Fellows are academic staff with full-time teaching and research duties at their respective faculties. They are affiliated to but may not live in the College. SHEAC students have opportunities to meet and have close interaction with them in college events and activities, such as High Table Dinner, Master’s Tea, Master’s Dinner, seminars and workshops, as well as off-campus trips.

 

Faculty of Arts and Humanities (FAH)

Prof. Glenn Timmermans

Associate Professor
Research areas: history in European and China, Macao, Jewish history, the Holocaust, genocide and human rights
Personal interests: drama and theatre, music (classical and opera), art, literature (British and European), animals (dogs and horses)

Prof. Mario Wenning

Associate Professor

Research areas: social and political philosophy, intercultural philosophy, aesthetics

Personal interests: film, music, walking, biking, swimming, juggling

 

Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)

Prof. Lai Neng, Rose
Associate Professor of Finance
Associate Dean (Research & Development)
Research areas: option pricing models; risk management; real estate finance and economics; behavioral finance
Personal interests: painting, reading, playing tennis, cooking
  Dr. Joseph Sy-Changco
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Research areas: export marketing; organizational learning; consumer behavior
Dr. Zhang Yang, Brenda
Associate Professor in Business Economics
Research areas: economic dynamics; applied econometrics; Chinese economy
Personal interests: swimming, traveling
  Dr. Yap Tai Hong, Matthew
Assistant Professor in International Integrated Resort Management
Research areas: Human resources management; organization behavior; HIV/AIDS; food and wine; and education managementPersonal interests: food and wine, traveling, exercise, movies

 

Faculty of Education (FED)

Dr. Wang Ping Cheng, Dennis
Assistant Professor in Music/Music Education
Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, FEDHonors College Program Coordinator Research areas: music education; music assessment
Personal interests: reading, listening to music

 

Faculty of Science and Technology (FST)

Prof. Kou Kun Pang
Associate Professor
Head of Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Research areas: fracture mechanics; computational mechanics; structural integrity assessment; transportation engineering
Personal interests: singing, Chinese history
Prof. Kou Kit Ian, Anna
Associate Professor
Research areas: Fourier and linear canonical analysis; Quaternion and Clifford analysis ; complex analysis;  Shannon sampling theorems; time frequency analysis; signal and color image analysis
Personal interests: DIY products, traveling, music, aerobic
Prof. Lam Chi Chiu, Angus
Associate ProfessorAcademic Advisor of International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE)Research areas: Civil Structures Engineering

Personal interests: music, photography, traveling, sports

Mr. Miguel Comes Da Costa junior
Senior Instructor
Research areas: data mining; web mining; information retrieval; information systems; information visualization; knowledge managementPersonal interests: sports, especially volleyball and soccer, music, traveling, cooking and eating, chatting to people with good sense of humor
Mr. Wan Iat Meng, Walter
Senior Instructor
Research areas: urban travel demand analysis; public transport system; parking demand study; engineering approach for heritage conservation
Personal interests: biking, rocks and minerals collection, traveling, eco-hiking

 

Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS)

Prof. Newman M. K. Lam 
Associate Professor
Research areas: civil service reform in Macao; government intervention in the economy: Hong Kong, Macao and Singapore; public sector performance measurement: Hong Kong and Canada
Dr. Lam Iok Fong, Agnes
Associate Professor of CommunicationDirector of Center for Macau Studies
Research areas: history of press; media and society; media policy; Macau oral history; Macau literature
Personal interests: reading, writing, drinking coffee, listening to music, biking, chatting
  Dr. Brian J. Hall
Assistant Professor in PsychologyDirector, Global and Community Mental Health Research Group
Research areas: migration in Greater China, clinical psychology, public health, social determinants of health, global mental health, mental health stigma, mental health of Macau Chinese community

 

Institute of Chinese Medical Sciences (ICMS)

Prof. Simon Ming-Yuen Lee 
Professor
Research areas: biochemistry of cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases; molecular pharmacology of Chinese medicine; systems biology: genome, transcriptome, proteome and protein interaction network
Dr. Pui Man Hoi, Maggie
Associate Professor
Research areas: cardiovascular pharmacology; metabolic diseases; drug discovery and screening of Chinese medicine
Personal interests: traveling, painting, architecture