominated alumni will be selected on top of the 40 alumni award recipients for the School’s 40th anniversary. The Award will be presented at the Gala Dinner to be held on 30 November, 2018.

Selection Criteria for DCAA

Candidates must be a graduate of the School of Communication (the then Department of Communication) of HKBU.

Candidates must:
  • have recognised professional achievements in the communication industry
  • have made contributions to the community or the alma mater

Criteria for Nominators

Nominators must belong to any ONE of the following groups of the School of Communication of HKBU.

  • an alumnus or alumna
  • a current or former part-time/full-time faculty or staff member
  • a member of the Course Advisory Committee

Each nominator can propose ONLY ONE nominee. The nominator can neither be the nominee himself/herself nor be a member of the Selection Committee.

Click here to download the DCAA Nomination Form.

DCAA 2018 Judges

Dr. Amen NG
Head of Corporate Communications & Standards
Radio Television Hong Kong

Ms. May CHAN
Honorary University Fellow of Hong Kong Baptist University

Mr. Sunny LUK
Renowned Film Director

Professor HUANG Yu
Associate Vice-President and Dean of School of Communication
Hong Kong Baptist University

Mr. C.K. LAU
Associate Dean of School of Communication
Hong Kong Baptist University

Professor Eva MAN
Chair Professor in Humanities and Director of Academy of Film of School of Communication
Hong Kong Baptist University

Professor Kineta HUNG
Head of Department of Communication Studies
Hong Kong Baptist University

Professor Alice LEE
Head of Department of Journalism
Hong Kong Baptist University